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by John Levine,Margaret Levine Young

Download Windows Vista: The Complete Reference (Complete Reference Series) eBook
ISBN:
0072263768
Author:
John Levine,Margaret Levine Young
Category:
Operating Systems
Language:
English
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Education; 1 edition (April 3, 2007)
Pages:
733 pages
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Margaret Levine Young is a software engineer andthe bestselling author or coauthor of several computer books, including Internet: The Complete Reference.

Margaret Levine Young is a software engineer andthe bestselling author or coauthor of several computer books, including Internet: The Complete Reference.

Margaret Levine Young is a software engineer and the bestselling author or coauthor of several computer books, including Internet: The Complete Reference. John R. Levine is the bestselling author or coauthor of several books, including Windows XP: The Complete Reference.

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The Ultimate Windows Vista Resource

Take full advantage of the high-performance features available in Microsoft Windows Vista and experience the power of this integrated, next-generation operating system. Windows Vista: The Complete Reference shows you how to install and configure Windows Vista for optimal performance, customize the streamlined new desktop, display sidebars and gadgets, and enjoy all the entertainment capabilities, including music, movies, and games.

Find out how to manage your files, install software and hardware, and use the latest Internet technologies. You'll also learn to secure your system, back up and restore your files, and set up a Local Area Network (LAN) so you can share resources. Filled with clear screenshots and detailed explanations, this is your one-stop guide to mastering Windows Vista.

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  • Xtani
The knowledge in this book is "almost there."

I purchased "Windows Vista: The Complete Reference" to familiarize myself with Vista since I do not have a Vista machine but needed the knowledge for work. I had used the XP Reference book and found it very informative.

Prior to purchasing this book I purchased another Vista book published by Que: "Using Microsoft Windows Vista." Having started the Que book first I naturally compared the two. The XP Reference book leaves out some very important information on file encryption.

If you are a casual user of Vista, this book is written in a simple, user friendly manner and should suffice. A more advanced user should purchase the Que book.
  • VAZGINO
I've worked with WINDOWS for my entire 7 years working with PCs and I've always found these folks to be able to meet my reference needs consistently and concisely. The set-up of their books is logical and easy to use. I'm by no means a computer whiz or geek, and my troubled and faulty mind occasionally needs help in dealing with WINDOWS, especially after getting comfy with XP and previous versions. For some reason, despite the obvious user-friendly changes in VISTA, my poor feeble brain resists grasping a fair amount of changes easily (just chalk it up to my age & unwillingness to change) Anyway, this book & it's previous incarnations are the mainstay of my PC references and I recommend them without hesitation.
  • HeonIc
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