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Windows 7: Best Windows 7 References?


21 Aug 2012   #1
Hell Bomb

 
Best Windows 7 References?

Anyone got any suggestions? I have a pretty thorough knowledge of windows 7 and am looking to get the greatest collection of knowledge possible. I already have been through the windows 7 inside and out deluxe, and been though google more than I would like to admit, anyone got any good references for pretty much anything advanced windows 7? Modding, administrating, security & configuration, etc?


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21 Aug 2012   #2
richc46

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For the best information available on the net or off
Tutorials - Windows 7 Forums
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21 Aug 2012   #3
ignatzatsonic

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Windows 7 SP1, Home Premium, 64-bit
 
 

I'd guess the most detailed info would be at various locations within Microsoft.com and related links from people like Mark Russovich, etc. You just have to drill down.

I'm not sure about any published books.

I'm not sure if MS offers any certifications in Windows 7. If they do, the study material for those certifications would likely be a good idea. Ten or 15 years ago, there were numerous books published on all types of MS certification levels, but for all I know the books have been replaced by online material?
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21 Aug 2012   #4
Layback Bear

Windows 7 Pro. 64/SP-1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by richc46 View Post
For the best information available on the net or off
Tutorials - Windows 7 Forums

That's the best answer I can think of.
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21 Aug 2012   #5
Hell Bomb

 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by richc46 View Post
For the best information available on the net or off
Tutorials - Windows 7 Forums
not gunna lie, been through pretty much all of it xD lol still wanna know more! lol?...
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22 Aug 2012   #6
rraod

MS Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit SP1
 
 

Look for some books from Microsoft Press which are for advanced study. Also look for sites/forums where advanced topics are explained/discussed.

Here is a list of some good books (though not exhaustive). But you can start here for your journey into the Windows 7 realms.

Automating Windows 7 Installation for Desktop and VDI Environments
Big Book of Windows Hacks
Deploying Windows 7 Essential Guidance
Easy Microsoft Windows 7
Global Knowledge Expert Reference - Windows 7
Inside Windows Rootkits
Microsoft Windows 7 On Demand
Microsoft Windows Internals
Microsoft Windows 7 Unleashed
Microsoft Windows 7 Your Way - Speed Up and Customize Window
MSFN's Unattended Windows - Unattended Windows Introduction
MS Windows Group Policy Guide
MS Windows Power Shell - Step by Step
MS Windows Registry Guide
MS Windows Scripting Self - Paced Learning Guide
The Ultimate Win 7 guide
The Windows 7 Power User's Guide
Tweaking Companion for Win 7
Understanding Microsoft Virtualization Solutions
Welcome to Windows 7
Windows Administration Resource Kit
Windows Power Shell v2
MS Windows Desktop Deployment Resource Kit
Windows 7 - The Pocket Guide
Windows 7 Administrators Pocket Consultant
Windows 7 All-in-One Dummies
Windows 7 Anytime Upgrade
Windows 7 Bible
Windows 7 For Dummies
Windows 7 In Depth
Windows 7 Inside Out Deluxe Edition
Windows 7 Inside Out
Windows 7 Product Guide
Windows 7 QuickSteps
Windows 7 Resource Kit
Windows 7 Secrets
Windows 7 Simpified
Windows 7 Step by Step
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22 Aug 2012   #7
Hell Bomb

 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by rraod View Post
Look for some books from Microsoft Press which are for advanced study. Also look for sites/forums where advanced topics are explained/discussed.

Here is a list of some good books (though not exhaustive). But you can start here for your journey into the Windows 7 realms.

Automating Windows 7 Installation for Desktop and VDI Environments
Big Book of Windows Hacks
Deploying Windows 7 Essential Guidance
Easy Microsoft Windows 7
Global Knowledge Expert Reference - Windows 7
Inside Windows Rootkits
Microsoft Windows 7 On Demand
Microsoft Windows Internals
Microsoft Windows 7 Unleashed
Microsoft Windows 7 Your Way - Speed Up and Customize Window
MSFN's Unattended Windows - Unattended Windows Introduction
MS Windows Group Policy Guide
MS Windows Power Shell - Step by Step
MS Windows Registry Guide
MS Windows Scripting Self - Paced Learning Guide
The Ultimate Win 7 guide
The Windows 7 Power User's Guide
Tweaking Companion for Win 7
Understanding Microsoft Virtualization Solutions
Welcome to Windows 7
Windows Administration Resource Kit
Windows Power Shell v2
MS Windows Desktop Deployment Resource Kit
Windows 7 - The Pocket Guide
Windows 7 Administrators Pocket Consultant
Windows 7 All-in-One Dummies
Windows 7 Anytime Upgrade
Windows 7 Bible
Windows 7 For Dummies
Windows 7 In Depth
Windows 7 Inside Out Deluxe Edition
Windows 7 Inside Out
Windows 7 Product Guide
Windows 7 QuickSteps
Windows 7 Resource Kit
Windows 7 Secrets
Windows 7 Simpified
Windows 7 Step by Step
Books you can recommend from personal experience or you just found a list on some site?
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22 Aug 2012   #8
rraod

MS Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit SP1
 
 

I own these books.

I mean I have the copies of the above books.
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