Computers, the Plain English Guide: Almost Everything You Need to Know about Computers, Even If You Don't Know Anything about Computers

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QNS, Dec 12, 1990 - Computers - 259 pages
"The most important book in your computer section!" Currently in use by many Fortune 500 companies, the United States Government, & major universities & hospitals, both in the U. S. & abroad. No other single book offers as much convenient, basic, & practical information for the uninitiated as THE PLAIN ENGLISH GUIDE. This comprehensive book is easy to read & is just what everyone has been waiting for to end computer frustrations. THE PLAIN ENGLISH GUIDE will help managers who need to be more informed: teachers assist their students, anyone who must make wise purchase decisions, those in charge of employee training, parents assist their children in learning more about computers. "Few books have made such an impressive debut."--Brian Younker, Manager, Schuler Book Store. "Excellent applications for developing a better understanding of computing. The book is comprehensive, easy to read, & helps to make the computer 'user friendly'..."--Phillip E. Runkel, Former Superintendent of Public Schools for the State of Michigan, & President of Northwestern Michigan College. "Its subtitle says it all: 'Almost everything you need to know about computers, even if you don't know anything about computers.'."-- Dan Barnett, Chico Enterprise Record, Chico California.

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Contents

HOW COMPUTERS WORK
3
MICROPROCESSORS
13
HOW MANY KINDS OF COMPUTERS
29
Copyright

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