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Windows Vista; the definitive guide.


Windows Vista; the definitive guide.

Stanek, William R.

O'Reilly Media, Inc.


922 pages




Rather than focusing on a particular user level and presenting a cookbook approach, Stanek, a veteran programmer/author of some 60 computer books, explains how the features of the new Microsoft Vista operating system work and how to make the most of them. He covers basic and advanced features, from setting up and customizing to using the accessories that come with Vista (e.g., Speech Recognition, Sticky Notes) and navigating policy changes for Vista and the Explorer 7 Web browser. The book includes desktop tips and tricks, and free trial access to the online edition.

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Date:Mar 1, 2008
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