Computer Fundamentals study guide teaches relevant concepts associated with general computing and Windows 7 in addition to various built-in system tools. You will also learn the use of advanced concepts such as Windows Flip and Windows Flip 3D.
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The computer fundamentals study guide is authored by Anand Narayanaswamy, former Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) based in Trivandrum, Kerala State, India.
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