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Buying a Computer For Dummies

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Buying a Computer For Dummies, 9780764598180 (076459818X), For Dummies, 2005
Flat display? Satellite modem? What do YOU need?

Decide what you want your computer to do, and then pick the parts that get you there

If your top priority is cool multimedia, you have different computer needs from your pal who can't wait to play games online. Follow Dan's proven system, and you'll come out with the right stuff, buy it from a reliable source that offers the support you need, put it all together, and become PC-savvy without the headaches!

Discover how to

  • Determine what software you need
  • Choose the hardware that runs it best
  • Shop for service and support
  • Pick the peripherals for what you want to do
  • Decide between laptops and desktops
About the Author

Dan Gookin wrote the original For Dummies book, DOS For Dummies, in 1991. He features many of his bestsellers and keeps up with his fans on his popular Web site, wambooli.com
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