Item description for More Windows Vista for Seniors: Customizing and Managing Your Computer (Computer Books for Seniors series) by Studio Visual Steps...
Overview A guide to Microsoft Windows Vista for seniors covers such topics as computer security, creating user accounts, burning CDs and DVDs, installing and deleting programs, and backups and system restore.
Written specifically for seniors who want to manage their own computers, this guide explains how Windows Vista can be configured to an individual's own preferences and teaches the beginner how to navigate through this sometimes intimidating new technology. Various lessons include how to protect a computer with Windows Security Center and set up passwords, as well as how to burn data CDs and create backups. Full of helpful screenshots and a convenient reference section, this large-print, easy-to-read guide will help those with little or no technical background begin to understand all that can be achieved with Windows Vista.
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Studio: Visual Steps Publishing
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.8" Width: 7.8" Height: 1" Weight: 1.95 lbs.
Release Date Oct 1, 2007
Publisher Visual Steps Publishing
ISBN 905905055X ISBN13 9789059050556
Availability 0 units.
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Windows Vista for Seniors and other similar books by this company Feb 26, 2009
I recently ordered More Windows Vista for Seniors from this site to complement the two I already have: Windows Vista for Seniors and Internet and E-Mail for Seniors. Having not used a computer since 1985, I had much to learn when we purchased a computer last March. These books are easy to use, easy to understand, and start with good simple instructions on how to turn your computer on and off ... basic, but you need to know this. Print is easy to read, pictures are large, information is well-organized and tells you exactly what to do. My friends are impressed that I've been able to teach myself how to use the computer, and I'm thrilled to find such user-friendly books.