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PostPosted: Thu Oct 20, 2005 9:28 am 
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Im just starting out in the P.C. world but im looking to learn as much as possible,any suggestions on some good books to learn the basics....?


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 20, 2005 10:14 pm 
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I do have a subscription to Maximum Pc and dvr "Call for help on G4"...Evey day at 9 AM.


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You might want to pick up CPU Magazine also, the stuff in there is a little more "Technical" and may also give various tips to speed up your system,of course back-up your system (Hard Drive and Registry) before performing any of the tweaks. Then again you could get "PC Basics for Dummies."


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Study for the A+ exam and you will get all the basics you need and then supplement that with a couple of magazine subscriptions to stay on top of the latest developments.

There are plenty of good practice study disks you can get off of ebay and other sites as well. Good Luck! :D


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 06, 2005 7:11 pm 
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For a good history lesson, try A+ Complete Study Guide- Deluxe Edition.
It goes from the early days to Windows 2k. Easy to read too.
ISBN 0782140521
It also listed on CompTIA's Web site for compliance with the 2003 objectives. It's not too technical. Good luck! :)


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 15, 2006 2:44 pm 
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i would like to suggest another forum called geekstogo. If you want to look around on how to remove malware and stuff they are very helpful and supportive. Also they have a what the call a "geek universtiy" which i find very informative. It somewhere to start but there is a large rang of stuff you can look at so when you first start up! I would say get MP annual subsciption, as they are also very informative.


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