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TechTV's Upgrading Your PC 2nd Edition

by: Mark Soper

On-line Price: $14.00 (includes GST)

Paperback w/ CD package 504

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Retail Price: $57.00

Publisher: NEW RIDERS,30.09.03

Category: PC HARDWARE Level: B/I

ISBN: 073571360X
ISBN13: 9780735713604

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Book Description

Time doesn┐t stand still┐which means your perfect computer setup from a year ago, perhaps even six months ago, is no longer the latest and greatest. Here to help you navigate the maze of decisions involved in any major upgrade is TechTV┐s popular upgrade guide, completely updated to cover the latest upgrade-worthy hardware and software. In clear, jargon-free language, TechTV┐s Upgrading Your PC answers all your upgrade questions: When is it time to upgrade? How do you know when an upgrade is worth the price of admission? How do you protect your current applications and data?

  In the first section of this guide, veteran author Mark Edward Soper tackles the pre-upgrade process, detailing everything you need to do (and ask) before you upgrade. Each of the remaining chapters focuses on a different device or technology┐from hard disks to Surround Sound┐beginning with a list of the top ten reasons for upgrading. The book┐s companion DVD includes a zoomable, interactive tour of a typical computer; interactive tutorials on using the Windows Control Panel and other Windows software components to configure and control new hardware; video clips from TechTV shows demonstrating upgrading issues, and more.