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Reviews and Collections
- Steve Sinchak's Windows Vista Usability Tips Articles
This is a wonderful collection of very useful articles by Steve, a Microsoft MVP, author and most definitely a Microsoft Enthusiast!
- Windows Vista RTM FAQ and Quick Start Guide - March 2007 Edition
- As Sidebar Geek wrote when describing Windows Vista RTM FAQ and Quick Start Guide - March 2007 Edition:
"Andre is excellent at writing extremely useful and comprehensive FAQ's and I've used him as a resource for directing folks to the right information - especially with Windows Vista and Office 2007. Andre is also responsible for ActiveWin's 70+ page Windows Vista Review. You should check that out too."
ActiveWin's review has long been bookmarked and now Andre Da Costa's updated FAQ/Quick Start Guide has also been bookmarked in Reviews and Collections.
- Windows Vista User Guide
"This site contains information about the various editions of Windows Vista, from Windows Vista starter to Windows Vista Ultimate Edition. Details on pricing and feature comparisons can also be found as well as methods of upgrading your current pc running Windows XP to Windows Vista will be detailed in easy to follow steps and plenty of screenshots to explain the exact procedures on how to upgrade."
While you are at Windows Vista User Guide, check out the collection of Windows Vista Screenshots, a gallery of all the applications within Windows Vista
- Desktop Wallpaper
I came by this gadget via VistaJuice. The following description is from the download page:
"Similar to the MS Slide Show Gadget, but also changes your desktop wallpaper at set intervals. It also allows more scaling options that Vista supports by default, such as "Maintain aspect ratio" and "Crop to fit screen". If you don't want the slide show, you can set it to "preview next wallpaper" instead. Any issues, please visit the Gadget home page on www.aeroxp.org"
- Install Windows Vista from a high speed USB 2.0 Flash Drive (How to)
Kurt Shintaku was inspired to follow through on the above tutorial by Josh's post on Creating A Bootable WinPE 2.0 USB Key. He created step-by-step instructions, some of which was adapted from Josh's instructions.