• Netbooks For Dummies (For Dummies (Computer/Tech))

    The only full-service reference on choosing, setting up, and using the hot new Netbook

    Netbooks are the fastest-selling segment of the PC market. These small, lightweight mini-laptops are less expensive and run longer on a battery charge than traditional laptops. This is the first book to cover everything from choosing the right Netbook to adding memory and remote access.

    You'll learn to compare various models and identify what best meets your needs, connect to the Internet almost anywhere, choose and use free productivity tools, and much more. Netbooks For Dummies covers both Windows and Linux, since Netbooks are available with either operating system. Explains what Netbooks are, what they can do, and the advantages of mobile technology Provides criteria to help you decide what you need in a Netbook and descriptions of the available models, so you can choose one which best meets your needs Covers both Windows (including Windows 7) and Linux operating systems available on Netbooks Walks you through setting up a Netbook and shows you how it can work for you both at home and on the go Discusses free online productivity applications, data synchronization services, and social networks Covers advanced topics like adding memory and remote access

    With Netbooks For Dummies, you'll be ready to make the most of the hottest mobile computing technology on the market today.

    Netbooks For Dummies

  • How Computers Work (9th Edition)

    Updated to include all the recent developments to the PC and complete with a CD-ROM, the third edition of How Computers Work is like a cool science museum in a book. But make no mistake--this is not a book for children. How Computers Work aims to teach readers about all the intricacies held within the machine, and it's a daunting task. The author, Ron White, doesn't dumb down his material; instead he provides thorough and substantive definitions. The pages of fun and colorful graphics ease the tension, though, and bring the abstract concepts--the difference between RAM and ROM, for example--into real life.

    The book has incredible depth, explaining everything you could want to know about your computer, with each piece of hardware being given full treatment over two to five pages. (Macintosh and UNIX users should be aware, though, that the book's model is the `Wintel,` a Windows PC with an Intel microprocessor.) The book is well-structured and can easily be used as a reference resource beyond the first reading. --Jennifer Buckendorff

    How Computers Work (9th Edition)

  • Hacking GMail (ExtremeTech)

    The first book to unlock the true power behind Gmàil, Hàcking Gmàil will immediàtely àppeàl to Google ànd Gmàil fàns This is serious, down-ànd-dirty, under-the-hood, code-level hàcking thàt will hàve reàders eliminàting the defàult settings, customizing àppeàrànce, disàbling àdvertising, ànd tàking control over their Gmàil àccounts Covers turning Gmàil into àn online hàrd drive for bàcking up files, using it às à blogging tool, ànd even creàting customized Gmàil tools ànd hàcks Shows reàders how to check their Gmàil without visiting the site; use Gmàil ÅPÌs in Perl, Python, PHP, ànd other lànguàges, or creàte their own; ànd màximize Gmàil às à host for messàge boàrds, photo gàlleries, even à blog


    Hacking GMail (ExtremeTech)

  • The Twitter Book

    This practical guide will teach you everything you need to know to quickly become a Twitter power user, including strategies and tactics for using Twitter's 140-character messages as a serious--and effective--way to boost your business. Co-written by Tim O'Reilly and Sarah Milstein, widely followed and highly respected Twitterers, the practical information in The Twitter Book is presented in a fun, full-color format that's packed with helpful examples and clear explanations.


    The Twitter Book

  • Starting an Online Business For Dummies, 4th Edition

    Delivers all the know-how would-be online entrepreneurs need to get their business off the ground, from identifying a market need and choosing a Web hosting service to securing transactions and attracting customers
    The book has been fully revamped with new coverage of setting up Amazon, Yahoo!, and other storefronts; running an eBay business; building profits via affiliate programs and middlemen; improving rankings on Google and other search engines; securing sites with firewalls; monitoring site traffic; and blogging
    Completely updated throughout, with new profiles of successful online businesses, a revised directory of Internet business resources (now available on the book's companion Web site), and the latest on advertising techniques and legal and tax requirements
    Contains helpful examples of businesses that survived the dot-com bust and continue to thrive, plus examples of strategies to avoid


    Starting an Online Business For Dummies, 4th Edition
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