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Microsoft Windows 7 Administrator's Reference, Upgrading, Deploying, Managing, and Securing Windows 7

Creator: Jorge Orchilles, Denny Cherry | Computers - 2010-04-22

The next section will discuss 32-bit and 64-bit computing in detail. Depending on how Windows Vista was obtained, ... Windows Vista Home Basic 64-bit – same as Basic but for 64-bit ■ Windows Vista Home Premium – premium home user ...

Publisher: Syngress

About this book
Microsoft Windows 7 Administrator's Reference gives you a complete overview of all the important day-to-day duties for which administrators are responsible. From a complete overview of upgrading and implementing to a detailed view of security in Windows 7, this book will keep you on track. Coverage includes: installing and deployment, managing the new Windows 7 environment, overview of the new desktop features, and technical help for troubleshooting and networking (to name a few). Written by current systems administrators with a deep experience in Windows, security, and networked and enterprise environments, this book is like having your own on-site consultant in the trenches with you. Each chapter of Microsoft Windows 7 Administrator's Reference is designed to give you easy access to the answers you need most. Whether you are looking for quick troubleshooting information, a compilation of the new desktop environment, or even virtualization and mobility information, you'll find it quickly. Covers Powershell V2, Bitlocker, and mobility issues Includes comprehensive details for configuration, deployment, and troubleshooting Consists of content written for system administrators by system administrators



305 pages

Exam 98-349, Mta Windows Operating System Fundamentals

Creator: Microsoft Official Academic Course | Computers - 2012-05-15

Lesson Features Introducing, Installing, and Upgrading Windows 7 LESSON 1 EXAM OBJECTIVE MATRIX Exam Objective Matrix ... (You'll learn about 32-bit and 64-bit systems later in the lesson.) Of the six editions, only Home Premium, ...

Publisher: Wiley



618 pages

Microsoft Windows Vista

Creator: Chris Fehily | Computers - 2008-04-11

Windows Anytime Upgrade Windows Anytime Upgrade (WAU), new in Vista, lets you upgrade your copy of Vista to another edition . You can upgrade from Home Basic to Home Premium, or from any Home or Business edition to Ultimate .

About this book
Microsoft's Windows Vista will open up for its users a whole new way of using their PCs. With plenty of screenshots to guide users along the way, respected author Chris Fehily takes readers through Vista's breakthrough capabilities, including its new user interface, Sidebar, Internet Explorer, Media Player, anti-spyware, Mail, SideShow, and photo-sharing capabilities; as well as all the new enhancements included in the Service Pack 1 update. Windows Vista Service Pack 1 will deliver improvements and enhancements to the existing Vista features that will significantly impact customers, and this book is the quickest way to mastering them! The updates in Windows Vista SP1 cover quality improvements (reliability, security, and performance), support for emerging hardware and standards, and more. Windows Vista SP1 will include improvements that target some of the most common causes of crashes and hangs, giving users a more consistent experience.


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    Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 64bit, System Builder OEM DVD 1 Pack (New Packaging)

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    Windows 7 beats Windows 8 In My eyes

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    Microsoft Windows 8.1 - Full Version

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    Better than Windows 8, still not better than Windows 7.

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    The worst

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    It would be a mistake to buy this!

    If you have Windows 7 or XP, you can buy Windows 8.1 Pro (look for the Windows 8 Pro upgrade if you already own XP or Windows 7 - it's much cheaper - you can update it to Windows 8.1 for free). Microsoft decided to no longer include Windows Media Center as part of Windows 8. So if you buy this and decide that you want to have a home entertainment pc, you would have to buy the Windows Pro Pack for 99 bucks just to get Windows Media Center. If you buy Windows 8.1 Pro, you can get Windows Media Center for 10 bucks extra.If you already have a version of Windows 7, you would be better off to simply install it on your computer rather than this. If you are updating from Windows XP, I recommend that you find a Windows 7 Upgrade package rather than install Windows 8.1 on your computer. Microsoft has stopped selling Windows 7 upgrades (because they were out-selling Windows 8), so you may have to buy a Windows 7 OEM version to do a clean install of Windows 7 on your computer... 1/5 Computer Tech (United States) - See all my reviews This review is from: Microsoft Windows 8.1 - Full Version (Software) If you have Windows 7 or XP, you can buy Windows 8.1 Pro (look for the Windows 8 Pro upgrade if you already own XP or Windows 7 - it's much cheaper - you can update it to Windows 8.1 for free). Microsoft decided to no longer include Windows Media Center as part of Windows 8. So if you buy this and decide that you want to have a home entertainment pc, you would have to buy the Windows Pro Pack for 99 bucks just to get Windows Media Center. If you buy Windows 8.1 Pro, you can get Windows Media Center for 10 bucks extra.If you already have a version of Windows 7, you would be better off to simply install it on your computer rather than this. If you are updating from Windows XP, I recommend that you find a Windows 7 Upgrade package rather than install Windows 8.1 on your computer. Microsoft has stopped selling Windows 7 upgrades (because they were out-selling Windows 8), so you may have to buy a Windows 7 OEM version to do a clean install of Windows 7 on your computer... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , October 18, 2013
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    0 Stars from a Microsoft OEM system builder

    As a Microsoft OEM system builder going all the way back...I'm looking at non-Microsoft solutions first from this point on.As of this date, you cannot customize the installation. This means you cannot install JUST Word and Excel, or JUST Outlook. You can't use (say) an older Outlook version which is compatible with older Microsoft Exchange (Read 2003 or earlier) versions. It is a "one-click" installation which installs skydrive whether you want it or not.This version will not work with Exchange servers prior to 2008.NONE of these facts are displayed prominently in the marketing or packaging we received, and I will now incur out-of-pocket expenses in order to "make good" on these two most recent computers (which arrived with 2013 Office on them.)1. No customized option for install2. Won't work with Exchange servers prior to 2008.3. Microsoft silently broke with their 15-20 year standard of customizable install... 1/5 M. Snook "Belching Basset" (USA) - See all my reviews, April 9, 2013

    Good, but not a significant step forward from Office 2010

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    Horrible Experience

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    NOTE: Windows XP and Vista NOT supported. This product requires Windows 7 or newer operating systems.
    The latest versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, and Outlook.
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    Best if you Plan Ahead

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    Worth the Wait

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    Questionable for Vista, consideration for XP

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