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Microsoft® Windows 7 In Depth by Brian Knittel, Robert Cowart

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4. Using the Windows 7 User Interface

Who Should Read This Chapter?

Many readers might wonder why an advanced book such as this includes coverage of something as basic as the Windows user interface (UI). The decision was primarily driven by the knowledge that many users of Windows 7 will be upgrading from Windows 2000, XP, and even Vista. For those users, savvy as they might be with Windows concepts, the Windows 7 UI is different enough that they’ll need a roadmap to get started. When you are familiar with it, you’ll wonder how you ever got around in those old clunky environments. In addition to the newer look of Windows 7, many new functions are woven into the fabric of the new UI—we don’t want you to miss out on them. We’ve also included ...

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