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Windows 7 for XP Professionals

Windows 7 will be the successor to Windows XP for most organizations running Windows clients. What can system administrators expect when upgrading to the new operating system? What are the most important differences for the IT pro, and how does all this new technology work?

This book has the answers clear, simple, and to the point. The subjects in this book focus on real-world experience; giving you the technical information you need without the marketing chat. Windows 7 for XP Professionals benefits IT professionals who are responsible for setting up and maintaining medium- to large-sized networks.

The book contains an in-depth overview of the essential changes since Windows XP in terms of deploying, managing, securing, and migrating to Windows 7. The new version of Windows offers unprecedented opportunities and challenges. Let Windows 7 for XP Professionals help make your migration seamless.

  Paperback: 384 pages

Publisher: Books4brains; 1st edition (November 16, 2009)

Language: English ISBN-10: 9072389042

ISBN-13: 978-9072389046

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About the Author

Raymond Comvalius is an independent consultant and trainer from the Netherlands. Since 1996 he has developed and implemented network infrastructures based on various Microsoft products at business and governmental sites. He recently played a significant role in designing the new Windows Vista-based desktop for a large Netherlands bank. Since 1998, he has been training and presenting a wide range of infrastructure and security-related courses. He regularly publishes articles on the Internet.

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