A Mine of Information.
This book is an A-Z, handy-sized dictionary aimed at the inexperienced computer user, which explains all those computing terms, acronyms and abbreviations that you were too embarrassed to ask about.
Definitions are given in simple, informal language and don't assume any prior knowledge. The terminology will enable you to undertake many basic computing tasks, including:
- Deciphering a computer advert
- Asking for advice on how to run a word processing package or spreadsheet without getting scared by the answer
- Chatting on the Internet
With straightforward explanations given for hundreds of terms, from "archive" to "DVD" and "Ethernet" to "WYSIWYG", this book has all the information you need.