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Windows 7: The Definitive Guide Provides what you need to manage and maintain Windows 7. This title helps you learn how to squeeze every bit of power out of Windows 7 to take full advantage of its features and programs. It also shows you how to set up, customize, and tune Windows 7. Full description

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  • Broché: 990 pages
  • Editeur : O'Reilly; Édition : 1 (29 octobre 2009)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0596800975
  • ISBN-13: 978-0596800970
  • Dimensions du produit: 17,8 x 5,3 x 23,3 cm
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William lived in Europe from 1989 to 1991. During that time, he had several extended stays in France and Italy. He spent his time in France traveling, and recalls fondly visits to Metz, Colmar, Dijon, and Basel. He misses the quiet beauty of the French countryside, the festivals, and the spectacular wine. He says, "Paris and Marseille are wonderful, of course, but the old towns beyond these great destinations should not be missed. There's nothing else quite like them in all the world." Find William on Facebook at

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Par leuk le 11 octobre 2014
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I have received the order. Everything is fine. Be merely patient. It swims from Usa thus the delivery takes time.
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37 internautes sur 42 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
More the half the book devoted to basic programs. 4 janvier 2011
Par Pete - Publié sur
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The publisher O'reilly is normally the standard on well written technology books, (well in depth well written technology books). This book however was not what it is advertised as. It does not provide you with "everything you need to manage and maintain Windows 7" in fact, it is simply a basic user's reference at best.

Rather than rant however, I will simply point out that the brand new to windows 7 UAC receives one short very brief chapter that fails to cover how to manage the available programs on the start menu for different user accounts on the computer, but devotes nearly half the book to the basic functions of Internet explorer, movemaker and several other generic Microsoft programs that are installed with the OS automatically, (yes the author does tell the reader how to uninstall them).

For the basic user, there are other books that cover the workings of windows 7 in much easier to read detail, and certainly video tutorials online for everything covered within this book. For power users and those of you who know how to change the home page on IE or can change the resolution to your monitor without needing a screen shot to make sense of the menu, there are certainly more detailed titles out there.

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21 internautes sur 25 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Needs better index 10 février 2010
Par J. Mitchell - Publié sur
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Windows 7 does have quite a learning curve. There is a tremendous amount of information on Windows 7 (938 pages) in "Windows 7 - The Definitive Review". The small index (20 pages) is not sufficient for such a large volume. I was looking for how to change my mouse from double-click to single-click. I could not find the solution under MOUSE or SINGLE-CLICK or DOUBLE CLICK. Eventually, I found the solution listed by way of FOLDER OPTIONS but not detailed in the index.
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A lot of pages for so little information 6 mars 2010
Par Sidney A. Bordelon Jr. - Publié sur
Format: Broché
I have been frustrated each time I go to this book for information. I NEVER find the information. It's beyond me how he can write so many words and say so little. Probably my biggest disappointment is the Index. I have NEVER gone to the index and found what I was looking for. I'm a long time user of Microsoft Windows products, so I'm already familiar with most of "how it works" topics, so it amazes me how this author can write much and leave me hanging wanting for more details. I cannot recommend this book.
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not enough insight 13 février 2010
Par Epsilon Delta - Publié sur
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This book explains things in such a way:

the Balance power scheme: it is a balanced scheme to have power management.

write to multiple DVD-R: after it has finished burning the first disc, take the first disc out, and then, put in the second disc, and repeat the steps until all discs are finished.

(so if you had thought you are supposed to jam all discs in, then it would have been helpful)

it is a very in-the-box type of generic manual. It is not really so Definitive either, as the topic on Virtual PC, XP Mode, and how much space we can shrink down a hard drive volume is explained only as a beginner's perspective, but not advanced at all. For example, the amount the hard drive can be shrunk down by the Disc Management Tool is affected by how much fragmentation the disk has and by the pagefile's location on the drive, not necessarily the total free space of the drive.

Another book, Windows 7 Secrets, on the other hand, has a lot more insight, if that's what you are looking for.
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not the greatest book for the average user 23 novembre 2009
Par mikemac9 - Publié sur
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I must confess in advance that I usually buy the "Missing Manual" books for a computer system. However Windows 7 is out and that book is not, so I got this one based on the favorable reviews here. Now that I've set up my new computer and have read thru most of this book (seriously, I really did) I don't think this is the book most people are looking for. I think I'm reasonably technically proficient, but this book seemed to assume a lot of knowledge of techie jargon which may be over the level of the average user. But more importantly for the user looking to buy just one book as both an intro guide to the new Windows 7 features and a reference for troubleshooting, I think this book falls a little short on both measures.

One thing every buyer of a new computer is going to be doing is migrating their old files and settings; near as I can tell, this gets exactly one paragraph worth of explanation on page 15. I had a trouble with some of my programs like Itunes, and I had to use google to figure out what to do instead of this book. As for usability explanations, Windows 7 has some keyboard and mouse shortcuts for doing useful things like hiding all the windows or all except the currently active one. As I read thru the book I marked pages I'd want to refer to again for stuff like this, and I never found a description of these. And I had trouble getting a Tivo box to talk to my computer; while on page 627 it did mention the 1st thing is to turn on logging (which I did and helped me solve the problem), this is one area I think many people are going to run into issues and it deserves an expanded explanation of how to interpret the log and solve issues. Again, I had to turn to google.

To sum up, this is a nicely written book with lots of info but I think there are going to be better books out there; if you are going to buy only one I'd suggest looking closely at the alternatives.
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