Books for learners

  anskyber 13:12 05 Feb 06

Can anyone recommend a couple of books which will help with my PC use. Win XP Home is OS.Current competence is 4/10

  pj123 13:33 05 Feb 06

Depends on what it is you want to learn.

The "xxx for Dummies" series are pretty good.

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You could also contact your local council and ask if they are running any evening classes in IT.

  SANTOS7 13:34 05 Feb 06

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have a look around this first, good luck..........

  Totally-braindead 13:50 05 Feb 06

Have to agree the dummies guides are excellent click here you could also try your local library they always have at least one copy.

  anskyber 17:09 05 Feb 06

Thanks one and all!

  spuds 17:34 05 Feb 06

If you have any local public libraries, then it would a browse there. The other two places that I would suggest is Borders and PC World, both have a very good selection of computer related books, usually at discount prices.This methods will give you an idea as to the contents suitable to your particular needs and price range of these type of books.

At present, I am trying to read Chris Fehily's book called Microsoft Windows XP (ISBN 0-321-17407-0). This seems to cover most subjects to do with XP Home and Pro. The book was originally sold in the UK in August 2003 at £14.99, and was published by Peachpit Press click here

  spuds 17:36 05 Feb 06

Typo error-'then it would be worth a browse there.'

  stalion 17:39 05 Feb 06
  anskyber 20:55 05 Feb 06

Thanks again

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