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Windows 7: The Complete Windows 7 Product Guide & eBook from Micro

02 Oct 2009   #1
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The Complete Windows 7 Product Guide & eBook from Micro

The Complete Windows 7 Product Guide & eBook from Microsoft

"The ultimate & complete Windows 7 product guide is here. Its an 8Mb and 140 pages long file, and as expected, a very comprehensive guide and covers everything you would want from one! You can view the slide show here, maybe bookmark this page and return when you need to..."

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