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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

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Publisher: Syngress

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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, ...

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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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    Turned an old XP computer into a new one!

    With Microsoft ending its support of XP on April 8th, I knew I had to do something about one of our older Dell computers that's been running XP for the last -- wow maybe 8 years? A little voice told me I should just spend $400 on a new computer instead of $100 on a new OS but the old computer works fine and was pretty fast on XP, and the Windows Upgrade Advisor (free download, google it) told me that the unit would have no problems with Windows 7.So I copied all of my picture and document files off of the computer onto an external hard drive and booted this DVD. It only took about 10 minutes to install Windows 7 and yes, the hardest part is reading the micro type on the password key to unlock the copy of Windows. I took a picture with my iPhone and then zoomed in to read the numbers but even with that one number was VERY hard to read. After activation I spent the next hour or so configuring the computer, and I used Windows Easy Transfer (another free program from... 5/5 Goldengate "Goldengate" (San Francisco, where else?) - See all my reviews, March 9, 2014

    Works great for building a pc or in bootcamp

    0 5/5 John (usa) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 64bit, System Builder OEM DVD 1 Pack (New Packaging) (Software) I used this to install on bootcamp for my mac book pro 15 retina. It came in a little paper and installed quickly. No problems. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , February 28, 2014

    Windows 7 beats Windows 8 In My eyes

    I purchased a brand new computer that came with Windows 8. I'm thinking cool, I can tinker around with a new OS. I couldn't get passed the login screen. No joke. As soon as the computer boots up its asking for a password. Come to find out it wants my Microsoft email.pw from like 20 years ago which I have no access to anymore. I literally couldn't get to the desktop. I have Windows 8 on my phone with no problems so I don't know what the problem was.Needless to say I purchased this Windows 7 Home Premium. Now I compared the differences between the versions but apparently not well enough. Turns out this version limits you to using 16GB RAM. My new computer had 8GB x 4 for 32 GBs of RAM. Under computer properties its says 32GB memory(16GB usable).I then proceeded to downloaded a cracked version of Windows Ultimate x64 which uses all 32GBs. If I saw this limiting feature in the comparison list I would have sprung for Ultimate, but there's no way I'm buying this, and... 3/5 Dr. CookiePuss (Hawley, PA USA) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 64bit, System Builder OEM DVD 1 Pack (New Packaging) (Software) I purchased a brand new computer that came with Windows 8. I'm thinking cool, I can tinker around with a new OS. I couldn't get passed the login screen. No joke. As soon as the computer boots up its asking for a password. Come to find out it wants my Microsoft email.pw from like 20 years ago which I have no access to anymore. I literally couldn't get to the desktop. I have Windows 8 on my phone with no problems so I don't know what the problem was.Needless to say I purchased this Windows 7 Home Premium. Now I compared the differences between the versions but apparently not well enough. Turns out this version limits you to using 16GB RAM. My new computer had 8GB x 4 for 32 GBs of RAM. Under computer properties its says 32GB memory(16GB usable).I then proceeded to downloaded a cracked version of Windows Ultimate x64 which uses all 32GBs. If I saw this limiting feature in the comparison list I would have sprung for Ultimate, but there's no way I'm buying this, and... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , March 13, 2014
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    Microsoft Windows 8.1 - Full Version

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    Windows 7 Professional SP1 64bit (OEM) System Builder DVD 1 Pack (New Packaging)

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    Excellent Alternative to Windows 8 for Those Coming From Windows XP

    I was forced to move up to Windows 7 Professional from Windows XP because of Microsoft ending XP support even though I was happy using XP. My desktop PC is a 2008 Dell Optiplex 740. I need a new computer and will buy one with Windows 7 Pro as soon as I can work it into the budget but for now I have to use this machine for a few more months.After researching my options using customer reviews here on Amazon and elsewhere online, I determined that I did not want to go with Windows 8 and opted for Windows 7 Pro. I learned from reading one review about the OEM version and decided that was the one to get and I bought a copy. My girlfriend was in the same boat with her own Dell Optiplex 740 XP PC so she also bought Win 7 Pro OEM.I successfully installed the Win 7 Pro OEM on both PCs between 4/7/14 and 4/9/14, activated them and installed most of our daily use software and we haven't had any problems so far except for a glitch in my Camtasia Studio 3 (caused by a... 5/5 C.K. (United States) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Windows 7 Professional SP1 64bit (OEM) System Builder DVD 1 Pack (New Packaging) (Software) I was forced to move up to Windows 7 Professional from Windows XP because of Microsoft ending XP support even though I was happy using XP. My desktop PC is a 2008 Dell Optiplex 740. I need a new computer and will buy one with Windows 7 Pro as soon as I can work it into the budget but for now I have to use this machine for a few more months.After researching my options using customer reviews here on Amazon and elsewhere online, I determined that I did not want to go with Windows 8 and opted for Windows 7 Pro. I learned from reading one review about the OEM version and decided that was the one to get and I bought a copy. My girlfriend was in the same boat with her own Dell Optiplex 740 XP PC so she also bought Win 7 Pro OEM.I successfully installed the Win 7 Pro OEM on both PCs between 4/7/14 and 4/9/14, activated them and installed most of our daily use software and we haven't had any problems so far except for a glitch in my Camtasia Studio 3 (caused by a... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , April 21, 2014

    Good Product, Great Price, Fast Delivery

    0 5/5 Robert J. Pipes (Wisconsin) - See all my reviews, May 26, 2013

    Not New, not legal

    0 2/5 Customer "David" (Cincinnati) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Windows 7 Professional SP1 64bit (OEM) System Builder DVD 1 Pack (New Packaging) (Software) This was indeed a copy of Windows 7 Pro and a genuine Microsoft disk BUT, the product key code had obviously been razor bladed off another machine and this genuine but used key code was just stuck in the non Microsoft DVD case. The whole thing had been poorly re-shrink wrapped. This is not a legal way to sell Microsoft OEM software as it can only be used on one machine. Amazon needs to be aware that they are aiding an illegal practice. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , March 12, 2014
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    Run many Windows XP productivity programs in Windows XP Mode.
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    Windows 8.1 System Builder OEM DVD 64-Bit

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    The apps you want. In addition to great built-in apps for e-mail, people, photos and video editing, you can also download thousands of popular apps from the Windows Store, including Netflix, ESPN, Skype, and Halo: Spartan Assault.
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    Microsoft Windows 7 Anytime Upgrade [Windows 7 Starter to Home Premium]

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    Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 32bit (OEM) System Builder DVD 1 Pack [Old Packaging]

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    Microsoft Windows 8 - Upgrade [Old Version]

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    Rating (189 reviews):
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    Reviewing the Upgrade

    A lot of people have reviewed Windows 8 the "product" here but few have mentioned the "upgrade" process itself so I'm going to include that too. First off I love Windows 8 and think it was a bold and innovate step for Microsoft to take. I use both Mac OS X and Windows operating systems and honestly feel with the release of Windows 8 Microsoft has surpassed Mac OS X. That being said I just bought a new MacBook (which I consider my main computer) a few days before the release of Windows 8. After I saw and used Windows 8 on a few PCs and laptops in local stores I was blown away and wanted it. However since I had just bought a MacBook and my existing PC (which I use just a couple days a week for work when I work from home) was a few years old I couldn't justify a new PC or Windows Laptop at the time. However once tax season rolled around and my refund was in hand I ended up buying an 11" ASUS laptop with Windows 8 and began using it more than any of my other computers. So when Amazon... 4/5 PHL1111 - See all my reviews, April 25, 2013

    Windows 8: More is less

    I've been struggling with Windows 8 for 25 days, since I bought a new mini-tower on 03/02/2013. I understand there were some significant technical and security upgrades to this edition of the Windows operating system. That's all well and good, but at my level of operation---a daily, 14-16 hours, home user of email, internet and document (Word, Excel, Publisher) functions---it's been a nightmare.A few specifics:Windows Mail, which I've been using for 10 years (partly in its earlier Outlook Express format) has been reduced to a kiddie version with loss of multiple functions, like sorting and creating sub-folders, and a dependence on web social nets for the creation of a contact list---no more simply adding a correspondent to your contacts or importing your old list from the earlier versions of Mail.Programs and functions that were standard with earlier versions have either disappeared or become additional cost options.Terminology (e.g., icons... 1/5 Uncle Genie (Tucson, Arizona) - See all my reviews This review is from: Microsoft Windows 8 - Upgrade [Old Version] (Software) I've been struggling with Windows 8 for 25 days, since I bought a new mini-tower on 03/02/2013. I understand there were some significant technical and security upgrades to this edition of the Windows operating system. That's all well and good, but at my level of operation---a daily, 14-16 hours, home user of email, internet and document (Word, Excel, Publisher) functions---it's been a nightmare.A few specifics:Windows Mail, which I've been using for 10 years (partly in its earlier Outlook Express format) has been reduced to a kiddie version with loss of multiple functions, like sorting and creating sub-folders, and a dependence on web social nets for the creation of a contact list---no more simply adding a correspondent to your contacts or importing your old list from the earlier versions of Mail.Programs and functions that were standard with earlier versions have either disappeared or become additional cost options.Terminology (e.g., icons... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , March 27, 2013

    Windows 8 unmitigated disaster

    I have lost at least 20 hours struggling with Windows 8. It is difficult, almost impossible, to use if you have a mature Windows 7 system. The absolute worst feature of Windows 8 is its backup and recovery. If you set up a desktop in Windows 8 and have to use their recovery, YOU WILL LOSE ALL OF YOUR DESKTOP SOFTWARE. Your system will reboot to an empty desktop.If you don't believe this, look at Microsoft's own disclaimer on their website regarding recovery. I tried to use the reliable Windows 7 backup and recovery which is available under Control Panel on Windows 8. You must use Command Mode to alter the system partition on your hard drive, but you can create a system image backup; just don't expect to use it. Attempts to use the Windows 7 recovery function in Windows 8 results in an error message stating that Window cannot locate your system image backup. If you try using Windows 8 recovery to get to your image backup, you lose all of your desktop software.If you still... 1/5 T. Taggart (New Orleans) - See all my reviews, May 3, 2013
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    Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium Upgrade [Old Version]

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    Rating (942 reviews):
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    Best if you Plan Ahead

    Windows 7 Home Premium is the best version to choose for older machines and/or simpler networks. The "Backup" offered in 7 Pro can be done easily with free tools, and unless you need complex networking, 7 has what it takes to manage a home network. Last, the 'XP Mode' promised in 7 Pro and above will only work on hardware new enough to support "Virtualization Technology" (stop by Microsoft's website to learn more). This isn't the same as "XP Compatibility Mode", which you will still have for all versions of Windows 7 (there's a great video explanation of this on CNET's website in their Windows 7 Center at CNET TV).Some very important things you need to know about upgrading:1) There are two types of upgrade: "in-place" (where a Vista machine upgrades to 7 and you get to keep all your programs) and "clean" (where you lose all your old programs and settings).2) Anyone going from XP to 7 will have to go "clean".3) Anyone going from a different Vista... 4/5 Winter (USA) - See all my reviews, November 1, 2009

    Worth the Wait

    I'll admit, I've been running Windows 7 for six months now: the preproduction version of it and have just upgraded to the gold code. So I have quite a bit of experience with the operating system. Let's get to the nitty gritty:Should you upgrade from Windows Vista? YES! I mean it - upgrade today.Windows 7 is quite simply faster, more stable, boots faster, goes to sleep faster, comes back from sleep faster, manages your files better and on top of that it's beautiful to look at and easy to use. Even the preproduction version of Windows 7 was better than my Vista with SP2.Should you upgrade from Windows XP? Maybe, but for different reasons.XP is a good operating system and if you don't need to add new hardware or software, XP is good. However, XP is old as an operating system. Also chances are that if you're running XP, you might not meet the minimum requirements for Windows 7 - check the compatibility site at Microsoft to see if your system will... 5/5 RenaissanceMan - See all my reviews, October 22, 2009

    Here Comes Windows 7

    Here comes Windows 7, nearly three years after Windows Vista and eight years after Windows XP. By most accounts, Windows 7 is what Vista should have been. Do we finally have a worthy successor to XP?** CLEAN UPGRADE UPDATE BELOW 10/29/09 **PRO's:- Fast startup and performance- Stable- Nice aesthetic and functional changes to the desktop- Improved networking, power management & security- 32-bit & 64-bit versions included- Windows Media Center- Windows XP Mode (Professional & Ultimate only)CON's:- User Account Control still annoying- Upgrade can be challenging- Expensive** CLEAN UPGRADE UPDATE 10/29/09 **It seems that a lot of upgraders have been complaining about the upgrade process, especially from XP. Most of us expected to be able to format our hard disks and be prompted for either the XP disc or product key. Alas, this is not the case. The upgrade is much more... 4/5 Ed (San Francisco Bay Area) - See all my reviews, October 22, 2009
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    Microsoft Windows 8 Pro - Upgrade [Old Version]

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    Cheaper than buying the non-upgrade version.

    I've had my issues with Windows 8 when it first came out, but to be honest, I've gotten over a lot of them. I don't like the fact that the typical start menu has been taken away, and I'm not a fan of the tile menu, but overall I've actually noticed I have to go through far less clicking to get to what I want. Once you figure out exactly how to use Windows 8, you'll be flying through all the menus at almost half the time you would on Windows 7 or XP.As long as you can read, you'll notice that this is an upgrade, not a bootable install. In order to install Windows 8 with this upgrade, you must at least have Windows Xp, Vista, or 7. It doesn't matter if it is 32-bit or 64-bit (unless you want 64-bit and you currently have 32-bit, but I'll get to that in a moment.)Upgrading is easy. Just have any of Windows XP-7 preinstalled on your PC, insert the disc, and the install goes from there. This upgrade comes with both a Windows 8 32-bit disc, and a Windows 8 64-bit... 4/5 AnthrSolidSnake - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) I've had my issues with Windows 8 when it first came out, but to be honest, I've gotten over a lot of them. I don't like the fact that the typical start menu has been taken away, and I'm not a fan of the tile menu, but overall I've actually noticed I have to go through far less clicking to get to what I want. Once you figure out exactly how to use Windows 8, you'll be flying through all the menus at almost half the time you would on Windows 7 or XP.As long as you can read, you'll notice that this is an upgrade, not a bootable install. In order to install Windows 8 with this upgrade, you must at least have Windows Xp, Vista, or 7. It doesn't matter if it is 32-bit or 64-bit (unless you want 64-bit and you currently have 32-bit, but I'll get to that in a moment.)Upgrading is easy. Just have any of Windows XP-7 preinstalled on your PC, insert the disc, and the install goes from there. This upgrade comes with both a Windows 8 32-bit disc, and a Windows 8 64-bit... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , June 23, 2013

    Will the GUI Stick With You?

    BEFORE YOU UPGRADE: stop by the Microsoft website and run the Windows 8 Upgrade Assistant (link in the comments). This program will comb through your system and offer you detailed analysis of what will and won't upgrade. It offers links to articles that explain in detail what you may need to do, and it can save you a lot of headaches. For example, I have a laptop with no USB drivers--yet! I now have a link to the manufacturer's website that I've bookmarked and when drivers become available I'll upgrade that machine too.Windows 7 has been a well-received OS, so the case for upgrading to Windows 8 has been difficult for Microsoft to make. While the look and feel of Windows 8 is strikingly different, for the most part it boils down to one huge change: the Start Menu that we have had since Windows 95 is no longer a menu. Icons are now displayed as tiles of varying widths in a full-screen splash. Some of this makes sense in that some of today's programs are more like... 3/5 Winter (USA) - See all my reviews, October 26, 2012

    Not for productivity or business, the purpose of this product is to forcibly train you to use a Windows phone

    This is the worst OS Microsoft has ever produced by a long shot. It is unbelievable that they think it is ok for this to be rolled out into a business where it would certainly kill productivity for a week or more.So much that was second nature is gone:1) Right-click? doesn't do anything anymore.2) File, edit, ... menu? non existent, it's up to you to figure out the magical keystrokes to do all that stuff now3) Little X in the upper corner to click and close the app? no such ease, you are expected figure out the puzzle of how to close apps on your own with absolutely no context or conveyance from the OS to guide you4) Multitasking and multiple windows open at once? That's history, Microsoft believes you are better off only able to see one full screen app at a time no matter how large or how many monitors you have5) Start menu where it at most 3 mouse-clicks to launch any app on your computer? Gone. Now you have to... 1/5 Lee Cascio (Silver Spring, Md USA) - See all my reviews, February 24, 2014
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    Windows 7 Professional SP1 32bit (Full) System Builder OEM DVD 1 Pack [Old Packaging]

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Operating System Buying Guide Microsoft Windows XP was released for both 32bit and 64bit processors, almost all copies of Windows XP Home & Professional are 32-bit. The 64-bit editions while initially successful have Windows Vista Home Premium Edition: Contains all the features ...
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Moving to Windows 8: Should you upgrade, or should you do a clean install? If you're running Windows 7, and don't need to switch from 32-bit to 64-bit, then an upgrade is a viable option. . I think Windows 8 will be another Vista. I went back to Windows 7 Home Premium that runs perfectly on this ASUS G74SX Notebook. I ...
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