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Windows 8.1 for Dummies, Pocket Edition

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The bestselling tech book of all time, now updated for Windows 8Microsoft Windows is the operating system that runs nearly 90 percent of the world's computers. Windows 8 will offer new interface updates, cloud-based services, and much more. This update of Andy Rathbone's bestselling Windows guide covers all the basics, plus the enhancements unique to Windows 8. Whether you ...more
ebook, 144 pages
Published September 17th 2012 by For Dummies
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Tanya Hakala
I gave up on this book. I got a few useful bits of information from what I read, but couldn't stand his condescending writing style. I'm glad I took the book out from the library instead of spending money on it.
Adrienna
Ever since I did the upgrade to .1 in October, I notice minor issues on my computer that has come from the upgrade. So I want to see how this book can assist with these issues or addresses them. I also wanted to learn more than I already experimented or tried on my own since I purchased computer last year with Windows 8.

I tried to do the "create a password reset disk" and no wizard popped up and attempted three or four times. Nothing (nada)! I wanted to do this just in case as a backup plan for
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Kimberly Onnen
This was a great book. I actually bought the bundle so that I could watch the DVD prior to my new laptop with Windows 8.1. I used the book more as a reference once I was trying to figure out how to find things after the computer showed up.
Marianne Kirwan
Jan 29, 2015 Marianne Kirwan rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: People upgrading to a Windows 8.1 computer
Shelves: reference
This was a great reference when I upgraded to a Windows 8.1 computer. I would recommend it.
Lynda
Helpful hints but index is difficult to use. Better as a reference than to read all through.
Kristina Forsha
Oct 19, 2014 Kristina Forsha rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Everyone who owns a computer or phone with Windows 8.1.
Recommended to Kristina by: Self
This was a great book for people who want to know how to operate on Windows 8.1 operating system.
Tony
Would be more helpful for someone with a smattering of computer experience. Rathbone as always presents material in a clear understandable manner.
Carla
Well, I was sure that windows 8/8.1 was the worst system ever, but now I can use it and make it work for me. I learned some tricks that I probably should have known with earlier windows versions and I was able to troubleshoot some problems that were vexing me. So all in all a very useful book!
Sharryn
Riveting!!! NOT but the only way I can think of to learn how to use my new laptop.
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