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e-books in Microsoft Operating Systems category
by Tu, Do Hoang - Github , 2017
This book helps you gain the foundational knowledge required to write an operating system from scratch. The book teaches you core concepts, such as x86 Assembly, ELF, linking and debugging on bare metal, etc., and where such information come from.
by Ed Bott - Microsoft Press , 2016
This e-book is for anyone whose responsibilities include training people to use Windows 10. The author's goal here is to introduce the building blocks of Windows 10 to you in a way that can help you answer 'How do I...' questions quickly.
by Ed Bott - Microsoft Press , 2016
Dive in to Windows 10 with Windows Expert Ed Bott in this book covering the top apps, accessories, and utilities included in the box with Windows 10. This book contains descriptions and hands-on advice to help IT Pros work faster and smarter.
by Pert Mason - Bookboon , 2014
This book is aimed at new users of the operating system Windows 8.1, installed on stationary computers or laptops. Users of computers with touchscreens may also enjoy the book, even though navigating on touchscreens is only described in one chapter.
by Ed Bott - Microsoft Press , 2013
Get a head start evaluating Windows 8.1 - with early technical insights from award-winning journalist Ed Bott. This guide introduces new features and capabilities, with scenario-based advice on how Windows 8.1 can meet the needs of your business.
- Wikibooks , 2013
This book addresses 32-bit Windows commands applicable to modern versions of Windows based on the Windows NT environment. The book first describes using the Windows NT command interpreter, how it receives, parses, and processes commands from users.
by Jerry Honeycutt - Microsoft Press , 2012
Based on the Release Preview of the software, this guide introduces new features and capabilities, with scenario-based insights demonstrating how to plan for, deploy, and maintain Windows 8 in an enterprise environment ...
by Lee Holmes - O'Reilly Media , 2010
This introduction to the PowerShell language and scripting environment provides more than 430 task-oriented recipes to help you solve the most complex and pressing problems, and includes more than 100 tested scripts you can use immediately.
by Kraig Brockschmidt - Microsoft Press , 2012
by Mitch Tulloch - Microsoft Press , 2012
This practical introduction illuminates new features and capabilities, demonstrating how the platform can meet the needs of your business. The book provides the early information you need to begin preparing now for deployment and management.
by Keith Hill , 2009
The author of this booklet wanted to capture some of the tidbits he has picked up over the last couple of years using Windows PowerShell interactively and writing production build and test scripts. The text is updated for PowerShell 2.0.
by Tina Sieber - MakeUseOf.com , 2010
This manual explains why Windows slows down and what you can do to prevent this from happening too quickly. We will explain how to store your data to reduce disk fragmentation, how you should properly remove programs to avoid registry junk, etc.
- Microsoft Corporation , 2008
A comprehensive overview of the innovative features and functions that make Windows Vista the next-generation operating system and successor to Windows XP. This guide also provides information about the benefits Windows Vista offers diverse users.
- Microsoft Press , 2005
Get step-by-step deployment instructions for the Microsoft server products that are most relevant to your midsize business. These best practices come from the Windows Server System team and are based on extensive testing in real-world environments.
by Tobias Weltner - BBS Technologies , 2009
The PowerShell Console, Interactive PowerShell, Variables, Arrays and Hashtables, The PowerShell Pipeline, Using Objects, Conditions, Loops, Functions, Scripts, Finding and Avoiding Errors, Command Discovery and Scriptblocks, and much more.
by Roderick Smith - O'Reilly Media, Inc. , 2005
An invaluable companion for any system administrator interested in integrating Linux into their Windows environment. This book takes an in-depth look at exactly how Linux can be brought into an organization that's currently based on Windows systems.
by Jane Calabria, Dorothy Burke - Sams , 2000
The book is organized into a series of easy lessons, which guide you through the Windows 2000 desktop, networking, file management, accessing the Internet, working with multiple windows, using a network printer, sharing files and folders, etc.
by Greg Perry - Sams , 2001
Sams Teach Yourself Windows XP in 24 Hours is written to teach the new Windows XP user how to get the most out of a computer. It also covers some topics for the experienced Windows user who wants to learn the new features of Windows XP.
- Techotopia , 2008
Detailed, in depth and practical information on all aspects of installing, configuring and administering Windows Server 2008 systems. Topics covered include installation and upgrades, networking, terminal services, disk and partition management, etc.
by Neil Smyth - Techotopia , 2009
This online ebook covers the basics of the Windows PowerShell, installing, creating and running PowerShell scripts, commands and aliases, variables, types, arrays, operators, functions, file handling, PowerShell and .NET, drawing graphics, security.
by Joseph Davies - Microsoft Press , 2008
Joseph Davies' book provides practical information on important TCP/IP protocols for Windows Server 2008, covers TCP/IP protocols layer by layer, and includes lots of examples of TCP/IP packets traces, illustrations, and tables.
by Jean-Paul Van Belle , 2003
This book introduces Windows XP: what does Windows do, how to use the mouse and keyboard, the desktop and its elements, starting and closing applications, controling the document appearance, how information is stored and how to find it.