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...
|Title||:||The Complete Idiot's Guide to Microsoft Windows 7|
|Publisher||:||Alpha Original edition October 6, 2009|
|Number of Pages||:||368 pages|
|File Size||:||585 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
The Complete Idiot's Guide to Microsoft Windows 7 Reviews
Having recently purchased a new computer with Windows Seven installed, I needed to bring myself up to speed using this operating system. It is vastly different from WIndows XP Pro, with which I was fairly proficient. This is the best way to do so, short of a class, that I know of. You can either go through the whole book and learn a little at a time, or cut directly to those items you need to know as soon as possible. Like other Operating System books Mr. McFedries has written, it cuts right to what you need to know and skips the hype and hoopla so common to other books of the genre. If I could only have ONE book about this operating system, I would take this one. Far and away, it is the best I have come across, and I recommend it without reservation.
This book is useful, informative with lots of information on windows 7 operating system. A lot of information, of course, is the same information that applies to all the previous operating systems and books.
The series of "Complete Idiot's Guide"books are written on a beginner's level, which. in most cases makes sense. The book was helpful, but I feel that in many cases the author oversimplifies descriptions and in some instances fails to use enough pictured steps to bring across the "evolution" of the overall "Windows"platform. I feel that overall, the author does an above average of explaining Microsoft's Windows 7.
I was glad to find out some hidden secrets in Windows that I had not known about. If you want to be able to use your computer to do more things, then this is the book for you.
I upgraded from windows XP and thought I needed this book. But windows 7 was very easy to understand so I did not use it for the upgrade. When after a while I needed to understand how to do something, it was not in the book.
Had to get this book to understand WIndows 7 and how to use things on the computer, easy to read and good directions it gives would recommend to others, thank you.
THIS BOOK HAD SOME ANSWERS I NEEDED SO BADLY AND I'M THANKFUL FOR THE HELP, WHICH I OFTEN NEED!