Do you have a new Windows Vista-powered computer? Or have you upgraded to Vista from Windows XP? You'll quickly discover that this exciting new operating system from Microsoft is a huge evolution in how your PC works. From simple office operations to loading graphics-heavy texas hold em websites. Vista makes your computer more secure, easier to navigate and more fun than ever before.
In this fun and fast-paced DVD, TV personality and author Andy Walker takes you through what you need to know to get started with Windows Vista. He covers Vista "out of the box" to show you what critical tasks you need to do the first time you start Vista up. The Vista Essentials section reveals exciting new features in security and productivity. Then in Vista Tips and Tricks, you'll learn the secrets of Vista geeks, without having to become one.
And another GSV first: You now have the option of a standard DVD, or a hi-def WMV-HD DVD. Enjoy the clarity of crisp, clear screen shots while watching the video on your computer or WMV compatible device in full hi-definition resolution.
About Andy Walker:
Andy Walker is one of North America's top technology journalists.
Between 2002 and 2004, Andy was the executive editor of Berkeley, CA based Dig_iT magazine, a publication focused on the digital lifestyle, founded by tech publishing pioneers David Bunnell and Fred Davis.
From 2004 to 2005, Andy co-hosted and co-produced thre internationally syndicated show Call For Help with Leo Laporte and Amber MacArthur.
He is the author of Absolute Beginner's Guide to Security, Spam, Spyware and Viruses (Que Publishing) and has signed to write his second book, Windows Vista Help Desk, which is slated for release in late 2006. Andy currently hosts and produces the video podcast Lab Rats with gadget guy Sean Carruthers and appears on AM 640 Toronto Monday nights with radio personality Mike Stafford.
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