The Complete Idiot's Guide to Upgrading Your PC

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Que, 1996 - Computers - 342 pages
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The Complete Idiot's Guide to Upgrading Your PC helps you turn your old PC into a powerful machine with simple steps for improving memory, increasing the speed of your PC, and adding the latest multimedia equipment. In a lighthearted, entertaining approach, you get complete coverage of all the important features. You'll quickly overcome your intimidation and be able to get on with your life. Discover the Quick and Easy Way to save money by making the most of what you already have, plus tips on living with Windows 3.1 until you decide to go to Windows 95; select a new keyboard, mouse, printer, and monitor; convert your old clunker to a power machine by increasing its speed, adding more memory, and getting a bigger hard drive; add a CD-ROM drive, sound card, and speakers; and install a modem so that you can travel the Internet.

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Jennifer Fulton, iVillage' s former "Computer Coach," is an experienced computer consultant and trainer with over 20 years experience. She is also the best-selling author of more than 100 books covering areas of computing including Windows, Office, and computer repair. Scott M. Fulton, III is a veteran author, editor, programmer, and artist with 27 years of experience in the field of computing. As one of Computer Shopper magazine' s original editorial team, he introduced North America to Corel Draw, and has written many books and articles on the subject of graphic art and design.

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