For freshman-level courses in Computer Science technology and engineering.This text provides a comprehensive exploration of all major Windows operating systems--especially 95, 98, and NT. It focuses on hardware principles, software details, troubleshooting, and networking--with a strong pedagogy that enables students to apply numerous concepts to real-world computer situations.SELF-TEST This self-test is designed to help you check your understanding of the background information presented in this exercise. True/False Answer true or false. 1. The hypertext ... The concept of universal service and the Internet involves a. Being able to ... Allowing all users to access the universal Internet database.
|Title||:||Introduction to Microsoft Windows for Engineering and Technology|
|Author||:||James L. Antonakos, Kenneth C. Mansfield|