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Peter Norton's introduction to computers.

By: Norton, Peter, 1943-.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New Delhi : Tata McGraw-Hill Education Private Limited, c2011Edition: 7th ed.Description: xvi, 628 p. : col. ill. ; 28 cm.ISBN: 9780070671201; 0070671206.Uniform titles: Introduction to computers / Subject(s): Computers | Computer softwareDDC classification: 004 Online resources: WorldCat details | Table of contents
Contents:
1. Introduction to Computer Systems Lesson 1A. Exploring Computers and Their Uses Lesson 1B. Looking Inside the Computer System 2. INTERACTING WITH YOUR COMPUTER Lesson 2A. Using the Keyboard and Mouse Lesson 2B. Inputting Data in Other Ways 3. SEEING, HEARING, AND PRINTING DATA Lesson 3A. Video and Sound Lesson 3B. Printing 4. PROCESSING DATA Lesson 4A. Transforming Data into Information Lesson 4B. Modern CPUs 5. STORING DATA Lesson 5A. Types of Storage Devices Lesson 5B. Measuring and Improving Drive Performance 6. USING OPERATING SYSTEMS Lesson 6A. Operating System Basics Lesson 6B. Survey of PC and Network Operating Systems 7. NETWORKS Lesson 7A. Networking Basics Lesson 7B. Data Communications 8. PRESENTING THE INTERNET Lesson 8A. The Internet and the World Wide Web Lesson 8B. E-Mail and Other Internet Services 9. WORKING IN THE ONLINE WORLD Lesson 9A. Connecting to the Internet Lesson 9B. Doing Business in the Online World 10. WORKING WITH APPLICATION SOFTWARE Lesson 10A. Productivity Software Lesson 10B. Graphics and Multimedia
Summary: A trusted name in Information technology, Peter Norton has been synonymous with computers for close to three decades. His trilogy on computers, including Computing Fundamentals, Essential Concepts, and Introduction to Computers, is considered a leading educational resource on the subject. This Indian adaptation of Introduction to Computers takes forward the unparalleled success and legacy of this series of books.
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Includes Index.

1. Introduction to Computer Systems
Lesson 1A. Exploring Computers and Their Uses
Lesson 1B. Looking Inside the Computer System
2. INTERACTING WITH YOUR COMPUTER
Lesson 2A. Using the Keyboard and Mouse
Lesson 2B. Inputting Data in Other Ways
3. SEEING, HEARING, AND PRINTING DATA
Lesson 3A. Video and Sound
Lesson 3B. Printing
4. PROCESSING DATA
Lesson 4A. Transforming Data into Information
Lesson 4B. Modern CPUs
5. STORING DATA
Lesson 5A. Types of Storage Devices
Lesson 5B. Measuring and Improving Drive Performance
6. USING OPERATING SYSTEMS
Lesson 6A. Operating System Basics
Lesson 6B. Survey of PC and Network Operating Systems
7. NETWORKS
Lesson 7A. Networking Basics
Lesson 7B. Data Communications
8. PRESENTING THE INTERNET
Lesson 8A. The Internet and the World Wide Web
Lesson 8B. E-Mail and Other Internet Services
9. WORKING IN THE ONLINE WORLD
Lesson 9A. Connecting to the Internet
Lesson 9B. Doing Business in the Online World
10. WORKING WITH APPLICATION SOFTWARE
Lesson 10A. Productivity Software
Lesson 10B. Graphics and Multimedia

A trusted name in Information technology, Peter Norton has been synonymous with computers for close to three decades. His trilogy on computers, including Computing Fundamentals, Essential Concepts, and Introduction to Computers, is considered a leading educational resource on the subject. This Indian adaptation of Introduction to Computers takes forward the unparalleled success and legacy of this series of books.

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