PC Technician's Tune-Up Manual
by Jarvis Edwards
Publisher: TekTime 2013
Number of pages: 37
The PC Technician's Tune-Up Manual, was designed to show you step by step details on how to properly and successfully tune up a computer. The secrets shared in this manual are tricks that many 'technicians' (especially the retail store techs) do not even know exist.
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