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The perfect plain-English guide to the much-anticipated release of Windows 7,'Windows 7 For Dummies' answers all questions about the interface adjustmentsand all the new tools in Windows 7. Expert author Rathbone walks readers stepby step through the most common Windows 7 tasks. Windows 7 stuff everybody thinks you already know -- What is Windows 7? -- The desktop, start menu, taskbar, gadgets, and other Windows 7 mysteries -- Basic Windows mechanics -- Flipping through files, folders, flash drives, libraries, and CDs -- Working with programs and files -- Playing with programs and documents -- Briefly lost, but quickly found -- Printing your work -- Getting things done on the internet -- Cruising the web -- Sending and receiving e-mail -- Safe computing -- Customizing and upgrading Windows 7 -- Customizing Windows 7 with the control panel -- Keeping Windows from breaking -- Sharing one computer with several people -- Connecting computers with a network -- Music, movies, memories (and photos, too) -- Playing and copying music in Media Player -- Fiddling with photos and movies -- Help! -- The case of the broken window -- Strange messages: when what you did does not compute -- Moving from an old computer to a new Windows 7 PC -- Help on the Windows 7 help system -- The part of tens -- Ten or so things you'll hate about Windows 7 (and how to fix them) -- Ten or so tips for laptop owners
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Andy Rathbone is the author of a number of ...for Dummies books about Microsoft Windows as well as other computing books.
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