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Keep Your PC Running Smoothly--Without Spending a Lot of Money!
Solve everyday PC problems, improve performance and speed, and protect yourself from malicious attacks with the helpful tips in this user-friendly guide. Easy-to-follow "recipes" show you, click-by-click, how to prevent computer catastrophes and recover completely from unavoidable disasters. If you've had a hard time understanding other computer guides, you'll love this book's clear, accessible approach. PC guru Carey Holzman dispels common myths and explains complicated issues in language that anyone can understand, regardless of their computer experience. Don't be held hostage by hackers or overpaid computer technicians. Learn how to maintain and upgrade your own PC and have fun in the process.
Inside, you'll learn to:
About the Author:
Carey Holzman, A+, IBM Quality Service Skill Certified, HP Laserjet Hardware Certified, is the owner of Discount Computer Repair, in Phoenix, Arizona. He also hosts his own Internet radio show featuring the latest computer news, and has been an operating systems beta-tester for Microsoft since Windows 95.
Bought this book because it was personally autographed by the author and also helps to solve some issues with computers running Windows XP or below.Published 20 months ago by crazyvera
All I can say is....Excellent book. It made a computer technician out of me. TnxPublished on May 25, 2007 by J. Queyquep
If you are tired of all the PC how-to books that can't write a sentance in English, this is the book for you. Read morePublished on February 26, 2006 by E James
The first time I sat down with this book, I couldn't stop. I'm not a PC guru, nor am I a "tin horn. Read morePublished on November 3, 2005 by Skip Morgan
This book is a winner. After plowing through many computer books The Healthy PC is a refreshing experience. Read morePublished on May 17, 2004 by Dave Shuler
What an excellent book to read; "The Healthy PC". I am 32 years old and have just been getting into computers over the past 4 years. Read morePublished on April 28, 2004 by David Schwendeman
Sure glad I brought this book, just finished it and surprisingly all of your links worked. A nice change from most of the PC magazines. Read morePublished on April 23, 2004 by Thomas A Gundlach