PC Upgrading and Maintenance

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Vivian Perry
Sybex, 1997 - Computers - 524 pages
Of the more than 200 million computers in use today, nearly 75 percent are obsolete according to today's fast Pentium standards. If your machine is more than a year old, you need this book. The clear, step-by-step explanations in this book allow even complete computer novices to make all of the important software and hardware upgrades necessary to keep their computers running trouble-free. Tutorials, photos, and illustrations show you how to install memory, hard drives, CD players, and scores of other peripherals. A glossary of terminology rounds out this essential book for beginning and intermediate computer users.

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