Robert Harvey

The Greycynic at home
Helpful votes received on reviews: 100% (116 of 116)
Location: London, England
In My Own Words:
A failed physicist who lives and works as an office manager in London. He has done many things from stage lighting while a student, through testing intruder alarms to designing and implementing computer systems.

Thinking, reasoning, beinging challenged. Reading science fiction and history. Listening to classical music and jazz. Fascinated by images, photography, computing, and managing small organisations.


Top Reviewer Ranking: 3,195,292 - Total Helpful Votes: 116 of 116
Windows® 7 Inside Out by Ed Bott
116 of 116 people found the following review helpful
At over 1000 pages this is no lightweight book in any sense, yet it is also a very good read. The style is engaging and it is packed with useful information. The approach is realistic, the authors do not just assume that the reader is moving on from Vista, there is plenty for those who are upgrading from earlier versions of Windows.

The book is organized in six parts each covering a specific area of setting up and working with Windows 7. You can read it through from beginning to end but you can equally well dip in at any point. However, Part 1 is essential reading for all users with Chapter 2 giving the best discussion of how to install any version of Windows that I have seen to… Read more