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Windows 10 Inside Out

Windows 10 Inside Out

3rd Edition

Ed Bott, Craig Stinson

Jan 2019, Paperback, 912 pages
ISBN13: 9781509307661
ISBN10: 1509307664
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Microsoft used to release a new version of Windows every three years or so. With Windows 10, that pace has quickened, with new Windows 10 feature updates arriving every six months.

That’s why, less than three years after the initial release of Windows 10 Inside Out, we’re working on an all-new Third Edition for 2019. Windows 10 Inside Out, 3rd Edition will include coverage of a long list of new and improved features released in 2018, including the all-new Timeline feature and major changes in Microsoft Edge.

Last year, the installed base of Windows 10-powered PCs increased by more than 100 million. That pace of adoption will continue to rise as Windows users face the imminent end of support for Windows 7 a less than 18 months after this book is published.

Those new Windows 10 users will be under intense pressure to learn about Windows 10 quickly, and even early adopters will be looking for more up-to-date information sources. Windows 10 Inside Out, 3rd Edition will have both groups covered.

The format and page count of this new edition will not change significantly from previous editions. Inside, though, we’re revising the content (see the attached chapter outline) to emphasize what’s new in recent updates and how to adapt to the faster pace of change in the “Windows as a service” era.

As always, the Windows 10 Inside Out audience includes both Windows experts and those who aspire to be experts. The primary focus is on features that individuals can configure and manage on their own devices, but it also includes detailed discussions of tools that consultants and IT professionals can use to manage Windows 10 PCs in business environments.

Part I: Windows 10 essentials
Chapter 1: What every Windows 10 user needs to know
Chapter 2: Setup and deployment
Chapter 3: Using and customizing Windows
Chapter 4: Personalizing Windows
Chapter 5: Managing updates

Part II: Productivity
Chapter 6: Installing and configuring apps and desktop programs
Chapter 7: Using and managing built-in Windows apps
Chapter 8: Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer
Chapter 9: Storage and file management
Chapter 10: Cortana and Windows search

Part III: Managing Windows 10
Chapter 11: User accounts and passwords
Chapter 12: Performance and power management
Chapter 13: Networking and security
Chapter 14: Hardware and devices
Chapter 15: Troubleshooting, backup, and recovery

Part IV: For IT professionals and Windows experts
Chapter 16: Hyper-V
Chapter 17: Managing business PCs
Chapter 18: Advanced networking and security
Chapter 19: PowerShell and other advanced management tools
Chapter 20: Mobile computing

Appendix A: Editions and licensing
Appendix B: Windows Insider
Appendix C: Help and support