Peter Norton's Introduction to Computers

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Glencoe/McGraw-Hill, 2002 - Computers - 598 pages
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Acts as a text that provides a coverage of computer concepts. This work is geared towards students learning about computer systems for the first time. It includes topics such as: an overview of computers, input methods and output devices, processing data, storage devices, operating systems, software, networking, Internet resources, and graphics.

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Contents

Amazing Computer
2
Application Software
3
Privacy Issues Facing Corporate Computer Users
13
Copyright

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Peter Norton is an acclaimed computer software entrepreneur who is active in civic and philanthropic affairs. He serves on the boards of several scholastic and cultural institutions and currently devotes much of his time to philanthropy. Mr. Norton made his mark in the computer industry as a programmer and businessman. Norton Utilities(TM), Norton Antivirus(TM), and other utility programs are installed on millions of computer worldwide. He is also the best selling author of computer books. Mr. Norton sold his PC-software business to Symantec Corporation in 1990 but continues to write and speak on computers, helping millions of people better understand information technology.

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