Get Ready To:
• Use built-in Windows applications
• Manage file and folders
• Get online safely
• Set up a network
• Use anti-virus and anti-spyware tools
• Play games, music , and slideshows
This is just the perfect companion to Windows Vista for Dummies. After you have read through the Vista for Dummies book you can use this to quickly look up and find all the helpful information that you discovered in the main book, but because it contains Just the Steps it will quickly become your most used book in your library, well at least until you feel you know your way around Vista, but if your anything like me, there will always be occasions where you will find yourself reaching of this book because you need to do something or find something and you just can't remember how/where, but you do know that with this book you will have your answer in a matter of minutes.
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