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    Can anyone suggest some good Windows 7 books? I need something at least as detailed as the old Windows Secrets (Brian Livingstone) book with inside info on the OS. Is there an online list somewhere in the Woodys/Windows Watch site?
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    In my opinion, the best windows 7 book available at present is "Windows 7: The Missing Manual". Available as an e-book, (downloadable in various formats), or as a printed book (more expensive). (A chapter was recently provided "free" to paid-up Windows Secrets subscribers. This triggered me to buy the full version...I do not regret my decision).

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    Woody Leonhard's "Windows 7 All-In-One for Dummies" is another good book. It is easy to find on Amazon.
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    Or the "NEW" Windows 7 Secrets book.
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    “Troubleshooting Windows 7 Inside Out” Coming Oct ‘10 from Microsoft Press by gHacks Editor

    The new book will be out in October this year.
    The book is available from Amazon for pre-order now in the US for $39.99, UK £30.99 and in other countries around the world, in Europe it is retailing at around €34.99. The Windows 7 Power Users Guide is available now to buy as an eBook or in paperback from only £3.99 here.
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