At home with your PC

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Alpha Books, 1992 - Computers - 200 pages
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A concise, user-friendly guide to setting up and using a home PC offers valuable advice on setting up a place for the computer, realizing educational benefits, possible tax breaks, and much more. Original.

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About the author (1992)

Mikal Belicove is a seasoned blogger and informationage visionary who's hotwired to the Internet and the Internet community.Mikal maintains his own blog at Belicove.com, where he encourages the exploration and exchange of ideas in the online community. His enthusiasm over electronic publishing and information sharing and his drive to steer others to the highest-quality web resources boost this version of Que's "Internet Yellow Pages "to the next level.Mikal currently freelances as a business blogging strategist, brand positioning and marketing consultant, and publicist. His work involves consulting with his clients on the most effective ways to establish authentic "thought-leader" status through their blogs and websites. Joe Kraynak has taught hundreds of thousands of novice computer users how to master their computers and their software. His long list of computer books includes "Easy Internet," "The Complete Idiot's Guide to Computer Basics," "Using and Upgrading PCs," and" Absolute Beginner's Guide to Excel," Joe's wide range of computer and training experience has helped him develop a strong commitment to making computers, software, and the Internet more easily accessible to users of all levels of experience.

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