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This 28 page guide will help you to get the most out of your shiny new tablet.If you're reading this you either already own an iPad or are seriously thinking about getting one. With this guide you will learn how to effectively manage your device and keep it organized and tidy, it will give you some tips and tricks, and present you with the MakeUseOf app picks for pretty much anything you'd want to do. Some things in this guide you may already know, but it is written for a variety of readers in mind – even experienced iPad owners are sure to find something here they weren't aware of, or some new apps that will change their usage of the device. There's something for everyone, so read on and enjoy.
This guide supplies you with numerous tips, tricks and free applications. Get the hang of the interface and discover what your Mac is really capable of.Gone are the days when Macs were only considered valid ‘office' computers. These days, Macs are the slick icons of the design and music industries — and now they're also spreading to the general consumer market. But even though Macs are an overall reincarnation of simplicity and user-friendliness, most people – whether they are computer initiates or have been working with Windows their entire life – need a little help getting started.
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With the complete amateur in mind who has no tech knowledge whatsoever, this guide will show you how to build your own PC!So you have decided to take the plunge and build your own PC? Well that's good but there's some problems attached to that plan. You don't even know the difference between a motherboard and your own mother. But that's no reason to abandon the project, because this guide includes nearly 50 pages full of screenshots, links to video demos and easy how-to instructions for every step involved. The result? The Idiot's Guide To Building A PC. It is so easy to follow, even your technophobe grandmother could do it.