Book review: Windows 7 for XP Professionals

When Windows 7 came out, Raymond P.L. Comvalius (MVP) published a book named “Windows 7 for XP Professionals”. Last week I’ve finally found the time to read it… and I must say it was one of the most comprehensive, detailed and extensive technical books I have read so far.

From the Windows Libraries to the Problem Steps Recorder, from the deployment- (very extensive) and migration tools to IPv6 and DirectAccess or AppLocker and BitLocker… and ofcourse much, much more. Raymond has covered them all! And that only in just 366 pages 😀

If you are thinking about, planning, designing or implementing a Windows 7 desktop infrastructure, this book is a serious must-read.

I can write a humongous post about this book, but I can’t compete with first hand experience… so my advice is to buy the book and make some time to enjoy reading it… I promise it will be worth your time!

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