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  • How to Do Everything with Your PCby Robert Cowart

    McGraw-Hill Education 2000; US$ 24.99

    Take full advantage of all the powerful features built into your PC with this thorough, easy-to-follow guide. more...

  • How to Do Everything with Your Pocket PC and Handheld PCby Frank McPherson

    McGraw-Hill Education 2000; US$ 24.99

    Learn to set up all the features and productivity applications on your Windows CE, connect and sync to your desktop PC, send and receive e-mail, download games, utilities, and MP3 files, and so much more. This book shows you how to do, well, EVERYTHING! more...

  • PC Hacksby Jim Aspinwall

    O'Reilly Media 2004; US$ 19.99

    Intel-and AMD-powered PCs--which account for more than 90% of all personal computers--are powerful and expandable, and operating systems like Windows and Linux do a great job of running well on this hardware. But to maintain maximum stability and predictability, these operating systems don't push the hardware to its limits.That doesn't mean you can't.... more...