If you have plenty of life experience, but not as much computer experience, this is your perfect Windows 8 PC guidebook! Paul McFedries explains all the basics in a friendly, relaxed tone that makes you feel at home, without ever patronizing you. Larger print and clear zoomed-in images help you quickly find what youare looking for, and get to the point immediately. Planning to buy a new computer? McFedriesa easy, up-to-date Buyeras Guide will help you choose the right equipment at the right price. Already have your new computer? Youall find dozens of simple tips, tricks, and shortcuts for every aspect of living with it. Step by step, McFedries shows you how to easily organize and manage all your digital photos, music, and movies. Youall learn great new ways to work, learn, and play onlineab how to safely use Facebook and other social networksab and how to keep your computer secure and private. McFedries even teaches simple PC troubleshooting skills that could someday save you hundreds of dollars in repair costs! Why should kids have all the fun? Paul McFedries, president of Logophilia Limited, is a technical writer, passionate computer tinkerer, and Windows expert. He has authored or co-authored more than 70 computer books, selling more than 4 million copies worldwide. His most recent books include Using iPhone, Using the Microsoft Office Web Apps, My Office 2013 RT, and Windows 8 In Depth. He also runs wordspy.com, a website that tracks new words and phrases entering the English language.and DVDs, recording TV shows, making digital video movies, and taking digital camera images by the thousands. So how do you know how much storage you need? ... MP3 music (ripped at 320Kbps) ac 30, 000 digital photos (12 megapixels, JPG format) ac 2, 800 digital photos (12 megapixels, ... 500GB might fill up awfully fast, so if your budget can afford it, I recommend purchasing at least a 1TB hard drive.
|Title||:||PCs for Grown-Ups|
|Publisher||:||Que Publishing - 2013-02-28|