Absolute Beginners Guide to Computer Basics is just what any non-computer-savy kind of guy is probably looking for.
If you’re not happy with the computer service you are getting, you are not alone. Recent customer-satisfaction surveys reveals that 9 out of 10 users confess the desire to hang their computer technician with a floppy cable. Worse yet, 90% of those surveyed are doing their own computer service. Simply put, this means that 81% of all computer users are at risk of committing suicide. You would think there is a better way to solve computer problems than killing yourself. You would think the government would provide Free Online Training. You would think, at the very least they could recommend a book on computer basics. Well, as luck has it, I have some good news: One, it is unlikely your computer even has a floppy cable. Two, if it did, it is even less likely you could find it. You’re a complete moron when it comes to understanding computers, remember? That is why we’re talking about this, in the first place. Now, that we’ve ruled out suicide as a possibility, don’t despair – there is another option, and no it doesn’t involve hiring a computer technician teaching you where to find cables for hanging him when things go wrong. So much of the time, computer difficulties are due to user error rather than anything that’s actually inside the computer designed to make your life difficult. No offense, but it’s pretty obvious you need some help – in the form of, actually learning to use your computer, so you’re not thinking it’s broken all the time. You need some Free Online Training or a book that covers the Computer Basics. If you’re looking into expensive online computer training or online computer classes, I’ve got a very simple recommendation, in the form of a very good book: Absolute Beginner’s Guide to Computer Basics
(4th Paperback edition), by Michael Miller. This book will tell you everything you need to know about Desktop and Notebook PCs. It will help with setting up your PC, and actually provide the essential knowledge on using Windows XP, as well as the latest Vista OS by Microsoft. It seems that some books fail to actually instruct you on accomplishing the tasks you expect to do on your PC. The Absolute Beginner’s Guide to Computers Basics will help you with things such as setting up and using MP3 players, downloading and playing music and videos, burning CDs, DVDs. Author, Michael Miller, also helps you with socializing on your PC through personal websites, messaging, email, etc. The book is literally full of good, practical advice for training you and helping you become more productive on your PC or Laptop. Fortunately, author, Michael Miller, does not include much technical hardware training, such as how and where to find a floppy cable. There is no better way to learn how without killing yourself.
- Reader Information: 88
- ReaderEase: 90
- Reader Interest: 90
- Value: 90
- Overall: 89.7
Laptops and Desktop Computers
Had enough of it all? Maybe it’s your computer? Laptop and Desktop Computer Systems are extremely affordable these days, so don’t knock yourself out if you don’t have to.