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Date: 2008-09-25
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AIR Essential Training: Install a simple AIR application
In this video training series, Lynda.com instructor David Gassner describes how to create a simple AIR application using Notepad to create a simple HTML file. He then shows how to create an application descriptor file that describes how to compile the application through the AIR compiler, and how to test and compile the application.

Windows Vista Essential Training: Installing software
important tips before you install your old or new software on your Windows Vista machine
In this video training series, Lynda.com instructor Jeff Van West discusses some best practices techniques on installing software, new or old under Windows Vista. He offers a few things to think about before you install new software, such as closing your programs before you install new software, and if you think there might be some sort of issue, restart your computer.

Windows Vista Essential Training: Drivers
Hooking up your old devices to your Windows Vista PC
In this video training series, Lynda.com instructor Jeff Van West discusses the wonderful topic of device drivers. He defines what a driver is, what it does and how it affects your system, and how your OS communicates with devices such as scanners, printers, hard drives, and DVDs. Some of the topics he discusses include how to search for drivers on the Internet if needed, and how to work in the device manager to set up your devices.

AIR Essential Training: Installing the AIR SDK on Windows
Part 2 covers installing the AIR SDK on Mac OS X
In this video training series, Lynda.com instructor David Gassner describes installing the AIR Software Developers kit (SDK) on Windows. He gives you the Adobe URL to download it. To do this, you're going to need two software packages.

Windows Vista Essential Training: Hardware Compatibility
In this video training series, Lynda.com instructor Jeff Van West explains that before you go ahead and hit the Install Now button to install Windows Vista from Windows XP, you want to check that computer you are installing Vista on is compatible with Windows Vista, or is at least compatible enough for you. You first want to check compatibility of your hardware setup online via the Check Compatibility Online button in the installer

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