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Posted on May 16, 2013 in Windows 7, Windows Basics | 0 comments

Master the basics of Microsoft Windows 7 and find out what’s new in this version of Windows

Our free Windows 7 tutorials will help you quickly become an expert! Windows 7 is faster, easier to use and more fun than any version of Windows before. We’ve been using Windows 7 since the launch of the beta (test) versions here at and we are pleased to bring you some great tutorials for the operating system. If you are still wondering what all the fuss is about, you can now view our tutorial videos and see for yourself some of the great new features that Windows 7 includes. If you are already using the operating system, you can now learn more about its powerful new features as well as brushing up on your general Windows skills.

Don’t forget our Windows 7 Superguide is now available. If you want to completely master Windows 7, click here!

Tutorial 1 – Introduction to the Desktop
Tutorial 2 – Exploring the Start Menu
Tutorial 3 – Windows in Windows 7
Tutorial 4 – Navigating your personal folders
Tutorial 5 – Organizing files and folders using the context menu
Tutorial 6 – Working with multiple files and folders
Tutorial 7 – Using libraries
Tutorial 8 – Folder properties
Tutorial 9 – Folder options
Tutorial 10 – Using the Recycle Bin
Tutorial 11 – Advanced Start Menu options
Tutorial 12 – Exploring your computer with ‘Computer’
Tutorial 13 – Taskbar jump lists and customization
Tutorial 14 – The Notification Area (System Tray)
Tutorial 15 – Search is everywhere in Windows 7 too
Tutorial 16 – The low down on User Account Controls in Windows 7
Tutorial 17 – Devices and Printers

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