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The Windows Vista Book: The Step-By-Step Book for Doing the Things You Need Most in Vista
Screenshots are pretty much clear, but in that places where they're not you can always find written explanations. As for me, then need to say that I never use, say, Microsoft Outlook, but at my work we have Outlook server in other country, that is why we need to use it. So it was really handy to take a look at new features and get quick start on this program and see it's hidden possibilities. Other build-in programs you may consider not to use, but I'm sure sometime you would like to see what every program can offer to you.
Almost on every page you can find small FAQ where given an answers to the most popular question or just small troubleshoot list. Explanations in book are pretty clear and will be easy even for children who just starting with Vista operating system. Book is printed on good quality paper with nice color combination of white-black-blue, user-friendly table of content and information order.
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Book will be also very helpful for people who consider themselves as "lazy" and would like to study information visually on examples rather they read tens of pages for one simple explanation. Anyway, I'm sure you will have many hours of fun with this book, cause it's easy to read and it provides the most recent and important information "visually". One person found this helpful. It covers just about everything that you can think of regarding this version of Windows and is presented with diagramatic step by step guides on how to perform all the different tasks. Definitely not heavy reading but a book that even the beginner would understand.
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It is also a great learning tool. For me the best book that you can get on Windows Vista. See all 6 reviews.
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This volume cuts through all the technical jargon and gives readers exactly what they want: Paperback , pages. Published April 18th by Peachpit Press first published April 18th To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about The Windows Vista Book , please sign up. Be the first to ask a question about The Windows Vista Book. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. When I bought my laptop, it came with Windows Vista, which I'd never even heard of before!
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It doesn't change the fact that Vista had significant problems as an operating system. I can't give the book more than three stars because I'm not recommending it. There is no good reason to get Vista, and for those that have it, there is every reason to install a better OS. One person found this helpful 2 people found this helpful. Each generation of Windows just gets more and more complicated. I go gack to Windows 3. While I didn't need this book to get up and running, it did help me to fine tune my system and, for that alone, it's worth the price. Just what I needed.
Lots of good information. A must have if you are running a windows vista OS. This covers all Editions. I'm not new to Vista, but this book took care of a few issues I had with vista. One person found this helpful.
This book is a good guide to the Vista operating system for someone with only a smattering of knowledge about the subject. It's clearly written in a rational manner, so I liked it a lot. Expect an occasional exasperating experience when you find the Vista coding has been changed since the book was written.
I had to keep reminding myself that the atrocious features of the Vista system are not the fault of the book--it only reports what the system is doing. Just about the Bible of Window P C's. I needed answers to a couple of questions and this book helped me with that. I found Vista pretty self explanatory but their is always more to learn.