Using Your PC

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Que, 1995 - Microcomputers - 418 pages
Developed for the casual user, here is an easy-to-use guide to the fundamentals of PCs. The book presents the most efficient and intuitive way to accomplish tasks with your PC. It is filled with many helpful analogies to explain PCs to new users, numerous icons and graphics to help readers quickly locate information they need, and informative sidebars for busy readers.

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What do I
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What Good Is a
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Clayton Walnum (Tolland, CT) has been writing about computers and programming for nearly two decades.He's the author or co-author of around 60 books, published in many languages, including The Complete Idiot's Guide to Programming, Pro Tools Recording Guide, and Teach Yourself Game Programming with DirectX in 21 Days, in addition to hundreds of articles, fiction, and essays.

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