What would make 2004 your best year, technically? Hereas an idea. Pick up a copy of PC Magazineas Technology Almanac 2004 and youall get a lot more than 52 weeks of technology trivia, dynamite downloads, and product reviews. Youall also receive a free one-year subscription to the print edition of PC Magazine* - A $19.97 value! PC Magazineas Technology Almanac 2004 is a feast for technophiles a a daily buffet of commentary, tips, memorable moments in tech history and more, from the experts you know and trust. All your favorite PC Magazine editors are here -- Bill Machrone, Michael J. Miller, John C. Dvorak, and Bill Howard -- with informative articles; researched and recommended products, vendors and Web sites; and their favorite tech tips, all related to a different topic each week. Technically, it could be the best year of your life! A sample pla tter of weekly topics: January 18: Burning CDs February 15: E-mail: Spam February 29: Digital Imaging: Improving Your Digital Images March 7: Networking: Wired March 14: Internet: Booking Travel Online March 28: Games: Game Controllers April 4: Security: Anti-Surveillance Techniques April 11: Microsoft Office: Excel Tips April 25: Windows: Registry Tweaks May 2: Multimedia: MP3s and WMAs July 18: PDAs: Going Solar August 22: Building Your Own: PVR November 14: Upgrading: Optical Drives December 12: Shopping Online: Finding the Best Gifts The guy who brought it all together: BRIAN UNDERDAHL is the well-known, bestselling author of more than 65 books on a broad range of computer topics. He has appeared on The Computer Chronicles and several TechTV programs. His books have earned an Award of Merit from the Northern California Technical Communications Competition and a Referenceware Excellence Award. Brian courageously tackled the task of bringing together this yearas worth of information and spicing it up with his magic touch. * see book for details. Offer valid only for US addresses.After setting up PPPoE in your router, uninstall WinPoET or EnterNet and restart Windows. ... the answer is fairly straightforward: Use your network print server software to set a static iP address for the printer within the range recognized by youranbsp;...
|Title||:||PC Magazine Technology Almanac 2004|
|Author||:||The Editors of PC Magazine|
|Publisher||:||Wiley - 2003-10-17|