According to PC Data, 61% of US households are equipped with a PC. Nielsen/Net Ratings reports that 162 million people in the US access the Intemet from their home PCs. New technologies, such as wlreless networks and ISDN/DSL Intemet connections are becoming more accessible to, and deslred by, home users -- but implementation can be tricky. Upgrading Your PC: The Essential Guldeuses a visual, step-by-step approach to walk readers through the most common upgrades, such as adding memory, wireless networks, and CD-R/W drives.
Table of Contents
Contents at a Glance. Introduction. Chapter 1: Read Me First. Chapter 2: Memory. Chapter 3: Storage. Chapter 4: Communications. Chapter 5: Printers. Chapter 6: Displays. Chapter 7: Networking. Chapter 8: Power. Chapter 9: Of Mice and Multimedia. Chapter 10: BIOS and CPU. Chapter 11: Buses. Chapter 12: References and Resources. Index.
Glenn Weadock, MCSE, is President and founder of Independent Software Inc. a computer consulting and training firm based in the Denver, Colorado area. An experienced lecturer and trainer, Glenn has written over 20 books on computing, covering a wide range of topics including Windows 95, MCSE, the Windows Registry, small business networks and Microsoft PowerPoint.