Grown-up's Guide to Computing

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Microsoft Press, 1999 - Computers - 386 pages
A guide for beginners explains the principles, functionality, and real-life applications of personal computers, discussing e-mail, Web browsing, online shopping, and financial management.

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Grown-Up's Guide to Computing (Independent General Use)

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Growing numbers of seniors are discovering the world of personal computing, but buying a computer can be a daunting experience for newcomers. Furlong, the founder of the SeniorNet Foundation and a ... Read full review


Chapter One Coming Back from nie Wreck
Chapter Three The Art of LivingOn the Edge
Chapter Four Resistance Was Futile

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