The way computers & MS-DOS work: the ultimate all-color beginners' guide

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Microsoft Press, 1993 - Computers - 128 pages
This beginner's guide introduces first-time computer users to the PC experience and the MS-DOS operating system with useful pictures, facts, and techniques arranged in easy-to-read two-page spreads. No fancy terms, no intimidating techno-babble, just straightforward information conveyed in pictures and text.

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Let Your PC Breathe
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Your Personal Computer
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Copyright

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A & C Black Publishers Ltd, founded in 1807 in Edinburgh, Scotland, and owned by Bloomsbury, publishes reference materials in addition to books on sports, fitness, and training; visual arts, glass, ceramics, and printmaking; all aspects of sailing and boating; and bird watching and wildlife.

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