Windows 7 For Dummies
- Covers basic management of applications, files, and data; creating and printing documents; setting up an Internet connection and e-mail account; and online security
- Includes specially produced videos explaining features and illustrating techniques in greater depth
- Explores using Windows to edit and manage audio, video, and photo files, and how to create CDs, DVDs, and playlists with Media Center
- Helps you tweak and customize Windows 7 to operate your way and set up user accounts, build a home network, and maintain your PC
- Provides troubleshooting advice, helps you find missing files and use the Help system, and explains common error messages
Part I: Windows 7 Stuff Everybody Thinks You Already Know.
Chapter 1: What Is Windows 7?
Chapter 2: The Desktop, Start Menu, Taskbar, Gadgets, and Other Windows 7 Mysteries.
Chapter 3: Basic Windows Mechanics.
Chapter 4: Flipping Through Files, Folders, Flash Drives, Libraries, and CDs.
Part II: Working with Programs and Files.
Chapter 5: Playing with Programs and Documents.
Chapter 6: Briefly Lost, but Quickly Found.
Chapter 7: Printing Your Work.
Part III: Getting Things Done on the Internet.
Chapter 8: Cruising the Web.
Chapter 9: Sending and Receiving E-Mail.
Chapter 10: Safe Computing.
Part IV: Customizing and Upgrading Windows 7.
Chapter 11: Customizing Windows 7 with the Control Panel.
Chapter 12: Keeping Windows from Breaking.
Chapter 13: Sharing One Computer with Several People.
Chapter 14: Connecting Computers with a Network.
Part V: Music, Movies, Memories (And Photos, Too).
Chapter 15: Playing and Copying Music in Media Player.
Chapter 16: Fiddling with Photos and Movies.
Part VI: Help!
Chapter 17: The Case of the Broken Window.
Chapter 18: Strange Messages: What You Did Does Not Compute.
Chapter 19: Moving from an Old Computer to a New Windows 7 PC.
Chapter 20: Help on the Windows 7 Help System.
Part VII: The Part of Tens.
Chapter 21: Ten or So Things You’ll Hate about Windows 7 (And How to Fix Them).
Chapter 22: Ten or So Tips for Laptop Owners.
Appendix A: Upgrading to Windows 7.
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