The Ultimate Book on Microsoft Vista Computer

So, you have purchased the most advanced operating system ever created in the history of humankind, but perhaps you did so reluctantly and because, well that's what your computer came with. But, if you will purchase this book you will learn just how powerful Microsoft Vista is and how many cool new things that it does.

New Book Provides Practical Advice for Protecting Digital Life and Identity:
Brian Maki's "Little Black Book" provides practical and invaluable advice about how to protect your online identity, passwords, and online profile during life and even after your death. He also offers advice for those who find the world of technology frustrating and impersonal. This short, concise book will have readers rethinking their online use and time.

Xbox Kinect Games Review:
If you are one of the most cynical gamers out there when it comes to control in video game titles there is no getting away from the fact that Xbox Kinect Games from a technical standpoint is an extremely impressive. For most gamers my self-included you will find it very hard to convince them that anything but an actual controller may be used to properly play a game, however Kinect sure is attempting to change gamers minds.

PC Secret Formula Review - Transform Slow PC Into Speed Monster:
PC Secret Formula is a step by step guide showing you how to transform a slow PC into a speed monster. Everything you want to know about PC Secret Formula is outlined in this article. The detailed review in this article will help you make an informed decision.

"The Minimum You Need to Know to Be an OpenVMS Application Developer" by Roland Hughes - Book Review:
The series' first book "The Minimum You Need to Know to Be an OpenVMS Application Developer" is a comprehensive guide to the OpenVMS operating system. It covers application development, language usage and everything programmers need in order to start building real business applications on OpenVMS. The book not only includes fundamental information, but also provides plenty of free codes, a free CD-ROM and exercises at the end of each chapter, so that readers can test their own understanding of key concepts.

Interview with Roland Hughes, Author of "The Minimum You Need to Know" Series:
Both experienced computer programmers looking for a useful desktop reference book and information technology beginners in search of the best tips and tricks in the trade will find what they seek with Roland Hughes' "The Minimum You Need to Know" series. Hughes" 20 years of experience in the IT field allowed him to write three books filled with practical and readily applicable knowledge for today's IT specialists.

Machines That Think - A Book Review:
In the 1980s a huge number of books were written on artificial intelligence. From as early as 1980 books started really producing solid content on the topic. No, the concept obviously originated decades the prior, but by the early 80's computer scientists were really getting a handle on it, and towards the end of the 80s there were some really excellent books that honed in on the future.

This Book, Learning Your Computer Through Pictures Is a Wonderful and Fun Way to Learn Computers!:
I have just finished publishing a book entitled, "Learning Your Computer Through Pictures." This book is fun and easy to use. You will learn how to create MS Word Documents, how to insert graphics and edit graphics, how to insert hyper-links, how to make slide show movies and upload to YouTube. Every instruction is presented with a screen capture so that all you need to do is follow the pictorial instructions and you will be an above average computer user. Here is a testimony from one of my readers: I am really amazed by the book, "Learning Your Computer Through Pictures." This book is the easiest, simplest, and the clearest self-teaching textbook pertaining to computers that I have ever studied...
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