How to Do Everything with Your PC

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McGraw Hill Professional, Nov 6, 2000 - Computers - 596 pages
Take full advantage of all the powerful features built into your PC with this thorough, easy-to-follow guide.
 

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Contents

Chapter 1 Everything You Wanted to Know About Your PC but Were Afraid to Ask
3
Chapter 2 Starting Your PC and Using Windows
31
Chapter 3 Running Programs and Managing Your Files
59
Part II Putting Your PC to Work
87
Chapter 4 Using Common Applications
89
Chapter 5 Managing Your Money
113
Chapter 6 Becoming an Internet Expert
141
Chapter 7 Communicating with Email
161
Chapter 12 Making Movies with Your PC
325
Chapter 13 Playing Games
351
Chapter 14 Going Mobile
391
Chapter 15 Networking Your PC
415
Part IV Upgrading Maintaining and Troubleshooting Your PC
457
Chapter 16 Adding Peripherals
459
Chapter 17 Upgrading Your PC from the Inside Out
479
Chapter 18 Tweaking Windows
495

Chapter 8 Online Communities
211
Part III Cool Things to Do with Your PC
239
Chapter 9 Creating Your Own Web Site
241
Chapter 10 Digital Photography
277
Chapter 11 Playing and Recording Music
293
Chapter 19 Fixing and Avoiding Computer Problems
523
Glossary
553
Index
573
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Robert Cowart has written more than 35 books covering computer programming, applications, and operating systems. He has also written sevral articles for such magazines as PC Week, PC World and PC Magazine.

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