Jim Aspinwall has been the Windows Helpdesk columnist and feature editor for CNET.com and is the author of three books on PC maintenance. A resident of Campbell, California, Jim is also an amateur radio operator, an electronics technician, and an OSHA-certified tower climber, maintaining radio transmission sites in northern California.
Even though this book is dated - it is still valid; still good. If you have Windows XP and know your way around the inside of an operating system, I suggest you buy this book. Read morePublished on January 11, 2012 by A. A. Glazer
What a beautiful little book!
It will only take you a day or two to read, and more importantly, give you a dozen projects you'll be dying to try out. Read more
Overclocking CPU (Hack 21) is not as easy as adding more memory or upgrading the hard disk. If you have nothing to lose, you might think about overclocking the CPU. Read morePublished on January 5, 2005 by cs2001