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Diagnose and solve your PC problems with this easy-to-understandguide

Written by veteran For Dummies author Dan Gookin, thisstraightforward guide shows you how to diagnose and solve the mostcommon hardware and software problems your PC may encounter. Inaddition, he presents advice for preventing PC problems in thefirst placeand clearly explains how to create a safe and secure PCenvironment.    

Walks you through ways to diagnose the most common PC hardware,software, and operating system problems Offers clear and easy-to-understand solutions for confidentlyhandling these problems Shares valuable advice about maintaining your system tomaximize its lifespan Reviews an array of useful tools Covers Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Internet Explorer 8

Troubleshooting & Maintaining Your PC All-in-One ForDummies, 2nd Edition helps you to confidently handlewhatever PC problems you may encounter.

Topics: Computer Programming, Tips & Tricks, Problem Solving, Informative, Prescriptive, and Guides

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ISBN: 9781118067444
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