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All The Cool New Stuff You Can do in Windows 10 (That You Couldn't In Its Predecessor)

Whether you're a Windows 7 or 8.1 user who's still undecided about upgrading, or you have already taken the leap and are looking for new features to explore, we'll show you many things - some significant, some not so much- that Windows 10 does better than the previous versions of windows.

Introducing Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview

Get a head start evaluating Windows Server 2016-guided by the experts. Based on Technical Preview 4, John McCabe and the Windows Server team introduce the new features and capabilities, with practical insights on how Windows Server 2016 can meet the needs of your business. Get the early, high-level overview you need to begin preparing your deployment now!

Introducing Windows 10 for IT Professionals, Preview Edition

Get a head start evaluating Windows 10--with early technical insights from award-winning journalist and Windows expert Ed Bott. This guide introduces new features and capabilities, providing a practical, high-level overview for IT professionals ready to begin deployment planning now. This book is a preview, a work in progress about a work in progress. It offers a snapshot of the Windows 10 Technical Preview as of April 2015, on the eve of the BUILD Developers' Conference in San Francisco.

Deploying Windows 10: Automating deployment by using System Center Configuration Manager

Get a head start deploying Windows 10--with tips and best practices from experts in the field. This guide shows you how to deploy Windows 10 in an automated way without impacting end users by leveraging System Center Configuration Manager, which is the most used product to deploy Microsoft operating systems in the industry today.

Why AutoHotkey?: How Free AutoHotkey Adds Power to Your Windows PC and Provides You Important Brain Food (AutoHotkey Tips and Tricks Book 8)

Why AutoHotkey? is not a "how-to" book. There are plenty of other resources both in books and on the Web for that. Rather, I offer this book as a "why-to" which may stimulate you to discover how much easier AutoHotkey can make your Windows computing life. While many of the examples offered here show and discuss AutoHotkey code, they are not intended as tutorials--although people comfortable with scripting will find it easy to pick up the language. (Tip for Beginners: Start with Hotkeys and Hotstrings. They are easy to add to your PC and give you instant results.)

This book only scratches the surface of what AutoHotkey can do. Many of its capabilities, such as Windows file and folder manipulation, don't appear in this book. The depth of the capabilities of this free Windows utility language makes it impossible to include many useful applications. However, with just a little investigation, you will find much more information on the Web sparking many additional ideas for how you can use AutoHotkey. I suggest my "Free AutoHotkey Scripts and Apps for Learning Script Writing and Generating Ideas" page and the scripts page on the main AutoHotkey site.

I've broken up Why AutoHotkey? by occupation. As examples and a way to show various applications for AutoHotkey, each chapter covers one or more field of endeavor where AutoHotkey can offer assistance. By no means a complete list of occupations or possible uses for AutoHotkey, the book offers insight into AutoHotkey techniques and apps which can improve your professional (and personal) Windows computing life. However, AutoHotkey is not limited to the script I highlight here. Far from it, providing the power of most other programming languages, the free Windows scripting language is only limited by your own imagination.

o Why AutoHotkey for Learning to Program? Windows Programming Made Easy

Never programmed before? You'll find no better language for learning than AutoHotkey! Plus, it may save your intellect from precipitous decline.

o Why AutoHotkey for Writers, Bloggers, and Editors?

If you write or edit for a living (or fun) and use a Windows computer (most people do), then you should use the free AutoHotkey software.

o Why AutoHotkey for Artists and Graphic Designers?

While using AutoHotkey with Windows makes sense for most professions, it's not so obvious for artists and graphic designers.

o Why AutoHotkey for Poets?

Erstwhile multifarious poets optated for quill and parchment. Forthwith, AutoHotkey propounds the furtherance of lyrical ruminations on Windows computers.

o Why AutoHotkey for Chefs and Dieticians?

While you don't often see television chefs using computers, AutoHotkey offers guidance when cooking "Jack Stuffed Cheeseburgers" at home.

o Why AutoHotkey for Grandparents?

Remember all your grand kid's birthdays and their ages! There's no limit to the number of ways you can amuse your grandchildren with AutoHotkey. Plus, the free software gives your brain a much-needed workout!

o Why AutoHotkey for Students?

Ten reasons why every student should use the free AutoHotkey Windows tools! AutoHotkey helps you so much academically that you'll think you're cheating! Plus, it's delicious brain food and helps get you a job!

o Why AutoHotkey for Teachers and Educators?

If you and your students have access to Windows computers, then you're set! If not, well...

o Why AutoHotkey for Engineers and Scientists?

While Writing AutoHotkey scripts should be no problem for most engineers and scientist, many might be surprised by how much the free language offers in Windows tools.

o Why AutoHotkey for Internet Trolls?

If You plan on being one of the most annoying people on the web, why not make it easy on yourself?

If, after reading this book, you don't come to the conclusion that you should make AutoHotkey part of your computing life, then you don't use a Windows computer.

Microsoft System Center Building a Virtualized Network Solution

Part of a series of specialized guides on System Center, this book is specifically designed for architects and cloud fabric administrators who want to understand what decisions to make during the design process and the implications of those decisions, what constitutes best practice, and, ultimately, what to do to build out a virtualized network solution that meets today's business requirements while also providing a platform for future growth and expansion. This second edition includes coverage of the Hyper-V Network Virtualization gateway, designing a solution that extends an on-premises virtualized network solution to an external (hosted) environment, details of how to troubleshoot and diagnose some of the key connectivity challenges, and a look at the Cloud Platform System (CPS) and some of the key considerations that went into designing and building the network architecture and solution for that environment.

Microsoft System Center Integrated Cloud Platform (Introducing)

Part of a series of specialized guides on System Center - this book provides focused drilldown on managing servers. Led by series editor Mitch Tulloch, a team of System Center experts step you through key technical scenarios and management tasks.

Learn Excel VBA in 24 Hours: A quick reference for beginners

Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) is the programming language built into Microsoft Office applications (such as Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Access, and Microsoft Outlook) to automate various tasks in their own environment and to work with other applications.

This book focuses on VBA in Microsoft Excel for Windows. The discussions in the book are applicable to Excel 2007, Excel 2010, Excel 2013, and Excel 2016, unless otherwise stated. It starts with Chapter 1, which is to get you familiarize with some essential tools that help you to write your VBA programs. Chapter 2 covers the places where you should store your VBA code. Chapter 3 is the fundamentals of programming in VBA. It provides you a quick reference in writing syntax error-free VBA code, in debugging, and in handling errors. Chapter 4 offers some other tips on VBA programming.

This book is for readers who are new to Excel VBA, but should have a basic understanding of programming language, such as C or Python. The reader should be an average Excel user who knows, for example, what an array formula is. If you are new to Excel, please teach yourself Excel before exploring the chapters. You may refer to another book written by me entitled Learn Microsoft(R) Excel(R) 2010-2016 for Windows(R) in 24 Hours - A jumpstart to be an intermediate user, which was written for those who are new to Excel.

This book does not serve as a comprehensive reference for intermediate users. Nevertheless, it is a jumpstart for beginners to learn Excel VBA. It is also served as a foundation for my future books and other references that are beyond the reach of beginners.

I hope this book will shorten your time to teach yourself Excel VBA and serve as a quick reference in writing error-free and working VBA programs in realizing your goal. Let Excel VBA work for you.

A supplementary Excel file to share

The author would like to share a supplementary Excel file. It contains almost all the code listings and code statements stated in this book. Sub procedures are ready to be executed either by clicking buttons on worksheets or by accessing the Marco dialog box. Functions are ready to be tested in worksheet formulas. The file definitely facilitates you to master the content of the book. Please search the URL of the file for the book from the Author Page: or download the file from

Learn Microsoft Excel 2010-2016 for Windows in 24 Hours: A jumpstart to be an intermediate user

Microsoft(R) Excel(R) has many features. To learn most of the features, it will take you months, if not weeks. In this short book, I will introduce you some commonly used and interesting features that you may need to dig into more advanced books before knowing how to apply them.

This book is for Windows(R)-based users. All the steps, formulas, and VBA code in the book are written and carefully tested in Microsoft(R) Excel(R) 2010, 2013, and 2016 for Windows(R).

I assumed that you are either a beginner or an average Excel(R) user. Nevertheless, I assumed that a beginner should know how to open and save an Excel(R) file, and know what a cell, a range of cells, a worksheet, a dialog box, and a control (button, check box ...) are.

I hope this book will serve as a quick reference to implement some interesting features. Let Excel(R) work for you and make your work more impressive and elegant.

A Supplementary Excel(R) File to Share

The author would like to share a supplementary Excel(R) file. It contains all the working examples in this book - number formats, named formulas, formulas, ranges with conditional formatting, live calendars, a custom list of Roman numerals, data validation lists, controls on a worksheet, VBA code, and others. It definitely facilitates you to master the content of the book. Please download the file from ...

Windows 7 For Beginners: The Beginner's Guide to Microsoft Windows 7

On this simplified guide to Microsoft Windows 7, you will discover and learn step-by-step about many features of Windows 7 such as: -> The desktop -> The Start Button -> The Taskbar -> Files and folders -> Desktop icons and programs -> The Start Menu; and many more. I suggest you read this simplified guide to Microsoft Windows 7 to boost your knowledge about computers in general, and Windows 7 in particular.

Windows 8 For Beginners: The Beginner's Guide to Microsoft Windows 8

Windows 8.1 is the most recent Operating System designed by the Microsoft Company after Windows 7. Windows 8 shares many common features with Windows 7, but this is not all you need to know. There are many different items and features added to Windows 8.1 than what you know on the previous versions of Windows. The previous versions of Windows are based on the desktop technology, but Windows 8 uses what is known as the "Start Screen" not the Start Button as in other Windows. There is no Start Button icon in Windows 8.o (But 8.1 has) and this is one reason this guide was written. Starting to use a new product is like starting from zero level. But with this simplified guide to Windows 8, you will learn the main features of Windows 8 and you will love this guide.

Windows XP Professional Control Panel: For System Administrators

Windows XP Professional Control Panel is one great tool that will help you as a system administrator when you manage your system running Windows XP Professional Operating System. The book is intended for system administrators and it can also be used by any serious computer user. Since this book discusses the most critical parts of your system, I suggest you use it with extra care or else you will mess up the whole system and I will not be responsible for that by all means. You may decide to jump to any section of the book using the table of contents depending on your needs. There are ten main categories in Windows XP Professional Control Panel and all will be discussed briefly in this book. After each lesson you will be asked to test yourself. Indeed, learning through practice is always the best. You may also need to keep this book near your computer as you practice each lesson or unit. Now each unit has illustrations added - pictures...

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