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Posted on Apr 16, 2013 in Windows Basics | 0 comments

Master the basics of Windows Vista

Use our free Windows Vista tutorials to help you quickly get up to speed with this Microsoft operating system. Are you looking for free Windows Vista tutorials? Lots of PC’s still run this version of Windows. If you are new to Vista then like many users you may still be struggling to get to grips with all the new features it has to offer. There are plenty of new features in this version of Windows that can improve your computing experience. These videos will show you how to take advantage of some of the best and most exciting new enhancements in Vista, many you may not even know about yet.

The videos below have been created by IT expert and Microsoft MVP (Most Valuable Professional) Marc Liron, who also created the Windows XP basics videos. They are designed to complement the free video tutorials that come with Vista as well as act as a preview or introduction to the new features of Vista. Complement the video tutorials that come with Windows Vista did we just say? That is right, Windows Vista comes with its own set of video tutorials, right out of the box! See tutorial 1 – Welcome to the Welcome Center for how to access them.

Please click on any of the links below to be taken to the relevant tutorial.

Video 1 – free Windows Vista tutorials – Welcome to the Welcome Centre
Video 2 – The new look Start Menu
Video 3 – Exploring Windows Vista Explorer
Video 4 – The new Windows Vista sidebar
Video 5 – The low-down on User Account Controls
Video 6 – The Vista Photo Gallery
Video 7 – Vista’s powerful search functionality
Video 8 – Back up your valuable data
Video 9 – Windows Flip
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