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

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Chapter 5. Adding, Removing, and Managing Programs

Dealing with User Account Control 158

Dealing with Compatibility Issues 160

Running Legacy Applications in Windows XP Mode 164

Installing Programs on 64-Bit Editions of Windows 170

Managing Startup Programs 172

Managing Running Programs and Processes with Windows Task Manager 176

Running a Program as an Administrator or Another User 178

Uninstalling Programs 179

Setting Default Programs, File Type Associations, and AutoPlay Options 180

YOU don't need a wizard or a Control Panel applet to install an application in Windows 7. Setting up a new program from a CD or DVD is typically a straightforward matter of inserting a disc and following the instructions that appear courtesy of your AutoRun settings. Setting ...

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