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||Mark Justice Hinton|
||September 15, 2009|
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69 of 70 found the following review helpful:
Windows 7 Dummies bookJul 13, 2010
By C. L. Rybolt
"greyt hound enthusiast"
I have just started going through the Windows 7 for Seniors for Dummies book, slowly. The "seniors" means big print which I appreciate. I have had a computer for years and was familiar with the XP and find that this version is an improvement on that. It may take me some time to review all the information in the book, however I am finding it very useful.
67 of 70 found the following review helpful:
MrFeb 12, 2010
I am 69. I am a dummie.This is my first computer. This book led me through step by step that I could understend.What I like most about it is that I can connect to Mr Mark Justice Hinton directly without going on a wild goose chase on the internet like the bad time I had and have with KODAK, STAPLES, DELL, ADOBE etc
43 of 45 found the following review helpful:
I AM a dummie and an octgenarian....Apr 09, 2010
By An Amazon Customer
I find this book just right for me; I am embarrassed to ask
my little grandchildren for help. This answers all my 'dumb'
questions with clarity and dispatch!
18 of 18 found the following review helpful:
Windows 7 for seniors for dummiesMar 18, 2010
By John M. Beverage
Windows 7 for seniors has been a lot of help in acquainting me with this new operating system. At first I was frustrated and was tempted to go back to XP, but now I am beginning to like it. I am glad there is an edition for senior dummies as well as for regular dummies!
40 of 45 found the following review helpful:
OKFeb 21, 2010
By Geoffrey Duncan
Windows 7 for seniors for dummies is a bit to light for me. I wanted to know about Windows 7 and not how to use a mouse or log on to sites. Its a little to basic for anyone who has been through windows XP and/or Vista and just wants the main differences between them and Window 7. Fine for begining computer users with this as their first OS.
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