on 26 October 2012
The book is deceptive; Mike Halsey writes with simple but powerful messages. His mission is to convert a Windows 8 novice into an expert.
When troubleshooting it's only common sense to concentrate on the most frequent, if boring causes. In real life you only want to get into the complex, interesting, but unlikely scenarios, once you have exhausted the obvious.
Mike gives you a professional's insight into both troubleshooting and configuring your Windows 8 machine. As a minor expert myself, the book left me with a feeling: 'Yes I have now covered everything, there are no gaps in my knowledge'. Also 'I must go back and re-read a few items that I glossed over such as refresh v reset'.