19. Upgrading Your Computer

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As you use your computer more and more, you might find that you want to add features to it. For instance, you might purchase a digital camera or music player, such as an iPod. You might add a new printer for printing photographs. As another example, you might change how you connect to the Internet, switching from dial-up to a cable modem, perhaps.

Usually when you install new hardware Vista recognizes the new device as soon as you plug it in, and it walks you through the necessary steps to run it correctly, or even complete the installation automatically without your help and then notify you of its success. ...

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