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Free Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 ebooks from Microsoft

Microsoft is leaving no stone unturned in making sure that end users, IT Professionals and developers can access information that will help them embrace Microsoft’s latest release of desktop and server operating system. In one such move the Redmond company has released two ebooks focused on Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2, that are available for free download. Users looking to adopt Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 will find lots of helpful advice and suggestions in them.

Introducing Windows Server 2008 R2

winserver2008 “Introducing Windows Server 2008 R2” is designed to simplify the installation and management of the latest iteration of Windows Server for large organizations running Windows-based servers. Covering every aspect of Windows Server 2008 R2 in nine chapters and approximately 200 pages is clearly an impossible task. Rather than try to cover everything, we’ve focused on what is new and important, while giving you the context from Windows Server 2008.

Deploying Windows 7 Essential Guidance from the Windows 7 Resource Kit and TechNet Magazine

deploying-windows-7 “Microsoft’s eBook Deploying Windows 7 Essential Guidance from the Windows 7 Resource Kit and TechNet Magazine” combine selected chapters written by industry experts Mitch Tulloch, Tony Northrup, Jerry Honeycutt, Ed Wilson, and the Windows 7 Team with select Windows 7 articles from TechNet Magazine. Sample topics include: Deployment Platform, Planning Deployment, Testing Application Compatability, and 8 Common Issues in Windows 7 Migrations.


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