Sebastopol, CA—"When you start working with Windows 7, you'll see at once that this operating system is visually different from earlier releases of Windows," says William Stanek (@williamstanek), author of Optimizing Windows® 7 Pocket Consultant (Microsoft Press, $24.99 USD).
"What won't be readily apparent, however," Stanek continues, "is just how different it is—and that's because many of the most significant changes to the operating system are under the surface. These changes affect the underlying architecture, not just the interfaces—and they were some of the hardest for me to research and write about. In this book, I teach you how features work, why they work the way they do, and how to customize them to meet your needs."
Portable and precise, Optimizing Windows® 7 Pocket Consultant delivers ready answers for optimizing the performance of your Windows 7-based PC. Zero in on core tuning, customization, and troubleshooting tasks using quick-reference tables, instructions, and lists. Topics include system boot and startup, software and hardware, search and indexing, system health, and personalizing the interface. You'll get the focused information you need to solve problems and get the job done.
Stanek adds, "This book provides tips, best practices, and examples of how to fine-tune all major aspects of Windows 7. It won't just teach you how to configure Windows 7; it will teach you how to squeeze every last bit of power out of it and make the most of the features and options it includes."
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Optimizing Windows® 7 Pocket Consultant
Publisher: Microsoft Press
By William R. Stanek
Print ISBN: 9780735661653 Ebook ISBN: 9780735661646
Pages: 208 (est.)
Print Price: $24.99 Ebook Price: $19.99
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