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  • Author:
    Paul McFedries
  • ISBN:
    0470503866
  • ISBN13:
    978-0470503867
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  • Publisher:
    Visual; 1 edition (September 15, 2009)
  • Pages:
    352 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Hardware & DIY
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  • Rating:
    4.9
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Seasoned author Paul McFedries walks you through the basics and beyond of Windows 7 in a straightforward manner.

Teach yourself visually Microsoft® Windows® 7. The fast and easy way to learn. I would advise that this book be used more as a reference guide rather than a book you would tell someone to read from front to back

Teach yourself visually Microsoft® Windows® 7. TeachYourself Visually. I would advise that this book be used more as a reference guide rather than a book you would tell someone to read from front to back. For example, if there is a particular thing that you would like to achieve with your Windows 7 computer, you would look in the index of the book and jump to that section for a visual step-by-step guide on how to perform that task.

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Seasoned author Paul McFedries walks you through the basics and beyond of Windows 7 in a straightforward manner.

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The experienced author Paul McFedries go you the basics and beyond of Windows 7 in a simple way.

More than 150 tasks are accompanied by full-color screen shots as they guide you to become a confident user of Windows 7.

A practical guide for visual learners who are eager to get started with Windows 7

Windows 7 is Microsoft's highly anticipated operating system used by millions of people around the world. If you're a visual learner and are new to Windows 7, then this book is an ideal introduction to the new features of this operating system. Seasoned author Paul McFedries walks you through the basics and beyond of Windows 7 in a straightforward manner.

You'll discover how to install and repair programs, maintain your system, set up password-protected accounts, load images from a digital camera, play music and other media files, secure Internet and e-mail accounts, and much more. More than 150 tasks are accompanied by full-color screen shots as they guide you to becoming a confident user of Windows 7.

Experienced author Paul McFedries walks you through Microsoft's eagerly awaited new operating system: Windows 7 Clear and succinct explanations, step-by-step instructions, and full-color screen shots take you through the newest features of Windows 7 More than 150 Windows 7 tasks show you the basics and beyond, including installing and repairing programs, maintaining your system, loading images from a digital camera, and more

This book is essential if you are a visual learner who is enthusiastic about diving in and exploring all that Windows 7 has to offer!


Jairani
I got this book thinking it would have some decent Windows 7 information that was at least an intro to intermediate guide. However, I must say I was kind of surprised at how basic the book truly is. When I say basic, I mean it. It covers things like how to enter text in text boxes, mouse basics, etc. There is very little here that is really dedicated to Windows 7 specific features as most of the book is taken up with just basic computer learning skills for those that have never used a computer OS before or Windows. If you already know how to use Windows XP or Vista and have more knowledge than just beginner skills, you will find the book to be down right mind numbing because it covers nothing of significant use.

The positives I will say about this book is it is one of, if not the best in terms of the color guides for showing information and getting its point across in an easy to understand fashion. This book truly is "visual" and has many photos and examples that are well done. If you are truly a newbie to computers or you are wanting to give this book to someone that is for learning basic computer skills, then this book would be just fine. It fits very well for those that have never used a computer OS before or even perhaps someone that is older and wanting to learn how to use a computer that is Windows 7 based.
Siratius
It's true what some say about this book being very basic, which is what many people want. I've had my Windows 7 computer for a few years now and decided to scan through this book, and review all my old notes. There's still a few things I learned in this book that was worth the money and time. BTW I bought it used for a few dollars. I'll only mention 2 or 3 things I learned that made the book worth it for me. Since I already had my computer for some time, some people may laugh at the basic things I didn't know or practice using :-( One of the things that I semi knew about but never really used was the TAGS for all your files. Not until I read this book did I realize how important TAGS are. E.g., when you write a document and save it, months or years later, you may forget what you used for a title and it gets misplaced. By using the title and important KEY WORDS on your TAGS makes it much easier to find your file in the future.

I love music so music is important to me. I didn't know till reading this book that you're able to rip a CD using 192 kbps (highest quality). By default, your computer is set to 128 kbps. I deleted many of my songs and changed it to (highest quality). I also didn't know that Windows Media Player comes with a built in EQUALIZER.

Another thing I didn't know how to do that was driving me crazy, even after I tried to get advice from the HELP menu, was how to organize in alphabetical order your PLAYLIST. I just couldn't figure it out till I read this book.
Lemana
I do computer consulting for a living, and have used this book with many of my customers, whether recommending it, or buying it for them. If you want to know how to setup your email in Windows 7, or how to change your homepage, look the topic up in the front of the book, and go to that chapter and specific page. There are color pictures describing each step that walk you through the process. I love it and can't recommend it enough for new computer users, or those who just want to know more about their version of windows. I have had customers tell me the local book stores are sold out because of me!

Paul Buckner,

author of: "From Broke To Broker: Stories of Finding Financial Freedom"
and
"Gabriel Jennings and The Ferret Freedom Fighters."
Doomwarden
I used to work for the Geek Squad and we always recommended the Teach Yourself Visually line of books for people who were self-professed computer illiterate and we sold out of them within days of getting restocked. So when my wife's uncle bought a new laptop with Windows 7 and didn't even know how to browse to a website, we ordered this for him as a Christmas present.

I would advise that this book be used more as a reference guide rather than a book you would tell someone to read from front to back. For example, if there is a particular thing that you would like to achieve with your Windows 7 computer, you would look in the index of the book and jump to that section for a visual step-by-step guide on how to perform that task. The day I knew this book was worth it's weight in gold is the day that my wife's uncle was able to rip songs off of his CD's and burn a compilation CD all on his own without calling us for help. That's quite an achievement for someone who didn't know how to get anywhere without typing a search into Google!
Still In Mind
I work at a bookstore, and over the years the Teach Yourself Visually guides have surpassed all others in popularity for people who are complete novices, including the yellow For Dummies books and the orange Complete Idiots Guides. The TYV books SHOW you how to do things by walking you through the process with screen shots, instead of TELLING you what to do with just text. It's just a better method for learning. I found the book a little too simple for my taste (I was upgrading from XP to 7 and already knew how to do most things the book covers), but again, this is ideally for someone who's never owned a computer before. I highly recommend not just this book but any TYV guide.

Be sure and check Amazon for used copies of the books you're interested in buying - I got a used copy of this $29.99 retail priced book in like new condition for $1.06 plus shipping!