Computers: A Visual Encyclopedia
This beautiful, full-color book explains the world of computers from Apple to Zeos, in a stunning, visual format that makes learning enjoyable. Information is easy to find because it's organized alphabetically and extensively cross-referenced.
-- Lavishly illustrated with full-color drawings, photographs, and screen shots
-- Hundreds of computer topics explained through illustrations and easy-to-understand text that describe, for each topic what it is, what it does, how it works, how it came to be, and more
-- The ideal way to learn about computer hardware, software, and cutting-edge technology
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