Am presented with Vista Home Premium - Am trying to learn the rope

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Performance' started by Ladynobug, Nov 8, 2007.

  1. Ladynobug

    Ladynobug Guest

    Wonder of anyone has help ideas for me to learn to operate Windows Vista Home
    Premium (present from my brother), specially to
    - set up workable user accounts,
    - clean away unneccessary 'window'dressing' in email and Explorer;
    - if it is possible to increase the hard drive by using both sides
    - what security software is part of the package
    - if it is compatible with 'SpeedUpMyPC' and 'Easycleaner' to clear away
    excess duplicate files,
    - it if is provided with a user-friendly manual to address registry errors
    - if it has a facility to REALLY delete (shred) files to enable memory
    - if updates will be or are available to address the user accounts problem
    because this really scares me to use Vista at all?
    Ladynobug, Nov 8, 2007
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    Malke Guest

    Homepage -
    Vista Tips & Tricks -

    Windows Vista: The Missing Manual (Amazon link)

    Windows Vista for Starters: The Missing Manual (Amazon link)

    Windows Vista in a Nutshell: A Desktop Quick Reference (Amazon link)

    Malke, Nov 8, 2007
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    Ladynobug Guest

    Thank you for listening to Ladynobug

    Thank you Malke, I see I have to spend many hours in what I wish was a
    sinple click on the power button and off we go! So much to read, and only so
    many hours in the day, she whinges??? I have better stuff to do than this, or
    doing dishes.
    I did receive notification in email about your response, but only the top
    line of a very long browser address was highlighted ... I will do what I can
    and thank you very much for your reply.
    Ladynobug, Nov 8, 2007
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    John Hanley Guest

    Just for interest: some of the books referenced below can be checked out of
    your local library. I learned a lot by checking out "Windows Vista Step by
    Step". By going through the book page by page with the book open in front
    of your computer, you can learn a lot too.
    John Hanley, Nov 8, 2007
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