Sunday, February 24, 2008

How Microsoft Windows Vista Works

Author: Michael Miller, Illustrations by Eric Lindley
Publisher: Que
Date: January 7, 2007
Pages: 288
PDF | 29.7 MB

Windows Vista is the long-awaited upgrade to the Microsoft Windows operating system, and it's a lot different from the Windows you're used to. What's new in Windows Vista -- and how do all those new features work?

How Microsoft Windows Vista Works is the first book to take you inside the new Windows Vista operating system and show you how all the pieces and parts work. With clear and simple explanations and illustrations that say, "You, too, can understand this," How Microsoft Windows Vista Works gives you detailed information on the hidden workings of Windows Vista -- from the new Aero interface inside to the Windows kernel. It's a four-color, highly visual explanation of everything that matters about Windows Vista, including:

- How Windows Vista differs from Windows XP
- How Windows controls your computer
- How User Account Control protects your system
- How virtual folders and instant search work
- How Windows Vista renders graphics
- How the Aero interface and the Windows Sidebar work
- How Internet Explorer 7's tabbed browsing works
- How Windows connects to a wireless network
- How the new Windows Photo Gallery manages your digital photos

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