Computers Made Easy : From Dummy to Geek


A Foundation in Computers & Software That's Easy to Understand Computers Made Easy is designed to take your overall computer skills from a beginner to the next level. Get a top level understanding without a complex education. This easy to use guide will help you navigate your way to becoming proficient with computers, operating systems, hardware and software. Introduction Chapter 1 - What is a Computer? Chapter 2 - Computer Peripherals Chapter 3 - Microsoft Windows Chapter 4 - Software Chapter 5 - Printers Chapter 6 - The Internet Chapter 7 - Email Chapter 8 - Office Productivity Software Chapter 9 - Antivirus and Antispyware Software Chapter 10 - Avoiding Scams Chapter 11 - Error Messages, Crashes, & Troubleshooting Chapter 12 - Wi-Fi and Internet Troubleshooting Chapter 13 - Backup and Protection Chapter 14 - Security Chapter 15 - Cloud Storage Chapter 16 - Basic Networking What's Next? About the Author James Bernstein has been working with various companies in the IT field since 2000, managing technologies such as SAN and NAS storage, VMware, backups, Windows Servers, Active Directory, DNS, DHCP, Networking, Microsoft Office, Exchange, and more. He has obtained certifications from Microsoft, VMware, CompTIA, ShoreTel, and SNIA, and continues to strive to learn new technologies to further his knowledge on a variety of subjects. He is also the founder of the website, which offers its readers valuable information on topics such as Windows, networking, hardware, software, and troubleshooting. James writes much of the content himself and adds new content on a regular basis. The site was started in 2005 and is still going strong today.


Bernstein James
Paperback | 218 pages
178 x 254 x 12mm | 386g
Publication date
11 Jun 2018
James Bernstein
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Illustrations, black and white
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