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Microsoft Windows Vista Management and Administration by Scott Chimner, James Walker, Andrew Abbate

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Chapter 2. Getting to Understand Your Windows Vista System

Getting Around in Windows Vista

Getting around in Windows Vista is relatively easy, especially for anyone who has been using a previous version of a Microsoft Windows operating system. The look and feel of Windows Vista is similar to that of Windows XP, but some noticeable changes have been made in Windows Vista to the Explorer interface, desktop, Start menu, Internet Explorer, and where things are located. Some items in Windows Vista are now hidden or disabled by default, where they weren’t in previous releases of Windows. A few of the more predominant changes in the navigation structure of Windows Vista when compared to previous versions of Windows are the nonexpanding start menu and ...

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