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McGraw-Hill Computing Essentials. Annual…

McGraw-Hill Computing Essentials. Annual edition 1995-1996

by Timothy J. O'Leary

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This text contains all the general information that students need to understand how the hardware of a modern personal computer works. Students are shown how the CPU operates, how files are stored, how computers are programmed and how they communicate to printers and networks. Ethics and security issues are covered, and the book also takes a look at what the future may have in store. Other topics of interest include virtual reality, HCI and the Internet. This book can be used in conjunction with any of the lab modules in the O'Leary Microcomputing series to provide students with a balanced understanding of both software and hardware.

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