The Secret Guide to Computers
by Russ Walter
Publisher: Russell Walter Pub 2003
Number of pages: 106
The book explains everything important about computers -- simply, candidly, and as wisely as possible, with a cynical laugh and a peppy pace to save you time. Previous editions of this book were rated "tops" by the major computer magazines, newspapers, library organizations, schools, and computer clubs worldwide.
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