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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Table of Contents
Understanding Your Operating System 63
Application Software 79
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application programs attached AUTOEXEC AUTOEXEC.BAT backup bytes free cables called Cardfile CD-ROM characters Check chips Click components CONFIG.SYS connected Control menu conventional memory copy current directory database desktop publishing directory that contains example Exit expansion card expansion slot file name File Options Window format graphical user interface graphics hard disk hard drive hardware icon inputs the command installed keyboard keys left mouse button menu bar microprocessor Microsoft Windows modem monitor motherboard mouse pointer MS-DOS on-screen operating system Options Window Help parallel port path PC-TALK peripherals plug Press the space Pressing Enter inputs processing Program Manager prompt screen SCSI serial port Shell software programs space bar once Special Edition spreadsheet stored subdirectories sure system unit TASK tion typed the command Uolume Serial Number user interface usually video display adapter WINDOW Program Windows 3.1 word processor