Microsoft Windows Vista In Depth

Microsoft Windows Vista In Depth

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This book has been crafted to grow with the reader, providing the reference material they need while moving toward Vista proficiency and use of more advanced features. Summary: Vista In Depth takes on the constant barrage of spam, spyware, viruses and other Net nasties. The reader is shown how to rebuke the onslaught of hacker attacks, protect onea€™s identity, and keep their online sanity, all at the same time. In Depth turns Windows inside out, shakes out all the loose parts and figures out what makes the new beast that is the Windows Vista interface tick. This is the book for readers who have finally broken down and purchased a Windows Media Center computer. This is the book that gets the user up to speed transforming their computer from the little PC that could into a media juggernaut From-the-trenches advice on upgrading to Windows Vista a€“ including detailed rollout advice for IT managers. Plan and manage deployment of Windows easily and efficientlya€“whether you're upgrading just a handful of computers, or an entire corporation! Want to set up a network at work or at play? Hands-on coverage of installing, configuring and surviving on a Windows Vista-based network. Shows you how to set up Windows networking features, and how to install and set up basic networking hardware. Filesharing with the open source community and Apple users is made possible and accessible with this book. Filesharing with other platforms, such as Novell Netware, Unix, Linux, Macintosh, and other Windows flavours. No longer will the Macs in your network be segregated from the Windows users. Author Biographies Bob Cowart has written more Windows books than any other author in the world. (Over 1 million copies sold) He has written features and reviews for PC Week, PC World, Mac World, A+, and Microsoft Systems Journal. He has appeared on the PBS TV series Computer Chronicles and has taught at the University of California San Francisco. As a consultant, he specializes in custom database programming, networking, and systems installation. He has authored 32 books including several bestsellers such as Mastering Windows and Windows NT Unleashed. Brian Knittelis co-author of Special Edition Using Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional and Special Edition Using Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition. He is a software developer, consultant and writer. He specializes in document conversion and networking. After finishing graduate studies at the UC Berkeley he established a technical consulting firm in Berkeley.Connect the Xbox 360 AV HD adapter cable to the Xbox 360, set the Xbox 360 switch to HDTV, and connect the other end of the cable with three RCA male connectors ... TIP If you have a problem connecting your Xbox 360 to your TV/ HDTV, check out the Xbox 360 support page at systemsetup/xbox360/console/ tvhdtv.htm. ... You can use the Xbox 360 universal remote, or your WMC remote, to control the displayed Media Center Extender menus.

Title:Microsoft Windows Vista In Depth
Author:Robert Cowart, Brian Knittel
Publisher:Pearson Education - 2008


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