Windows Vista Secrets

Windows Vista Secrets

by Brian Livingston, Paul Thurrott
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Windows Vista Secrets 2.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
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When I buy a book entitled 'Windows Vista S-E-C-R-E-T-S', I expect just that: SECRETS. And by that I understand advanced and hard to come by tips about OS configuration and tweaking. i.e.: Registry tips, Management console, security and group policies, Shell, network configuration, firewall rules, remote assistance (one of the most frustrating mysteries!), TCP/IPv6, etc. This book is about the OBVIOUS stuff any smart user can find out on his or her own by toying a couple days with the OS. By ¿Networking¿, Mr. Livingston and Mr. Thurrott understand explaining you the ¿intricacies¿ of Internet Explorer 7. And I¿m sure those who look for Vista ¿secrets¿ are eager to find out how to view pictures on their PC. There¿s even a whole chapter dedicated to the GAMES that come with Vista! BRAVO!!...The only cool reference in this book is Powershell. Perhaps this Book should be entitled: ¿Windows Vista secrets for those who haven¿t yet seen Windows Vista¿.