How to do just about anything on your home computer - all in one book
The Brilliant Home Computer Book will help you master all of the everyday activities that your PC can help you with:
The ONLY book that you will need to show you how to do just about anything that you might want to do on your home computer - from browsing the internet and organising yur emails, to storing and sharing your digital photos and movies, downloading and listening to digital music and even the more mundane activities using the myriad of applications available to you.
This book is your answer - everything that you want to do on your home computer is straightforward and easy to do once you know how - and this book will tell you how in the most accessible, easy-to-use and friendly way, guiding you through the main features of the most common applications and their uses, showing you how to do exactly what you want to do - and some things you didn't even know were possible. It will also show you what sort of things most commonly go wrong, how to avoid them wherever possible, and how to fix them if not. It will also give you enough of an understanding of how your home computer works and enough confidence in handling the software to allow you to explore further in complete confidence.
The only way to learn how to get the most out of your computer is to use it - and short of taking a hammer to it, you are not likely to damage it whatever you do. So, with Brilliant as your guide, go ahead and use this book to explore, experiment and have fun with your home computer, and get on with doing all of things that it will enable you to do to make your life easier and more fun!
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Description du livre Trans-Atlantic Pubns, 2008. Hardcover. État : New. 19.05 x 23.5 cm. Our orders are sent from our warehouse locally or directly from our international distributors to allow us to offer you the best possible price and delivery time. Book. N° de réf. du libraire MM-22080419