An updated edition of the standard microcomputer dictionary for corporations, classrooms, libraries, and individual computer users. This second edition includes hundreds of new entries and dozens of new illustrations to give the dictionary a truly pictorial feel. ""Amazingly complete, with terms gleaned from every subdiscipline of computing"".--PC Magazine.
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With the look and feel of a classic dictionary, Microsoft Press Computer Dictionary defines terms and acronyms from various topics including hardware, networks, programming, applications, and databases. Unlike some dictionaries, it does not attempt to tackle companies, well-known commercial products, proprietary technologies (except some from Microsoft itself), and cyberculture. However, it does an excellent job of clarifying concepts and explaining abstruse technical terms in easy-to-understand language. This dictionary would make a fine edition for either beginning or advanced computer users.From Book News:
A comprehensive dictionary for people who work with microcomputers but aren't computer professionals. Some 5,000 entries define both basic and more advanced terms, and include phonetic pronunciations where appropriate. Some definitions are accompanied by drawings, diagrams, or other graphics. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.
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Book Description Microsoft Press, 2000. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P111556155972
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