eBook PC Hacks: 100 Industrial-Strength Tips Tools download
by Jim Aspinwall
Author: Jim Aspinwall
Publisher: O'Reilly Media; 1 edition (November 4, 2004)
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Subcategory: Hardware and DIY
COM and author of three books on PC maintenance, delivers basic to advanced hacks for overclocking CPU and video cards, tweaking RAM timing, selecting the best performing components, and much more. He also offers many tips for avoiding common mistakes - and for getting the system back up and running if something does go wrong
has been added to your Cart. As with all Hacks books, there are 100 tips to play with. Some may not apply to you, and others may be worth the purchase price of the book by themselves.
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Manufacturer: O'Reilly Media Release date: 1 November 2004 ISBN-10 : 0596007485 ISBN-13: 9780596007485.
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You'll learn how to manage content in PDF, navigate it, and reuse it as necessary. The little-known tips and tricks in this book are ideal for anyone who works with PDF on a regular basis, including web developers, pre-press users, forms creators, and those who generate PDF for distribution. Whether you want to fine-tune and debug your existing PDF documents or explore the full potential the format offers, PDF Hacks will turn you into a PDF power user.
This book is more basic than the other hacks book. While the others cover offbeat issues around a topic this one offers straightforward solutions to every day problems.
100 Hacks to Make PCs Do What You Want. com User, December 28, 2004. This book is more basic than the other hacks book. These including flashing your BIOS, adding more RAM or more power, dual booting and managing partitions.
Intel-and AMD-powered PCs--which account for more than 90% of all personal computers--are powerful and expandable, and operating systems like Windows and Linux do a great job of running well on this hardware. But to maintain maximum stability and predictability, these operating systems don't push the hardware to its limits.That doesn't mean you can't.PC Hacks shows PC users like you how to get the most out of your hardware and software to make your PC experience more satisfying than ever. You don't need another collection of simple tips and command-clicks; you need PC Hacks, where you'll find proven techniques for enhancing performance and preventing problems with your PC hardware. This step-by-step, hack-by-hack guide, with invaluable tips and tricks throughout, will get you hacking the system board, CPU, BIOS, peripherals and operating system--everything but the unhackable power supply!In PC Hacks, Jim Aspinwall, the Windows Helpdesk columnist and feature editor for CNET.COM and author of three books on PC maintenance, delivers basic to advanced hacks for overclocking CPU and video cards, tweaking RAM timing, selecting the best performing components, and much more. He includes suggestions for reusing an old PC to off-load work from newer systems as well as ways to prevent security hacks. He also offers many tips for avoiding common mistakes--and for getting the system back up and running if something does go wrong.PC Hacks combines of the bestselling Hacks series style with the world's most popular computing hardware. Presented in a clear and direct format and covering both Windows and Linux operating systems, PC Hacks ensure that you'll hack and tweak your way to the best performance possible out of your trusty PC.