Synopses & Reviews
The down and dirty basics for computer newbies.
For those with a blank slate when it comes to computer know-how, this guide teaches readers how to get started on a PC, including: easy instructions on starting, setting up, and organizing the PC; navigating the Windows 7 desktop and folder system; getting up and running with email; working with music, photos, and video; plus an introduction to Google, Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, eBay, blogging, instant messaging; and more!
? Focuses on software-and the practical and fun things new users want to do with their PCs
? A large number of people-particularly the older generation-are new to computers
? Includes troubleshooting tips
About the Author
Joe Kraynak has taught hundreds of thousands of new computer users how to make the most of their PCs with his easy-to-read books. Joe has been writing and editing successful computer books for consumers for over twelve years. His long list of computer books includes The Complete Idiot’s Guide to PCs, The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Microsoft Office 2000, and The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Upgrading Your PC.