Grown-up's Guide to Computing

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Microsoft Press, 1999 - Computers - 386 pages
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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

Contents

Chapter One Coming Back from nie Wreck
10
Chapter Three The Art of LivingOn the Edge
20
Chapter Four Resistance Was Futile
31
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About the author (1999)

Furlong is the CEO of Third Age Media, and the leading authority in the field of technology and aging.

Lipson is an author, consultant, and software developer.

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