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Windows 10 Bible - Free for a Limited Time (Regular Price $32.99) @ Tradepub


A complete, detailed Windows 10 reference for beginners and power users alike.

Windows 10 Bible is one of the most thorough references on the market with complete coverage of Windows 10. Whether you're a beginner seeking guidance or a power-user looking for fresh tips and tricks, this book contains everything you could ever hope to know about the Windows operating system. You will get the insider guidance of a Microsoft support manager as you discover everything there is to know about Windows customization, content management, networking, hardware, performance, security, and more. Step-by-step instructions walk you through new and important procedures, and screen shots help you stay on track every step of the way.

Whether you're starting from scratch or just looking to become more proficient, this guide is your ideal solution. You'll learn just what Windows can do, and how to take full advantage so you can get more done faster.

Go beyond the desktop to personalize the system
Manage your content, media, software, and security
Eliminate issues related to printing, faxing, and scanning
Fine-tune performance, connect to a network, work with the cloud, and more

Whether you want a complete basic introduction or the nitty-gritty detail, Windows 10 Bible has you covered.

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  • Couldn't figure out their janky phone number system for the form to fill in.

    • For 02 3456 7890, you'd enter "61234567890"

  • +1

    It is the gospel truth.

  • +3

    A black and white scan of an 888 page PDF book. I used a random US address and phone number adjusted by a few digits. I suspect that this book isn't worth much more than free as everything in it can be accessed more easily using Google.

  • +9

    It's a story about love, deception, greed, lust and…unbridled enthusiasm.

  • +9

    Great…..I needed this as my Windows 10 died on me. After 3 days of reading the book it came back from the dead.

  • +2

    In the beginning Bill created the system…

    • in the beginning…. a window was opened!

    • In the beginning blah blah and it was good. Then Bill enticed the people to partake of the forbidden fruit.

  • once downloaded… is it ok to pass on to other people?

    • Only if they are protected..

    • Jehovah's?

    • Can you post a link to it here?

  • What did the last chapter reveal?

    • +2

      2000 years and waiting for the best OS.

      • or the latest android on samsung devices

    • "Best when read on a Mac computer"

  • Thought it might have been a bible that is compatible with Windows 10

    • +1

      Mee too. I thought it was bible software.

  • In the beginning William Henry Gates III boughtcreated DOS. But that's not important right now.
    Some time later, He created Windows, and it was pretty good, what with it's WIMP interface and all that. But then there was much wailing and gnashing of teeth, and the users did rise up and say "the windows do not overlapeth!" And so it came to pass (75 months later) that Windows 2 was released, and verily the windows overlapethed very nicely, thank you. But the users did rise up again, exclaiming "one work-of-the-devil-program doth stop others from running!" and so, in 1995 "Dollar" implemented preemptive multitasking and didst purchase and much play the tune "Start Me Up" and the people did rejoice.
    Oh yeah, and much later Windows 10 was released.

    • You forgot to mention Vista being cast into the lake of fire…

      • +1

        Yeah, was also going to mention ME being the work of Beelzebub but left them out for brevity.

        • What's the real reason? You chicken, McFly?

        • +3

          @kahn: Kaaaaaahhhhhhnnnnnnnn!!!!!! Nobody calls me chicken.

  • +3
    • Oops - I though that would allow me to download directly, but it's just mailed another link through to you

      What a stupid system - I hate these email harvesting buillshit "deals".

  • My fellow believers - It's clear that many of you have read the true word of God - and that is good

  • I used the Linkedin option and it tried to change my Linkedin password??

    The email using the link that was generated is from Linkedin Security and reads:

    Hi xxxx,

    You recently requested a password reset.

    To change your LinkedIn password, click here or paste the following link into your browser: https://xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

    The link will expire in 24 hours, so be sure to use it right away.

    Thanks for using LinkedIn!

    The LinkedIn Team

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