Buying and Maintaining Personal Computers: A How-to-do-it Manual for Librarians
A librarians' guide to buying and maintaining personal computers for both public access and staff use. It discusses hardware and software issues, security, common repair tools, licenses, warranties, inventories, wiring, back-up systems, preventive maintenance, costing, staffing, and vendors.
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