Windows 8 for Dummies, Dell Pocket Edition (Andy Rathbone)

 
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Windows 8 for Dummies, Dell Pocket Edition (Andy Rathbone)

This book guides readers through the fundamentals, from the fundamental tasks that remain constant from version to version to the tools that improve the system to the most recent updates that distinguish Windows 8 from earlier iterations.

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About the Authors
When Andy Rathbone acquired a 26-pound portable CP/M Kaypro 2X in 1985, he began playing around with computers. He quickly started phoning computer message boards, tinkering with null-modem adapters, and working part-time at Radio Shack, just like other nerds of the period.
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Published Date / Year
(2013)
eBook Format
PDF (147 pages, 10.86 MB)
ISBN-10
111827167X
ISBN-13
978-1118545584

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