Hacking Windows Vista: ExtremeTech
Publisher: Wiley | May, 2007 | English | 316 pages | 17.7 MB
Vista is the most radical revamping of Windows since 1995. However, along with all the fantastic improvements, there are a couple of things that likely drive you up the wall. Dont worry, though just join forces with author Steve Sinchak and youll end up feeling as though Microsoft designed Vista just for you! He shows you how to tweak logon screen settings, build custom Sidebar gadgets, personalize Aero Glass with themes and visual styles, turn your PC into an HDTV media center, fine tune your firewall, and more.From the Back Cover
?Why didn?t they ask me before they did that??
Vista is the most radical revamping of Windows since 1995. But along with all the fantastic improvements, there are a couple of things that drive you up the wall. Maybe you?re not seeing the performance you expect. Security is better, but boy, is it annoying. And what?s with that interface thing that?s just in the way? Well, you can fix all that. When you and Steve Sinchak are finished, you?ll think Microsoft designed Vista just for you.How to improve the view
A few of the things you?ll learn to do
Tweak logon screen settings
Build custom Sidebar gadgets
Personalize Aero Glass with themes and visual styles
Customize Internet Explorer? 7
Configure BIOS for maximum boot speed
Crank up Windows? Explorer
Turn your PC into an HDTV Media Center
Fine-tune your firewallAbout the Author
Steve Sinchak, in addition to being a Microsoft MVP, is an entrepreneur who runs a Web development firm, Advanced PC Media LLC. He has worked with computers for 15 years and writes for several geek-oriented Web sites, including TweakVista.com. Steve is a systems engineer for a Global 100 company and the author of several books, including Hacking Windows XP, also published by Wiley.
Wiley (May, 2007)Language:
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