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Alan Freedman is at it again! He has now updated and expanded his magnum opus on computers and computing, The Computer Desktop Encyclopedia. With 2,000 new terms and 3,000 revised terms--and a grand total of over 10,000--this is truly an encyclopedic computer reference. The new edition contains completely updated Internet and World Wide Web terms, new telecommunications technologies and vendors, even a TCP/IP micro-lesson. It supplies over 1,000 pages of clear, concise definitions and explanations of everything you need to know about computers. Packed with graphics (over 750 illustrations altogether) and tutorials, it will appeal to anyone who wants a deeper understanding of all things computer. The book also includes a CD-ROM (complete with Windows help and how to entries) that provides heavy browsing capabilities in a multimedia format--while freeing up considerable desk space.
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If you are looking for a book to clearly explain computer terms that anyone can understand, this is the book. Many terms and graphics to go with them in a clear and to the point style of writing. So, if you are looking for a good computer reference book you just found it.