This desktop encylopaedia features over 900 pages of clear definitions and explanations of many aspects of computing. It includes coverage of: the inner and outer workings of the PC; the architecture of the CPU; connecting devices; and standardization and how it will affect usability.Über den Autor:
Alan Freedman (Point Pleasant, PA) is president of The Computer Language Company, an organization devoted to computer education and training for business and non-technical people. He is the author of the best-selling Computer Glossary and co-author of The Internet Glossary and Quick Reference Guide.
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