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Windows Vista Secrets

Windows Vista Secrets by Paul Thurrott, ISBN: 9780470242001
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ISBN: 9780470242001
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Published: 31 October, 2008
Format: Paperback
Links Australian Libraries (Trove)
Editions: 1 other edition of this product

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Windows Vista Secrets

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  • Follows the highly successful first edition with over 25% more content, including extensive coverage of the latest update, Service Pack 1 * Addresses a huge market of consumers eager to learn about hidden gems and secrets in Vista and SP1 * Covers features that are not disclosed in Microsoft's books or help files * A highly connected and qualified author has gathered information from an extensive network of Windows beta testers and thousands of readers, as well as conducted his own experiments on the new OS * New chapters cover personalizing and configuring Vista, networking, Zune, Vista and ultra-mobile PCs, Windows Home Server, and many more new topics
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