Created to fill the need for all those readers who want more thorough, detailed knowledge of an application and do not want to rely on others for information, this perfect, self-paced tutorial includes a wealth of exercises, quizzes, tests, and summaries to help users actually learn how to understand Windows 95.
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Andy Rathbone started geeking around with computers in 1985 when he bought a boxy CP/M Keypro 2X with lime-green letters. Like other budding nerds, he soon began playing with null-modem adapters, dialing up computer bulletin boards, and working part-time at Radio Shack.
Andy began combining his two interests, words and computers, by selling articles to a local computer magazine. During the next few years, Andy started ghostwriting computer books for more-famous computer authors, as well as writing several hundred articles about computers for technoid publications like Supercomputing Review, CompuServe Magazine, ID Systems, DataPro, and Shareware.
In 1992, Andy and DOS For Dummies® author/legend Dan Gookin teamed up to write PCs For Dummies®, which was runner-up in the Computer Press Association's 1993 awards. Andy subsequently wrote the first edition of Windows® For Dummies® as well as Windows® 95 For Dummies® and Windows® 98 For Dummies®. He has also written OS/2® For Dummies® and Upgrading and Fixing PCs For Dummies®.
Andy lives with his most-excellent wife, Tina, and their cat in San Diego, California. When not writing, he fiddles with his MIDI synthesizer and tries to keep the cat off both keyboards.
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Book Description IDG Books Worldwide, Inc., 1996. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bk&Disk. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX1568846312