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Windows 7 Inside Out by Carl Siechert Ed Bott and Craig Stinson

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Chapter 1. What's New in Windows 7

Introducing the Windows 7 Family 5

Adjusting to the Windows 7 Interface 7

Organizing and Finding Files 10

Saving, Sharing, and Playing Digital Media 12

Networking in New Ways 15

Keeping Your PC Speedy and Safe 16

Using Internet Explorer 8 19

Is Windows 7 a major upgrade or just a collection of refinements? The answer depends on your starting point. If you've been using Windows Vista, the upgrade to Windows 7 should be relatively straightforward. Windows 7 is built on the same foundation as Windows Vista, so you've already sorted out compatibility hassles with programs and devices. After you learn the basics of the revamped Windows 7 desktop and adapt to changes in search and file management, you should feel right at ...

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