Bits and PCs: Building Your First Computer

Bits and PCs: Building Your First Computer

English | March 11, 2012 | ASIN: B007JCM1ZY | 54 Pages | AZW3 | 0.32 MB

Computers are incredibly useful machines; portals to vast amounts of information and entertainment. Picking the perfect PC for you, however, can be a difficult and potentially expensive task. Bits and PCs: Building Your First Computer will show you how you can both save money and get a computer that is just right for you by building your own. It doesn't matter whether you've never even thought about trying to build a computer before or you've considered it and you're finally ready to pull the trigger. Whatever your experience level, this guide will walk you through the process from start to finish. You'll learn what components make up a computer, how to pick the right parts to create your own personalized dream machine, where to order them, and how to assemble them into a fully functional computer. Even if you're simply curious about what each part of a computer does, Bits and PCs: Building Your First Computer features information that's sure to come in handy for you.


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