Best Help Guides for Win 7 Home Edition


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Roy Smith

I have a frienc who just purchased a Laptop with Win7 HE Premium 64 bit and
was somewhat used to WinXP.
He is now in a nursing home and is having problems with the new system.
He thinks MS help is totally useless.
What would be some good recommendations?
This is a good guide:

http://www.tweakguides.com/TGTC.html

It's a great guide and explains a lot of the features of Windows in
layman's terms so that even a novice can benefit from the guide. The
best part is there is a free version, or for less than $5 you can buy
one that has tons of screenshots.


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Roy Smith
Windows 7 Home Premium 64-Bit
Thunderbird 5.0
Thursday, August 11, 2011 8:11:44 PM
 
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C

crkeehn

Buffalo said:
I have a frienc who just purchased a Laptop with Win7 HE Premium 64 bit and
was somewhat used to WinXP.
He is now in a nursing home and is having problems with the new system.
He thinks MS help is totally useless.
What would be some good recommendations?
Thanks,
Buffalo
Not knowing the vision capabilities of your friend, there is an excellent
title intended for the blind or visually handicapped reader, called Windows
7 and Vista Explained. It is in large print, intended for the older user
and is very basic. I got a copy from my library for the blind. If he is
visually impaired (unable to read normal print without accomodation) he
would qualify for the service.

Carl
 
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J. P. Gilliver (John)

Roy said:
This is a good guide:

http://www.tweakguides.com/TGTC.html

It's a great guide and explains a lot of the features of Windows in
layman's terms so that even a novice can benefit from the guide. The
best part is there is a free version, or for less than $5 you can buy
one that has tons of screenshots.
Thanks for that: it looks like a really great guide, especially since
it's free - or the version with pictures is only a fiver, or the printed
version only 18 something (pounds), which is mostly the printing and
postage cost.
 

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