What’s on the DVD in the Windows 7 For Dummies DVD bundle?
I can’t find that information anywhere.
A: Windows 7 For Dummies is often sold with a bundled training DVD.
The bundled DVD contains about two hours of video training that walks you through many of the steps described in the book.
For example, the video below describes how to save and download information you’ve found helpful on the Internet (it’s just one of many videos on the DVD):
You can watch the DVD either through your computer’s DVD drive or a DVD player connected to your TV.
Here’s the DVD’s table of contents:
Getting Started with Windows 7
- Launching Windows 7 For the First Time
- Touring the Interface
- Playing with Windows
- Using the Windows 7 Help System
- Logging Off, Shutting Down, and Restarting Windows 7
Working with Programs and Files
- Starting a Program
- Navigating Windows 7
- Opening and Saving a Document
- Setting Up a Printer
- Printing a Document
Getting Things Done Online
- Connecting to the Internet
- Working with Internet Explorer
- Saving and Downloading from the Internet (This video is the one I’ve shown above)
- Getting Started with Windows Live Mail
- Jazzing Up the Desktop
- Setting Up User Accounts
- Tweaking Toolbars, Taskbars, and Menus
- Adding and Removing Programs
Windows Media Options
- Getting Started with Media Player
- Organizing Your Library
- Playing Your Media
- Burning CDs and DVDs
Part of Tens
- Ten Common Problems and How to Fix Them
- Ten (or so) Helpful Windows Applications
The Windows 7 For Dummies DVD bundle is available from Amazon, along with most other bookstores.