Over 60 techniques that help you save time by...
• Customising Vista for the way you work
• Launching your most-used programs and finding files fast
• Making the most of the new interface and search functions
• Taking advantage of Internet Explorer and Firefox
• Installing and securing a wireless network
• Protecting your PC with Vista's improved security features
Being what I would consider a experienced Windows Vista user by now I was very interested to see what the time saving techniques were and whether or not I had discovered any of them already.
Well out of the over 60 time saving techniques listed in this fabulous book I had discovered about 15 of them (of course about half of these are standard Windows housekeeping techniques) so there were quite a few more that I hadn't found out and some of those were very useful indeed.
This book is one that I will be keeping on my bookshelf for a while to come as I am sure I will be needing some of those techniques listed in here in the future.
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