This chapter closed out your look at Windows 98 multimedia by looking at various audio features. After some audio background, including coverage of the various audio formats and codecs that Windows 98 supports, I showed you how to install the PC Speaker driver, play audio files, adjust the volume, assign sounds to events, and record new audio files.
Here's a list of chapters where you'll find related information:
For a more general look at hardware and device drivers, see Chapter 10, “Getting the Most Out of Device Manager and Hardware Profiles.”
I introduced you to the Registry and the Registry Editor in Chapter 12, “Getting to Know the Windows 98 Registry.”
Audio plays a big part in video clips. I told you all about Windows 98 video in ...