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In Windows 7 Essential Training, David Rivers helps users of any level feel comfortable with the improvements and enhancements found in Microsoft's operating system. From simple navigation through the updated graphic user interface, David shows how to install or upgrade and get the most out of Windows 7. He covers using the new Internet Explorer 8 and boosting a computer's memory with the ReadyBoost tool. He also highlights hardware configuration options and explores the advances made connecting a home or work system with Windows Live, the cloud-computing environment made available for Windows 7 users. Exercise files accompany this course.
If you're a premium subscriber or if you purchase this title on disc, you'll have access to the Exercise Files. A number of the lessons in this title will make use of exercise files and if you plan on following along with me, you might consider placing the Exercise Files folder in a convenient location, such as the Desktop. Inside the Exercise Files folder, you'll find sub-folders corresponding to any of the chapters, where exercise files might be used. Inside those sub-folders, you'll find additional sub-folders, corresponding to the individual movie that uses an exercise file and inside those folders is where you'll find the actual files we'll use.
Now, if you don't have access to the Exercise Files, don't worry. You can still learn lots by sitting back, relaxing and watching.
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