PCs for Busy People

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Osborne/McGraw-Hill, 1996 - Computers - 295 pages
Learning how to get the most out of your PC doesn't have to complicate your life or rob you of your last few hours of free time. Discovering how best to purchase, maintain, and maximize your PC can be fast and simple. With the right blend of vital information and shortcuts, PCs for Busy People will put you ahead of the game - and your timetable - to give you fast and accurate results.
Whether you set aside an evening or a lunch hour - or just reach for this Busy People book as you need it - you'll soon be on the fast track, learning the most efficient ways to compute with a PC. Master the important capabilities of your PC - whether for home or business use - in a flash. Explore the latest hardware and software options in no time. Delve into Windows 95 and plug-and-play for integrating printers, modems, and other add-ons quicker than you thought possible. Discover how to get connected to the online community in mere minutes.

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Word Processing Made Easy 95
working online 205

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