Your all-inclusive guide to Windows 10 Anniversary EditionWindows 10 Bible, Anniversary Update presents the ultimate reference for enterprise and professional Windows 10 Anniversary Update users. From setup and settings to networking and the daily workflow, this book provides expert guidance on all aspects of the OS. Read from beginning to end for a comprehensive tour of all of the nooks and crannies, or dip in as needed to find quick answers to your most pressing issues-formatted as a reference divided into mini-tutorials, this guide delves deep into the Windows 10 Anniversary Update to walk you through every inch of functionality. Personalize your settings, desktop, and security to augment the way you work; configure Windows 10 for enterprise with remote access, groups, and Hyper-V; set up a private network for two or 20 computers, and manage security to keep your content safe-everything you need to know is explained here. This book provides clear, authoritative guidance toward every aspect of the old and new to help you take advantage of everything Windows 10 Anniversary Update has to offer.
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Install and remove hardware and software
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Manage content, connect to printers, and troubleshoot issues
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Rob Tidrow has worked in the technology industry for 20 years and has authored or co-authored over 30 books on a wide variety of computer and technical topics. Jim Boyce is a former Microsoft MVP and has authored and co-authored over 50 books and hundreds of articles and white papers on computer topics including Windows, Windows Server, Office applications, and programming. Jeffrey R. Shapiro has worked in IT for more than 21 years. He has published more than 20 books on IT, network administration and software development.