Fix your own computerawithout becoming a technical expert! This book is the fastest way to save money on computer repairs, avoid unnecessary frustration, and keep using perfectly good equipment instead of throwing it away! Even if youare completely non-technical, youall learn how to get the job done, one incredibly clear and easy step at a time. Computer repair and maintenance has never, ever been this simple! Ai Who knew how simple fixing your computer could be? Ai This is the easiest, most practical beginneras guide to fixing your own computerab simple, reliable instructions and crystal-clear pictures that show you exactly how to do it yourself! Hereas a small sample of what youall learn: acAiAi Maintain your computer so itas less likely to break in the first place acAiAi Perform simple aounce of preventiona tasks now, so itas easier to fix problems later acAiAi Learn simple troubleshooting techniques for figuring out whatas wrong acAiAi Find the right tools (you might already have them!) acAiAi Buy the right parts without spending more than you have to acAiAi Fix aggravating Windows startup problems acAiAi Smoothly recover from PC crashes acAiAi Perform basic hardware repairs or upgrades at home, often in minutes acAiAi Install a new hard disk, CD/DVD drive, or Blu-ray drive acAiAi Speed up your computer by adding memory or upgrading its processor acAiAi Troubleshoot and fix network and Internet connection problems acAiAi And much moreab Ai Paul McFedries is a full-time technical writer and passionate computer tinkerer. He has authored more than 80 computer books that have sold more than 4 million copies. His recent titles include My Office 2013 RT, Windows 8 In Depth, Microsoft Windows 7 Unleashed, Microsoft Home Server 2011 Unleashed, and Tweak It and Freak It: A Killer Guide to Making Windows Run Your Way. He is also proprietor of Word Spy (www.wordspy.com), a website that tracks new words and phrases as they enter the English language. AiRemove the new battery from its packaging, being careful not to touch any exposed metal contacts. Slide the new battery into the laptopa#39;s slot or socket. Close the latch, switch, or release button to lock the new battery into place. ... Restart the laptop and allow the battery to fully charge. ... batterya#39;s usable charge, switch to Windowsa#39; Power Saver plan, use applications sparingly, avoid media, disconnectanbsp;...
|Title||:||Fixing Your Computer Absolute Beginner's Guide|
|Publisher||:||Que Publishing - 2013-07-17|