We have all experienced the frustrations of being over-dependent upon technology we donít fully understand. Unexpected crashes wasting hours of concentrated work, inexplicable error codes flashing at you just when you need to print off a document in a hurry, the nagging feeling of impending disaster when you havenít backed up. This book hails an end to that sinking feeling you get whenever you wonder who is in control Ė you or the computer. From now on you will be a confident, virtual-spanner-wielding technician ready and able to deal with (nearly) anything your digital assistant throws at you. Combining a first aid manual with advice on preventative medicine and detailed instructions on emergency response routines this book will be your indispensable companion.
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John Taylor is an experienced Editor who has spent 20 years working on home computer and technology titles for various magazine publishers. He has edited 19 magazine titles and edited and complied many books including Windows for beginners. He conceived and launched PDA Essentials and Windows Made Easy which spawned the ĎMade Easyí brand that defines the beginners magazine market. He also launched and edited PC First Aid, Digital Video Made Easy, Practical PC and launched GigaHz Magazine. He has also worked on Which PC. He has held the posts of Editor, Group Editor, Managing Editor, Publisher and Editorial Director. The tutorial format of the magazines and their audience profile (beginner to intermediate users) mean that John has plentiful experience explaining complicated subjects in clear and concise English, compiling step-by-step tutorials and selecting topics that are of interest to the general reader. He is a professional writer with in-depth knowledge of all the latest trends and developments in computer technology.
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 2005. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 131733982