Windows 7 Secrets
Tips, tricks, treats, and secrets revealed on the latest operating system from Microsoft: Windows 7You already know the ups and downs of Windows Vista-now it's time to learn the ins and outs of Windows 7! Internationally recognized Windows experts, Microsoft insiders, and authors Paul Thurrott and Rafael Rivera cut through the hype to pull away the curtain and reveal usefu...more
ebook, 1080 pages
Published August 31st 2009 by John Wiley & Sons
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Fantastic book. Paul Thurott is an IT superstar has a Windows Weekly podcast with Leo Laporte that I listen to on a weekly basis in ITunes. I keep these books as reference material. He digs into alot of the hidden features in Windows 7 and this is a good book for beginners, intermediate and advanced users.
Windows 7 represents a major update of the Windows operating system and as with any major update there can be significant changes to the user’s experience. Windows 7 is no exception. Many people stayed away from Windows Vista, so this jump to 7 is bigger than those who experiences Vista. Windows 7’s interface and operations build upon the work that was done to create Vista. This book will benefit those making the more difficult jump from XP to 7, helping introduce the OS to users in a fairly str...more
Jul 17, 2010 Eman rated it 5 of 5 stars · review of another edition Recommends it for: everyone likes computers
Recommended to Eman by: some people at Amazon.com
I have just read about two chapters of the book or more. It is like a wonderful journey. I like its clear and sweet language, its photos, and its explanations of everything useful. I wish I can finish it with its ten hundred pages. However, every chapter stands alone and doesn't connect to the previous one so you can read what chapter you want ( it seems like there are many books in one book ). Thumbs up!
Paul Brian Thurrott is a technology reporter, published author, podcaster, and the news editor for Windows IT Pro Magazine. He regularly writes reviews for beta and completed Microsoft products, such as Windows 7 and Windows Vista. He is the host of Windows Weekly on TWiT.TV with Leo Laporte, a podcast attracting over 80,000 downloads for each episode.More about Paul Thurrott...