"What PC?" Guide to Your PC 1998: UK Edition
Written for both new users and existing computer users, this text covers buying a PC, hardware and peripherals, using a Windows PC, working with files, software and multimedia, the Internet.
- Mixed media product | 524 pages
- 190 x 235 x 31.75mm | 1,035g
- 01 Feb 1998
- Pearson Education Limited
- Harlow, United Kingdom
- 2nd edition
Table of contents
Inside the PC; hardware and peripherals; buying a PC; using a Windows PC; working with files; software and multimedia; the Internet.
Using your first PC can be a frustrating experience. Even deciding which one to buy can be a daunting task, with so many options from which to choose. The What PC? Guide to Your PC leads you through the minefield in a style that is easy to understand. It includes sensible buying advice followed by easy steps to mastering Windows 95. Comprehensive troubleshooting tips get you through the problems that often occur. And once you are no longer a beginner, the guide helps you to attain whiz-kid status with articles about the Internet and Microsoft Office and other software. There is also a section about installing and upgrading new hardware like soundcards and printers. (Kirkus UK)