Easy PCs

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Que, 1993 - Microcomputers - 204 pages
Written especially for beginning PC users that want an easy-to-understand, full-color book. This book explains the different parts of a PC, includes troubleshooting information, and covers basic software information. The book also leads the reader through such tasks as turning on a PC, typing a DOS command, and starting a program.

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Contents

Table of Contents
Understanding Your Operating System 63
Application Software 79
Copyright

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About the author (1993)

Suzanne Weixel is a self-employed writer and editor specializing in the technology industry. Her experience with computers began in 1974 when she learned to play football on the Dartmouth time-sharing terminal her brother installed in a spare bedroom. She graduated from Dartmouth College in 1981 with a degree in Art History.
In 1984, after a series of jobs which included stints in the advertising department at Inc. Magazine, and as the Quality Assurance Coordinator at International Training Systems, a now-defunct developer of interactive educational training courseware, she wound up in the advertising department of ComputerWorld Newspaper. The following year she moved to the editorial department as the New Products Editor. In 1988, Suzanne left ComputerWorld to begin working full time as a freelance writer and editor. Since then, she has written, co-written, or edited more than 40 books, primarily for the technology education industry.

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