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The Complete Idiot's Guide to Microsoft Windows 7 (Complete Idiot's Guides)by Paul Mcfedries
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For Windows® users, 7 might just be their lucky number
This guide offers a smoother transition for users moving from an older version to Windows® 7. Along with simple step-by-step instructions and numerous useful examples, readers will learn how to: use new tools; find applications and files instantly; navigate efficiently; use wizards and dialogue boxes better; use the improved Windows firewall; get the most out of the new Explorer; and use the many new options.
?More than 90% of new Intel-based PCs?by far the dominant type?ship with Windows pre-installed
?Many users soon must update, with Microsoft no longer supporting XP after 2009
?Author teaches basic skills to newcomers and is widely recognized as an expert on Windows
Aimed at nonprofessionals, this idiot's guide covers the new Windows "Millennium" features, including personalized menus, the latest version of Internet Explorer and Outlook Express, MSN Messenger Server, networking, digital cameras and scanners.
If you one day sit down at your desk to discover Windows Millennium installed on your computer, you're going to want some guidance on how to use it. The Complete Idiot's Guide to Windows Millennium is aimed at people who, through no fault of their own, have ended up with Microsoft's latest consumer operating system. Computers are now an integral part of many people's lives, but that doesn't mean every user is an expert. This book uses a light, irreverent tone that engages your interest and has a little fun at Windows Millennium's expense. All the new Windows Millennium features are covered, including personalized menus, the latest version of Internet Explorer and Outlook Express, MSN Messenger Server, networking, digital camera and scanners and more.
About the Author
Paul McFedries is a technical writer who has been programming computers since he was a teenager in the mid-1970s. He has a degree in mathematics and has authored more than 60 computer books that have sold more than three million copies, including The Complete Idiot's Guide(r) to Microsoft Windows(r) Vista.
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