PCs for Dummies

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Thorndike Press, 2006 - Self-Help - 756 pages
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Join the PC generation the fun and easy way. Don't start a relationship with that PC until you read this book! It's full of the stuff you need - and just the stuff you need - without the technobabble. From bringing your baby home and setting up the parts to getting extra storage, installing a modem, managing information, and even playing online games, it's all explained in plain English.

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User Review  - scoop530 - Overstock.com

Good ref. book for those of us that need alittle help with the basics every now and then.... The more that is added to my system, the more I forget. LOL Read full review

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User Review  - Jerry Bullard - Goodreads

I can't help but think the authors had me in mind for the title. When I got my first computer in 1994 and unpacked it at home I thought, "What the heck have I done; I don't know anything about ... Read full review


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About the author (2006)

Dan Gookin, the original For Dummies author, has more than 11 million copies of his many books in print. He also shares his technological know-how through online forums and newsletters.

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