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Supporting Windows Vista provides an in-depth look at Microsoft's latest desktop and laptop operating system, Windows Vista. Topics covered include: installing Windows Vista, hardware and applications, setting up user accounts, customizing the desktop, configuring security options, monitoring performance, and troubleshooting startup problems. Written to help you easily integrate the new operating system and designed to accompany A+ Guide to Managing and Maintaining Your PC, Sixth Edition, and A+ Guide to Software, Fourth Edition, you will learn how to successfully install, maintain, secure and troubleshoot this new OS.
Table of Contents
CHAPTER 1- Installing and Maintaining Windows Vista What's New with Windows Vista Installing Vista What to Do After the Installation Vista Support Tools CHAPTER 2- Securing and Troubleshooting Windows Vista Security Improvements in Windows Vista Troubleshooting Hardware and Software Supporting Vista Startup