Managing and Optimizing Your PC
Focusing on the basics of managing and optimizing PCs, including hardware, software, and connectivity, this book aims to teach readers how to make the most of the hardware and software they have. It explains when upgrading is needed and how to upgrade a PC's hardware, operating system, utility software, data compression, software, and application software. The section on connectivity explains the basics of LANs, Intranets, remote connections, Usenet, and the Internet.
- Paperback | 450 pages
- 189 x 235mm | 1,000g
- 01 Jan 2000
- ELSEVIER SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
- Ap Professional
- Oxford, United Kingdom
- b&w illustrations, index
Table of contents
Managing Your PC. Avoiding the Crash. System Maintenance. Upgrading Your PC. System Upgrade Options. Hard Drive Upgrade Options. Video Upgrade Options. Pointers, Mice, And Trackballs, Oh My! Communications Upgrade Options. Backup Options. Upgrading Your Operating System. Going with Windows 95. Windows 95 Power User: Using the Registry. Controlling the Power. Enhancing Your Operating Systems. Utility Software. Anti-Viral Software. Make Room! Data Compression. File Translators. Application Software. Freeware and Shareware Alternatives. Local Connectivity. Remote Connectivity. Usenet. Internet. The Web Unity--Hardware, Software, Connectivity. Index.