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Amazon.com Review
Updated to include all the recent developments to the PC and complete with a CD-ROM, the third edition of How Computers Work is like a cool science museum in a book. But make no mistake–this is not a book for children. How Computers Work aims to teach readers about all the intricacies held within the machine, and it’s a daunting task. The author, Ron White, doesn’t dumb down his material; instead he provides thorough and substantive definitions. The pages of fun and colorful graphics ease the tension, though, and bring the abstract concepts–the difference between RAM and ROM, for example–into real life. The book has incredible depth, explaining everything you could want to know about your computer, with each piece of hardware being given full treatment over two to five pages. (Macintosh and UNIX users should be aware, though, that the book’s model is the “Wintel,” a Windows PC with an Intel microprocessor.) The book is well-structured and can easily (more…)

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