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《Vista基础教程》(100 Things You Need to Know about Microsoft Windows Vista)[CHM]

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    发行日期2007年
    对白语言英语
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中文名Vista基础教程
英文名100 Things You Need to Know about Microsoft Windows Vista
版本[CHM]
发行日期2007年
地区美国
对白语言英语
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还记得Windows 3.X跨入Windows 95的时代吗?还记得第一次进入Windows XP的愉悦吗?微软每一代操作系统带给我们的都是用言语无法表达的完美感受。新一代的操作系统总是肩负着重大使命:一方面是做好本职,更好的管理计算机,并带给用户全新的操作体验;而另一方面就是引领计算机硬件的发展。

  Windows vista在提供众多新功能、新特性的同时,也是微软有史以来最庞大的产品,它的代码行数超过5000万行,比Windows XP多出40%以上,这样海量代码对于整个软件业来说都是前所未有的超强挑战。

  本书为Vista基础教程,适合入门用户。


Product Description

Tired of clawing your way through computer books that start at the beginning of recorded history just to find one tiny nugget of information you need? Tired of wrenching your back to pull that massive Windows tome off your bookshelf? Tired of wishing you could find a simple answer to what should be a simple problem? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then 100 Things You Need to Know about Microsoft® Windows Vista™ is just the book you’ve been looking for. Chock full of timesaving tips, heady solutions, and expert know-how, this book doesn’t break the bank nor does it require a Bowflex body to hoist it around. Inside you’ll find step-by-step help for the 100 things every Windows user needs to know when making the big switch between Windows XP and Vista. Even if you’re brand new to Windows (meaning Vista is your first-ever operating system), you’ll find the advice here indispensable. In this book, we assume, for instance, that you really don’t give a hoot about what TCP/IP is. We’re betting you just want to get your Internet connection up and running, and leave the techy muck to the propeller heads.

• Want all the cool new cutting-edge features and interface Windows Vista offers? Well, before you run out and buy the software, you need to ensure your system will support it! We walk you through, step-by-step, how to manually check if your PC and other hardware and software are supported for use with Windows Vista. We show you how to perform common upgrade tasks, if needed, before you install Vista. In addition, we provide tips and procedures on backing up your data.

• Having to choose between five different versions (yes, Vista comes in FIVE flavors!) can be confusing! Don’t sweat it, though--we’ve got you covered. We show you how to decide which flavor of Vista is best suited to you! Then we walk you through installing and setting up Vista for the very first time.

• Next we dig into the new Vista interface, which is quite a change from the old XP! Then we give you a tour of the many new and enhanced features. While you might fancy yourself a wicked-smart Windows user, don’t skip this section! We’re positive you’ll find things you didn’t know that will help you make Vista do thy bidding.

• Don’t like the slick new Vista interface? (Macintosh, anyone?) We show you how to harness the power of Vista while keeping the look and feel of your XP. Who says change has to be painful?

• After you have the basics nailed, we then show you some of the cool things you can do with Vista, from customizing its performance, to disabling annoying security controls, to connecting to a wireless network.

Introduction

The purpose of this book is to provide you with information, tips, and tricks about using and transitioning to Windows Vista.

Although there are many other books published that discuss Windows Vista, most cover basic tasks (such as printing and opening documents) and are tailored toward those less experienced in computers. If you have experience with computers and Microsoft Windows, you'll find that this book offers better value. Basic tasks and information that you will probably figure out on your own are skipped in this book, and items that you typically wouldn't discover using your computing common sense and previous Windows experience are emphasized.

This book will help you analyze your PC and computer peripherals for their Vista readiness, and discuss upgrading components to achieve better performance. Also covered is how to back up or transfer your files and settings for when upgrading a PC or when purchasing a new system. You'll also learn about the different editions of Windows Vista to find which will provide the best fit for your personal, family, or business needs.

After the preparations, you'll be stepped through the Windows installation, and then introduced to the redesigned and enhanced Vista interface and functionality. You'll also learn about the new Windows applications and features. Furthermore, you'll see how to change Vista back to the classic look and feel, find relocated items, and discover many tips and tricks, using simple step-by-step procedures and bullets.

Overall, this book will improve your entire Windows Vista experience!

What's in This Book

This book contains information and steps useful when transitioning to Windows Vista, whether you're upgrading a PC or purchasing a new system loaded with Vista.

Here's a chapter-by-chapter summary:

Chapter 1: Upgrading to Windows Vista shows you how to check if your computer and peripherals are compatible with Windows Vista, and gives tips on common hardware upgrades you might perform and on transferring and backing up your data for the transition to Vista.

Chapter 2: Choosing and Installing a Windows Vista Version helps you understand what each Vista edition provides and steps you through the installation and initial setup of Windows Vista.

Chapter 3: Introducing Windows Vista shows you the new interface of Windows Vista and discusses the main features and applications.

Chapter 4: Changing the Look and Feel of Vista shows step-by-step how to convert the new (and sometimes annoying) Vista desktop and interface to one you'll easily recognize.

Chapter 5: Finding Your Way Around in Vista serves as a reference for finding settings, applications, and features in Vista that have been relocated, or moved from where they resided in Windows XP.

Chapter 6: Tips and Tricks covers customization tasks and neat things to do in Windows Vista.

Who Can Use This Book

This book is intended for PC users, at homes and businesses, who are transitioning to Windows Vista.

This book is tailored toward those with moderate (or at least some) PC and Windows XP experience, such as being able to easily navigate to desired applications and files, perform various settings and preference changes, create shortcuts on the desktop, and uninstall software.

Although experience with Windows XP is suggested, others coming straight from Windows 98 can learn things from this book as well.

How to Use This Book

I hope that this book is easy enough to read that you don't need instructions. That said, there are a few elements that bear explaining.

First, there are several special elements in this book, presented in what we in the publishing business call "margin notes." There are different types of margin notes for different types of information, as you see here.


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Note - This is a note that presents information of interest, even if it isn't wholly relevant to the discussion in the main text.


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Tip - This is a tip that might prove useful for whatever it is you're in the process of doing.


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Caution - This is a caution, warning you that something you might accidentally do could have undesirable results.


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In the book, I give websites to visit (for example, http://www.microsoft.com) for more information on particular topics or to download something. When you see one of these addresses (also known as a URL), you can go to that web page by entering the URL into the Address bar in your web browser, such as Microsoft Internet Explorer. I've made every effort to ensure the accuracy of the web addresses presented here, but given the ever-changing nature of the web, don't be surprised if you run across an address or two that's changed. I apologize in advance.

Get Ready to Vista!

With all these preliminaries out of the way, it's now time to get started. Although I recommend reading the book in consecutive order, it isn't completely necessary. For example, you might want to skip the first two chapters if you already have Windows Vista installed; or, you might decide that you like Vista's new look, and, therefore, pass by Chapter 4.

So, get ready to turn the page and learn more about Windows Vista. I know you'll discover some neat features and take away loads of information that will improve your Vista experience!

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