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Practical Suggestions for Microsoft Windows

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Practical Suggestions for Microsoft Windows
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Publisher: Smashwords
ISBN-13: 9781310659881
Number of pages: 80

Description:
There are a number of recommendations presented to keep your computer safe and productive while explaining commands, background and tools that you may not be familiar with, all intended to be done on the local system using only what is supplied by Microsoft to avoid the risks of after market 'free' tools.

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