Written by Allen Wyatt (last updated September 24, 2018)
No, this isn't an advertisement. (Read on!) I ran across what appears to be a great resource a while back, forgot about it for a time, ran across it again, and finally thought I would share it with others. One of the minions over at Microsoft has put together a list of free e-books relating to Windows and Windows technologies. You can find his post about this resource over at the MSDN blogs, here:
A quick perusal of the e-book offerings shows that some of the e-books are probably worth downloading, while others will be of very niche interest. (Microsoft System Center or Lync, anyone?) The e-books are available in a variety of formats, including PDF, DOC, DOCX, EPUB, MOBI, and a few others.
Anyway, check it out. You might be surprised (and delighted) at what you find in this treasure trove of wide-ranging goodies.
This tip (13177) applies to Windows 7, 8, and 10.
If you are done using Windows for a while, it is a good idea to shut down your system. Windows provides several different ...Discover More
Normally Windows Defender is used in an online environment. You can, if desired, also use it offline. This tip describes ...Discover More
The need for currency conversions is an increasing need in a more connected world. The calculator found within Windows 10 ...Discover More
Nice link, except it's dated 2017. Is it still available?