How to Understand and Buy Computers

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Computer Publishing Enterprises, 1991 - Computers - 198 pages
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An easy-to-read, in-depth book designed to eliminate the confusion of purchasing a computer system. Written for the first-time buyer or novice user, this book explains how computers work in simple, understandable terms, and provides advice on purchasing any computer system.

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Contents

How to Buy a Computer
3
Microcomputer History II
11
PART
29
Hardware and Software
31
Random Access Memory
43
Mass Storage
53
Monitors
65
Keyboards
75
CHAPTER 10Software
103
Software Cavalcade
111
PART FOUR
123
Your Computer System
125
Shopping
131
Review
141
Commonly Asked Questions
147
APPENDIX A Laptops
161

Ports
81
Printers
87
PART THREE
101
How to Get More Information
167
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