Absolute Beginner's Guide to Computer Basics

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Que, 2004 - Computers - 383 pages
Giving students the information and guidance required to use any personal computer system, and common peripherals ranging from CD burners and digital cameras to PDAs, this second edition is for all introductory-level courses in computing. It shows how to set up the computer hardware; navigate and use the Windows XP desktop; and much more.

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Writing Style: 9.0; very easy read with many helpful hints to the computer beginner Theme: 9.0; computer basics Content: 10.0; N/A Language: 10.0; N/A Overall: 9.0; great book for the beginner and helpful hints for the professional Read full review


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Michael Miller is a successful and prolific author with a reputation for practical advice and technical accuracy and an unerring empathy for the needs of his readers.

Mr. Miller has written more than 50 best-selling books in the past 15 years. His books for Que include Absolute Beginner's Guide to Upgrading and Fixing Your PC, Absolute Beginner's Guide to eBay, and Bargain Hunter's Secrets to Online Shopping. He is known for his casual, easy-to-read writing style and his practical, real-world advice-as well as his ability to explain a wide variety of complex topics to an everyday audience.

You can email Mr. Miller directly at abg@molehillgroup.com. His Web site is located at http://www.molehillgroup.com.

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