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Dictionary of Computing
Over 11,000 entries, detailed definitions, with a no-frills interface. Includes hardware,
software, theory, and history.
4,000 entries, arranged by subject categories.
User Guides from Microsoft
Have a Macintosh computer? Go here to find the latest information on the Macintosh's
"A complete guide of every Macintosh and MacOS-Compatible in the world, with detailed technical, configuration, and pricing information."
Apple's Tech Info Library
"Apple's knowledgebase with product information, technical specifications, and
troubleshooting information." Updated daily.
MacAssistant: Tips and Tutorial Newsletter
"When user friendly is not enough."
Shows what can be done with this early operating system. Text only.
Web-Based Guide to DOS
From the book DOS the Easy Way. List of DOS commands and examples of their
TIPS & TRICKS
Maintenance and Troubleshooting Handbook
Troubleshooting advice and basic computer problem solving from Rose Nelson, Automation
Consultant for the South Central Kansas Library System.
WinFiles.com Tips and Tricks
Divided into subjects, and then labeled for Beginners, Intermediate, or Advanced users.
For intermediate to advanced users who want ways to get around Windows95
"features." According to the site, "those seeking an unbiased or
politically correct resource should look elsewhere." Site includes a search engine
and an index.
Launched March 1998. Updated frequently.