Author(s): Roger Laing
The computer still sits at the centre of many people's lives. Fitting it in and around the multitude of other devices (smartphones, tablets, bluetooth connections, music and TV servers) makes it all the more important to know how to manage your computer. This straightforward new book helps answer those awkward questions -- "why is my computer so slow?", "How do I set up wi-fi in my home?" -- and covers other essential tasks such as backing up, checking for viruses and dealing with child-protection measures.
Roger Laing is a writer, journalist, blogger and tweeter who writes on all things business and technology-related. He has written and edited more than 20 books covering social media, PCs, the Internet, web design and information technology - not forgetting the guidebook to the French Riviera where he used to live. He has an MA in Experimental Psychology from Oxford University.