The list below contains our older ebooks. If you want to see our list of current free ebooks, we have a page on the Microsoft Virtual Academy site: http://www.microsoftvirtualacademy.com/ebooks
Free ebook: Introducing Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 (10 chapters by Ross Mistry and Stacia Misner)
Free ebook: Understanding Microsoft Virtualization Solutions (Second Edition) (6 chapters by Mitch Tulloch)
Free ebook: Own Your Future: Update Your Skills with Resources and Career Ideas from Microsoft (8 chapters by Katherine Murray)
Free ebook: Introducing Windows Server 2008 R2 (9 chapters by Charlie Russel and Craig Zacker)
Free ebook: First Look Microsoft Office 2010 (14 chapters by Katherine Murray)
Free ebook: Deploying Windows 7, Essential Guidance (10 chapters from the Windows 7 Resource Kit and 6 TechNet articles)
Thanks a ton for providing free books as education for all
Someone should update this list, since it's fairly outdated.
Kim Nilsson, use our "ebooks" tag and you'll find plenty of updates. Enjoy!
You can use http://www.online-convert.com/ to convert XPS to ebook formats (epub, mobi, etc).
yhanks a lot
This is fantastic! What a great resource available for free that I was not aware of prior. Thanks Twitter!
Quick, read this free stuff and start pushing expensive software on your clients...
Great freebie looking forward to receive my e book thanx
Is there a possibility with this layout to see the complete list of the books?
I see some truncated books over there, so I imagine there are a lot of books that are just not visible (I use Chrome).
And what are that spam messages over there? Can't Microsoft improve or apply a filter over the SPAM in its own blog?
@Sergiu - I updated this page at the top. We have a new site where we store our current free ebooks - www.microsoftvirtualacademy.com/ebooks. Hope this helps.
I am very much interested to read and to learn from your excellent books but can't afford cost.
I am very much interested to read and to learn from your excellent books but can't afford cost.Will you kindly help for getting these books free of cost.
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