How Computers Work, Volume 1
Taking a successful title one step further, this third edition shows readers how chips, software, memory, and hardware work using detailed four-color drawings and an animated, full-color CD-ROM. This revised edition includes the latest technology developments including the Internet, multimedia sound and video, Pentium II processors, DVD drives, digital cameras, and color printing.
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