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If you can imagine something you'd like your computer to do, you can probably do it with versatile, economical, powerful Linux. Here's how to tap that power, from installation to Linux desktop environments to getting things done. The accompanying CD-ROM gives you everything you need to get started, and with the dual boot option, you don't even have to give up the familiar comfort of Windows in order to try it out. What are you waiting for?

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  • How the unique Linux terminal works
  • Ways to back up data, add and remove software, and manage your Internet connection
  • Secrets of security for Linux systems
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A Practical Guide to Information Architecture (Practical Guide Series)
A Practical Guide to Information Architecture (Practical Guide Series)

I’ll tell you a secret. One that my friends and family mostly know about, and many people who meet me eventually figure out. But it is one of those slightly embarrassing secrets – one that I don’t usually just tell people when I meet them for the first time. But you’re going to be my friend for the next 300 pages, so...

Functional Programming in JavaScript: How to improve your JavaScript programs using functional techniques
Functional Programming in JavaScript: How to improve your JavaScript programs using functional techniques

Summary

Functional Programming in JavaScript teaches JavaScript developers functional techniques that will improve extensibility, modularity, reusability, testability, and performance. Through concrete examples and jargon-free explanations, this book teaches you how to apply functional programming to...

Investing Online For Dummies
Investing Online For Dummies

Expert online investing advice that you can take to the bank! Want to take firm control of your investments and reach your financial goals, but baffled by the dizzying array of online tools? Start with this bestselling guide. Investing Online For Dummies, 8th Edition will help you build your portfolio with the latest financial management...


Longman English Grammar Practice
Longman English Grammar Practice
This book provides grammar exercises for students working on their own, with an integrated key at the back for reference. The book can be used in any order depending on the personal needs of the students and the exercises are not arranged in order of increasing difficulty, but are marked with asterisks to indicate their relative degree of...
Equipped to Lead:  Managing People, Partners, Processes, and Performance
Equipped to Lead: Managing People, Partners, Processes, and Performance

Unless you manage a hook-and-ladder company, your workday shouldn't be spent putting out fires. Yet leaders often spend most of their time running from crisis to crisis.

In his groundbreaking New York Times bestseller Built to Serve, United Supermarkets CEO Dan Sanders showed how putting profi ts before people...

The Little Republic: Masculinity and Domestic Authority in Eighteenth-Century Britain
The Little Republic: Masculinity and Domestic Authority in Eighteenth-Century Britain

The relationship between men and the domestic in eighteenth-century Britain has been obscured by two well-established historiographical narratives. The first charts changes in domestic patriarchy, founded on political patriarchalism in the early modern period and transformed during the eighteenth century by new types of family relationship...

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