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We've long admired Microsoft's Inside Out books for their clarity and comprehensiveness. (That's what happens when you unleash world-class expert authors within Microsoft to get answers.) Remarkably, Ed Bott, Carl Siechert, and Craig Stinson have somehow managed to deliver Windows Vista Inside Out concurrent with Vista's release. If you want to become a full-fledged expert before everyone else, that's like winning the lottery.
They've covered Vista in exhaustive detail: the new interface; setup and personalization (including transferring settings); managing programs and files (including desktop search); IE7 and Windows Mail; networking; and digital media (including Media Center features finally available to all consumers).
You'll find sophisticated troubleshooting guidance, plus a chapter on optimization (did you know your thumb drive could speed up your PC?). And if you're responsible for administering Vista, you'll get help there, too -- from managing security to automating maintenance. Serious about Vista? This book's indispensable. Bill Camarda, from the March 2007 Read Only