Windows 7 Simplified (Google eBook)

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John Wiley & Sons, Jul 12, 2011 - Computers - 272 pages
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This full color book uses the Visual approach to cover the new features of Windows 7 and provide step-by-step instructions for readers who are entirely new to the subject. Inside readers will find tasks on topics such as: Windows 7 basics, creating movies, sharing their computer, working with and managing files, browsing the Web, and new ways to customize Windows to work for them. This book covers the new features of Windows 7, including: the interface and the new and improved Internet Explorer. A more sophisticated interior appeals to a wide ranging audience who will appreciate the colorful images and easy to follow instructions.
  

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Windows 7 Simplified

User Review  - mrstandme - Overstock.com

I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who is a visual person, which I am. It may be particularly helpful for "seniors" who are trying to negotiate their way around a computer. Lots of pictures and easy to understand language! ... Read full review

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this is good book to understand the window 7

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Paul McFedries is the author of numerous books on Windows, including Complete Idiot's Guide to Windows XP, Unauthorized Guide to Windows Me, Complete Idiot's Guide to Windows Me, Complete Idiot's Guide to Windows 2000, Unauthorized Guide to Windows 98, Complete Idiot's Guide to Windows 98, Windows 98 Unleashed, and Windows 95 Unleashed.

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