This chapter introduced you to Windows 98's hardware features. I showed you how to work with Device Manager to view devices, print a system report, and view device properties. You also saw how to use Device manager to change drivers, adjust device settings and resources, and create hardware profiles.
I deal with hardware issues in plenty of other locations in this book. Here's a list of those places:
I discuss the Add New Hardware Wizard as well as specific devices in Chapter 11, “Device Advice: Dealing with Devices in Windows 98.”
The Device Manager gets all its hardware info from the Registry. To see where this valuable data is stored, see Chapter 12, “Getting to Know the Windows 98 Registry.”
I cover printers in Chapter 21, “Prescriptions ...