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  • By Tall Dee on April 14, 2014

    I've had this book for some time now. I purchased a laptop back last November with Windows 8 on it. I did not like Win 8 at all, at first. So I cheated and got one of those "looks like Win 7" desktops. But then I did upgrade to Windows 8.1 as soon as it was released and decided I'd learn the operating system because that's (probably) the future. The text helped me a lot. It IS easy to follow. You've just got to be patient. I just finished building my 2014 gaming PC (I've been a PC gamer since the late 80s and build a new one every year) and I bought Windows 8.1 Professional for my operating system. I feel comfortable with 8.1 now and you will too after spending the 80 to 100 hands-on hours on the keyboard and mouse over a period of months to get really comfortable with it, as I did! The Step by Step book is great; the time spent to learn Windows 8.1 isn't, but it's necessary, like taking medicine that you know is good for you, but you don't like the taste. Have fun, heh, heh.

  • By Sputterkar on August 28, 2014

    If you are like me and purchase manuals such as this, you buy it as a support tool and don't read it from cover to cover. That means it has to have a good index so you can find what you want quickly assuming you know the terminology for what you need to know, it has a good index. It covers a lot of information but those of us accustomed to previous versions will be a bit confused at first. So reading the first couple of chapters may be help for the seasoned Windows user, beyond that, check the indexIt also offers someone who may be new to Windows (which is possible though difficult to imagine in this day and age) guidance and I would recommend reading from cover to cover.

  • By Old EnglishMajor on May 5, 2014

    Wish I didn't need it, but Bill Gates keeps finding ways to make us buy stuff like this. Does what it says. No color pics and rather textbook-like,but it a fine reference book for those times when you just want to throw your Win 8.1 machine out the window.

  • By DSR on September 15, 2014

    It's an ok book if you're new to computers or if you're upgrading from Windows 95 to Windows 8.1, if you have a basic idea on how to work around Microsoft OS then this book is more of the same, with that said this is the perfect book for that uncle that keeps calling you asking what did he do with some files or how do you turn off the annoying start screen.This is not a good book for a support person unless your users are super basic when it comes to using a computer.This book won't get you any closer to any Microsoft certification, is a basic user manual.

  • By Crochet Hook on March 20, 2014

    I was highly skeptical about Windows 8.1 I got this book before the new computer. It told me exactly what I needed to know. I'm not a gamer or much of an app user so a lot of the book did not apply to me. But I recommend it as a good comprehensive tutorial of Windows 8.1 for anyone going to the new operating system. If you have XP consider upgrading as it will not be supported by Microsoft after April 2014.

  • By Joseph F. Ferrie on December 22, 2013

    In depth discourse on Windows 8.1 Things you need to know and things that you might never come across unless you're a techie

  • By Penapet on August 12, 2017

    Helps clear the fog on this OS.

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