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Praise for PC Annoyances

Praise for PC Annoyances

"Annoyed with your PC? Fight back with this smart, funny, indispensable survival guide."

Ed Bott, author, Microsoft Windows XP Inside Out and Special Edition Using Office 2003

"PC Annoyances is packed with amazingly useful tips and tricks. Every flip through the book brings me to something useful that I'm glad to know and didn't before."

Steve Gibson, security expert and author, ShieldsUP! and SpinRite

"Bass is the smartest and most entertaining technology writer covering personal computers today. This book is a guaranteed cure for whatever ails your PC, from the big errors that can bring a computer to its knees to the glitches that are more trivial but no less maddening."

Kevin McKean, CEO and Editorial Director, InfoWorld magazine

"One of my current favorites...Bass delivers on the book's title by zeroing in on a handful of the most common and most aggravating problem areas in personal computing. Using clear language and everyday examples, Bass systematically tackles such knotty subjects as email, Windows, wfseb surfing, Windows Explorer, digital music and video, and more."

John Moran, The Hartford Courant

"By concentrating on the annoyances-and the fixes-Steve Bass cleverly exposes the underlying richness of Windows and your everyday applications. Beyond boosting your own productivity and reducing your blood pressure, you'll be a hero to everyone around you!"

Bill Machrone, Columnist and Contributing Editor, PC Magazine

"Steve Bass's book...is nothing less than a goldmine. It's a lighthearted, easy read that is also jam-packed with serious tips and tricks...PC Annoyances won't be gathering any dust on my living room bookshelf; it already has a handy home-right next to my PC!"

Linda Webb, Greater Cleveland PC Users Group

"Jammed into 200 pages are tips, tricks, and tirades that cover everything from codecs to crashes, Acrobat Reader to ZoneAlarm, with humor and the kind of advice that will keep you running to the keyboard to try out each new pointer."

James Coates, Chicago Tribune

"One of the best darned all-around PC books I've seen in a long time."

Linda Gonse, reader review

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