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Get ready to be amazed by numerous tips, tricks, and undocumented features that disclose unique and exciting aspects of the new Windows Vista SP1 operating system. This revised SP1 Edition is packed with over 250 additional pages revealing secrets on topics like configuring Vista, networking, Microsoft Zune, Windows Live OneCare, LIVE, Windows Home Server, and the new and exciting features included in SP1. Leading Windows authority Paul Thurrott reveals hidden Vista abilities and offers a behind-the-scenes look at everything from hardware and software compatibility to security features to keep your data safe. These priceless pieces of little-known expert advice will help you quickly grasp the many benefits of Windows Vista.
The Insider's Guide to
Installing or upgrading to Windows Vista SP1 (see Chapter 2)
Personalizing and configuring Windows Vista SP1 (see Chapter 7)
Windows Vista SP1 networking (see Chapter 10)
Using Zune® as a digital media alternative (see Chapter 12)
Getting the ultimate Vista experience on Tablet PC and Ultra-Mobile PCs (see Chapter 18)
Managing e-mail and contacts (see Chapter 20)
Taking Vista to the next level with LIVE services (see Chapter 21)
Master TV and digital media with Windows Media Center (see Chapter 24)
Brian always writes good stuff. If you want to know about Windows stuff, Brian's books are great sources of info.Published 5 months ago by HenWin
If your an IT then you already know that publishers such as Syba and Microsoft Press are where you need to go for your 1000± page sleeping pills you read every new release. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Matthew Peidl
I bought this book after watching Paul Thurrott's show "Windows Weekly". This book was purchased as a gift for a brother-in-law who has a Vista PC and lives far away. Read morePublished on January 8, 2011 by David M.
The product arrived in a well packed package. The product was new condition. Delivered was with in the forecast arrival time.Published on January 1, 2011 by John H. Parton
A very useful assist for a Vista install or just tweaking. I find windows 7 too similar to Vista to upgrade, with the various patches and drivers, Vista is very stable. Read morePublished on December 15, 2010 by Rikki79
As a subscriber to Windows Secrets I know some of the capabilities of these authors. I had no idea that they could make working with Windows Vista so easy.Published on June 21, 2009 by William G. Conrad