Over the past few weeks, we've published a few downloadable WMV videos. The videos show you how to perform a variety of Windows and Office hacks and give you glimpse of Windows Vista. Currently the videos are only being offered as downloads, but we're in the proccess of developing an online player, so you can watch the videos before downloading the file. I'd like to get a little feedback on the videos. What do you think of the format? Are they too long, too short, or just about right? Are they more or less helpful than an HTML article or PDF download? Would you like us to offer all three—PDF, HTML, and video?
Check out the following videos and then sound off:
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