Best user manual on windows 7

  n4165si 14:18 21 Jul 2010

Does anyone have knowledge of a good user manual that can easily be interpreted by old age pensioners

  MAT ALAN 15:12 21 Jul 2010

click here
if you click on the start button on the media player on each page it gives you very simple instructions to some of the basics...

  n4165si 16:01 21 Jul 2010

Thank you for the info ,it will do nicely

  onthelimit 16:41 21 Jul 2010

If you prefer a hard copy, I've found the For Dummies series to be very easily understood (even by me!).

  Terry Brown 20:58 21 Jul 2010

If you want to have a look for the best one for you, go to your local Library, and you will see a selection of windows books (all versions).

Spend a while looking through them or borrow (up to 14 books) on your library ticket, and study at home, before you buy a book that does not suit you.

  KremmenUK 07:11 23 Jul 2010

The 'Inside Out' book is very comprehensive. It can be read as a book or just used for reference.

Don't by the Simple Steps book as it's useless.

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