The Essential Windows 7 Handbook 7th Edition
(That's roughly* €9, or US$12, or Can$13, or Aus$13)
Windows 7 market share continues to grow as more and more users upgrade their PCs or operating systems, and it received extensive praise from both home users and professionals.
In this 7th Edition of our best-selling handbook, we've expanded the size of the bookazine to 180 pages of step-by-step guides - these guides cover everything from getting started to advanced hacks and tweaks
Find out how to customise the Windows desktop and your user accounts, make the most of the Web and email, set up a home network and ensure your system remains healthy and free from issues.
At the end of the handbook you'll find a section dedicated to Windows 8, the next-generation operating system soon to be launched by Microsoft. The Consumer Preview is available to download now, and we've highlighted some of the key differences from Windows 7, including the new-look tiled Metro interface.Original UK on sale date: 28th Jun 2012
(USA on sale approx 6 weeks later; Australia on sale approx 9 weeks later)
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