Microsoft Windows Vista: What's new under the hood

Check out these excerpts from Microsoft Windows Vista Unleashed by Paul McFedries, with details on the new performance, stability and security features in Windows Vista.

SP1 and R2 Microsoft Windows Vista Unleashed
By Paul McFedries

Microsoft Windows Vista Unleashed offers IT professionals details on the new features and improvements included with Windows Vista, as well as a fresh approach to unleashing the vast potential of Microsoft's latest desktop operating system.

Purchase the full book, Microsoft Windows Vista Unleashed.

The following are excerpts from chapter one entitled "An Overview of Windows Vista."


An overview of Windows Vista
What's new under the hood


  Performance and stability improvements
  Security enhancements and other key features
  IE7, Windows Mail and Windows Calendar

Paul McFedries is the president of Logophilia Limited, a technical writing company. He has been working with computers for over 30 years, has been using Microsoft Windows since version 1, and is widely viewed as an expert in explaining Windows and Windows technology. Paul has written more than 40 books that have sold nearly three million copies worldwide.
2007
This was first published in May 2007

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