Last month, we released our first Windows 7 e-book — The Windows 7 Guide, Volume 1 — a handy reference for anyone moving to Microsoft’s latest OS.
As promised, we’re now offering The Windows 7 Guide, Volume 2 — the final steps you’ll need to complete your Win7 setup. Like Volume 1, this edition brings together some of our most popular recent articles from the Windows Secrets archives.
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Your hard drives store photos, books, music and film libraries, letters, financial documents and so on. This ebook is aimed at helping you understand your hard drives, expand their capacities and length of life, and recover what you can from them when they fail. We're offering you a FREE Excerpt! Get this excerpt and other 4 bonuses if you subscribe FREE now!
Volume 1 of this two–e-book series covered the sometimes confusing task of installing, optimizing, and effectively using Windows 7. Volume 2 follows up with two equally important topics:
- Tuning, tweaking, and troubleshooting Win7
- Preserving your new Win7 setup and backing up your data
In Part 1, you’ll learn how to make Windows 7 play well in a mixed-OS network environment, how to understand the difference between HomeGroup and the classic networking setup, and how to make Win7 run faster. We also tell you about some of Win7′s less-known tools.
Part 2 gives you the tools and knowledge you need to never lose data again. We’ve all been there — losing a crucial document or that favorite, wacky photo of the family dog can ruin your whole day. Part 2 covers Win7′s extensive OS/data-backup system, shows you how to create a complete OS safety net, and how to recover quickly when disaster strikes.
No matter what your skill level, I think you’ll find that this concise guide saves you time and money — and hopefully relieves a good bit of the stress that always comes with moving to a new operating system.
Thanks to all our readers for your continuing support of the Windows Secrets Newsletter. And if you have a Windows topic you’d like us to consider, send it along to firstname.lastname@example.org. Happy computing!
— Tracey Capen, editor in chief
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