The PC bible

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Peachpit Press, Jan 1, 1994 - Computers - 885 pages
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From the former editor of PC World and the publisher of the bestselling Macintosh Bible comes an indispensable hardware-software guide for anyone who wants to know what to buy, how to find it, and how to use it. The guide tackles every subject area with a clear vision of what PC users need to know in an engaging, no-nonsense style. Illustrated.

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Contents

For Beginners Only
2
How to Buy a PC
23
Mobile Computing
43
Monitors Etc
79
Printers and Printing
93
Input Devices
119
Upgrade It Yourself
137
Protect Your Data
171
Presentations
435
Graphics Software
461
Desktop Publishing
483
Database Software
515
Communications
559
Utilities
623
About Networks
673
Multimedia
695

When Things Go Wrong
203
Health Safety and the Environment
221
Windows and DOS
237
Fonts
319
Word Processing
349
Spreadsheets
387
Personal Finance and Tax Software
717
Entertainment Etc
735
Glossary
757
Tuning AUTOEXEC BAT and CONFIG SYS
813
Batch Files
833
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