Absolute Beginner's Guide to PC Upgrades
©2000 |Que Publishing |
©2000 |Que Publishing |
Even if you've never opened the case on your PC, the Absolute Beginner's Guide to PC Upgrades will show you how you can add hardware components, upgrade peripherals, and keep current on new version of your operating system and applications.
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I. THE LAY OF THE LAND.
II. THE CORE UPGRADES.
III. UPGRADES TO CONSIDER.
IV. UPGRADING PERIPHERALS.
V. ADDING THE EXTRAS.
VI. SOLVING PROBLEMS.
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Lee Hudspeth co-authored the QUE tome The Unofficial Guide to PCs. In addition, Lee has co-authored six books on Office, the most recent being Outlook 98 and 97 Annoyances, Office 97 Annoyances, Excel 97 Annoyances, and Word 97 Annoyances. Lee got involved in the computing industry two decades ago as a student at the USC School of Business while working part-time as a consultant at the computer center. He is the co-founder of PRIME Consulting, Inc., which provides hardware consulting, development, training and add-ins for Microsoft Office and Windows. Lee routinely contributes to PC Computing (circulation 1,000,000) and along with T. J. Lee writes a monthly column in eBay Magazine. He and T. J. Lee publish The Naked PC, an e-zine with a circulation of over 43,000. T.J. Lee is co-author (with Lee Hudspeth and Dan Butler) of The Unofficial Guide to PCs and six books on Office, including the Annoyances titles referenced above. TJ is also a co-founder of PRIME Consulting Group, and has done computer and management consulting for years. TJ also routinely contributes to PC Computing where he and Lee Hudspeth were the primary contributors to the story that won PC Computing the prestigious National Magazine Award (the first time a Ziff-Davis publication has won this "Ellie" award). TJ is a certified Microsoft trainer. He has written countless courseware packages and manuals, co-authored Microsoft Education Services course on Developing Applications in Word, and taught/lectured for thousands of developers and end-users.
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