Flawless Computing: How to Keep Your Computer Working Perfectly

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AuthorHouse, Nov 28, 2005 - Computers - 224 pages
I told my wife "you cannot hurt this machine." I was talking about our home machine, and she was nervous, because she knows I use that machine for work, and she is a novice. She believes me now, because it is true. My granddaughter plays on the machine, too. She can't hurt it either. I am a small business owner. Although computer-literate, things kept happening which were beyond my knowledge, and which caused great loss of time and money. Since the computer is absolutely critical to my business, I had to find a way to keep my computers working perfectly on my own. There is such a way. If you are a small business owner, this book will describe a real-world method for keeping your computer working absolutely perfectly, despite viruses, worms, spyware, "little hands" playing on the machine, programs that simply stop working for no reason, and so on. It works. It is not a piece of cleanup, antivirus, or firewall software. It is a Process, and it works. If you are willing to invest a modicum of time and money, this process will keep your machine working flawlessly quite literally until the hardware fails.

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About the author (2005)

John W. Bridges has two Master’s degrees from Penn State University – one in Mathematics and one in Computer Science.  He has worked in the telecommunications and software industry since 1974, and has owned his own software firm since 1985.

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