Getting StartED with Windows 7

  • Authors
  • Joseph Moran
  • Kevin Otnes

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xx
  2. Joseph Moran, Kevin Otnes
    Pages 1-32
  3. Joseph Moran, Kevin Otnes
    Pages 33-55
  4. Joseph Moran, Kevin Otnes
    Pages 57-86
  5. Joseph Moran, Kevin Otnes
    Pages 87-122
  6. Joseph Moran, Kevin Otnes
    Pages 123-166
  7. Joseph Moran, Kevin Otnes
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  8. Joseph Moran, Kevin Otnes
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  9. Joseph Moran, Kevin Otnes
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  10. Joseph Moran, Kevin Otnes
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  11. Joseph Moran, Kevin Otnes
    Pages 335-378
  12. Back Matter
    Pages 379-395

About this book

Introduction

Windows 7 is the best release of Windows yet. It’s easier to use, more fun, and is a worthwhile jump from Windows XP and Windows Vista. Getting Started with Windows 7 is written for new and experienced computer users alike, to help them use Windows 7 AND have fun! This book:

  • Provides an easy-to-read style and tone without overwhelming technical jargon.
  • Walks through common and uncommon tasks with step-by-step procedures, including over 300 screen shots and figures.
  • Includes ExplainED, AdvancED, and LinkED tips for additional explanations, handy tips, and related information.
  • Explains how to protect yourself and your computer with User Accounts, Security, Backup and Recovery, and good practices.
  • Helps you move from earlier versions of Windows to Windows 7, by exploring the improved navigation and desktop, personalization features, and easy migration from an older computer using the Windows Easy Transfer.
  • Explains how to set up your own Home Network to share files, storage, printers, and Internet access between Windows 7, Windows XP, and Windows Vista computers. connect Windows 7 computers with each other using HomeGroup.

If you’ve made the jump from Windows XP or Vista, or you are considering it, Getting Started with Windows 7 is your guide to success with Windows.

Keywords

Desktop Internet Navigation Windows 7 Windows Vista Windows XP computer security technology

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