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053: Formatting and partitioning

054: PCs and family trees

055: Easier access

056: The power of speech

057: Getting on the net

058: Internet browsers

059: Security on the net

060: Backup and mass storage

061: Finding friends and relatives

062: Powertoys and Tweak UI

063: Outlook express part 1

064: Outlook express part 2

065: Spring cleaning

066: Hard disc clear out

067: Networking pcs part 1

068: Networking pcs part 2

069: Installing a parallel port

070: Newsgroups on the internet

071: Newsgroups, netiquette

072: Using a PC for research

073: Blue screen blues

074: DVD part 1

075: Installing a DVD player

076: Surviving the millennium

077: Y2k fixes

078: Power management

079: Shareware and freeware 1

080: Shareware and freeware 2

081: Crash recovery part 1

082: Crash recovery part 2

083: Essential backups

084: Symbols and accents

085: File names

086: Domain names

087: Installing second hard disc 1

088: Installing second hard disc 2

089: Clean and reliable power

090: Chatting on the internet

091: Music on the internet

092: The universal serial bus

093: Email on the move

094: Managing a mail shot, part 1

095: Managing a mail shot, part 2

096: Faxing from your PC

097: Creating a simple form

098: CV writing made simple

099: Re-installing windows

100: Christmas cards

101: Receiving faxes on your PC

102: Creating a calendar

103: When Windows won't close

104: PCs and family trees

 

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