Using Your PC
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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1/4-inch disks adapter card AUTOEXEC.BAT button bytes cable called CD-ROM CD-ROM drive Chapter chip colors command CompuServe computer's memory connect connector conventional memory copy database Delete desktop dialog box disk drive display double-click electronic example expansion slots file folder File Manager file name floppy disk floppy drive format graphics hard disk hard drive icon inside installed Intel keyboard letters look megabytes menu Microsoft modem monitor motherboard mouse move MS-DOS multimedia numbers on-line service operating system Options PC's Pentium Plain English plug press Enter printer probably Program Manager prompt Q(Note Q(Tip screen savers scroll slide sound card spreadsheet stuff sure switch system unit tell there's things turn UNDELETE What's Window Help WINWORD word processor WordPerfect write-protected