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Sams Teach Yourself Microsoft Windows Vista All in One

Sams Teach Yourself Microsoft Windows Vista All in One
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Vista is the brave new world of Microsoft Windows computing, and with it, what once was old, is new again. In just a short time, Sams Teach Yourself Windows Vista All in One will have you up and running with this new, must-have Windows operating system.

 

Using a straightforward, step-by-step approach, each lesson builds upon a real-world foundation forged in both technology and everyday user scenarios, allowing you to learn the essentials of Windows Vista from the ground up. If you’re a pro or a newcomer to Windows, you have in your hands the book you need to make the most of Vista with the least effort possible.

 

Step-by-step instructions carefully walk you through the most common questions, issues, and tasks, and you’ll learn the extra under-the-hood features that enable you to leverage Windows even more.

 

Learn how to…

 

•        Do more with Windows Vista in less time

•        Quickly start using Vista’s new user interface like a pro

•        Leverage the power of Vista’s new Aero graphics

•        Keep often-used tools and utilities handy by adding Gadgets to your new Windows Sidebar

•        Manage your digital picture library with Windows Photo Gallery

•        Utilize Vista’s Explorer windows to quickly get to data you need

•        Master Vista’s new Instant Search feature, so your files no longer get lost in the shuffle

•        Use the new Windows Media Player 11 to manage both your music and video collections

•        Automate routine Windows tasks so your computer works while you sleep

•        Improve security with Vista’s state-of-the-art Windows Defender

•        Easily optimize your disk’s files and folders and configure your home network

•        Protect your valuable data with Vista’s Backup and Restore Center

•        Surf the ’Net with tabbed browsing, manage RSS feeds, and more, using the new Internet Explorer 7

 

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