I'm delighted to announce that my 170 page Windows 7 Power Users Guide is now completely FREE to download and own as an eBook. The book is for people of all technical ability from complete novices to IT Pros.
UPDATE : In the first day of it's release as a free eBook, the Windows 7 Power Users Guide has received more than half a million hits!
The book contains 16 chapters and is a guide on how to get the very best out of Windows 7 from installation to configuration and advanced operations.
It includes step-by-step guides, screenshots and diagrams on every page, quick tips throughout the book and is presented in full color.
From the author of Troubleshooting Windows 7 Inside Out from Microsoft Press... A book for people who use Windows 7 at home or at work and know it can do more for them, but who don't know how. The Windows 7 Power Users Guide contains helpful how-to's, full colour pictures and quick tips to guide you through everything from using the Start Menu and Taskbar to backing up your documents and identifying and fixing problems
You can download the book from my online book store or directly from my website here. Just visit the store page and click on the add to cart link there.
You do need to follow the check out process and create an account on the site, but the ebook itself is completely free. The guide is available as a pdf document.
The account creation requires you to enter an email address, name and password but that is about it. Note that the account creation does not require email verification.
If you prefer paperback, you can also buy it in this format instead to read a hard copy of the book instead.
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