Que, a publishing imprint of Pearson, provides practical advice on the tools you need to enhance your personal and professional life.
This new edition covers the Fall Creators Update to Windows 10. Includes free Web Edition which will be updated as Microsoft updates Windows 10 features.
Experienced with Windows? Don't let Windows 10 make you feel like a beginner again! Windows 10 in Depth, Second Edition is packed with intensely useful knowledge, tips, and shortcuts you just won't find anywhere else. It's the fastest, best way to master Windows 10's full power, revamped interface, and new tools—from the reconfigured Start menu to the Cortana personal assistant. This friendly, expert guide will make Windows 10 way more productive, painless, and fun, whether you're running it on a computer or a tablet...at home, at work, on the road, anywhere.
My Windows 10, Second Edition
My Microsoft® Windows® 10 is an easy, full-color tutorial on the latest operating system from Microsoft. Full-color, step-by-step tasks walk you through getting and keeping your Windows 10 computer working just the way you want. This book is also part of Que's Content Update Program. As Microsoft updates features of Windows 10, sections of this book will be updated or new sections will be added to match the updates to the software. The updates will be delivered to you via a free Web Edition of this book.
My...—Full-Color, Step-by-Step Guides
The "My..." series is a visually rich, task-based series to help you get up and running with your new device and technology and tap into some of the hidden, or less obvious features. This series also includes "For Seniors" guides, a collection of how-to guide books from AARP and Que that respect your smarts without assuming you are a techie.
Absolute Beginner's Guide—No Experience Necessary
This series is designed for the kind of person who doesn't need to know the hows and whys of a subject, just how to perform basic tasks and get it to work. No experience required!
In Depth—Beyond the Basics, Beneath the Surface
The In Depth series goes beyond the basics and dives beneath the surface of a technology to provide a detailed, thorough, and comprehensive look at a topic. You can rely upon the In Depth series to provide breakthrough techniques and shortcuts and practical, real-world examples that you can apply every day.
Conrad Carlberg's Microsoft Excel Analytics Series
Conrad Carlberg, a nationally recognized expert on quantitative analysis and data analysis applications, shows you how to use Excel to perform a wide variety of analyses to solve real-world business problems. Employing a step-by-step tutorial approach, Carlberg delivers clear explanations of proven Excel techniques that can help you increase revenue, reduce costs, and improve productivity. With each book comes an extensive collection of Excel workbooks you can adapt to your own projects.
MrExcel Library—Learn from MrExcel
Titles in the MrExcel Library provide practical, real-world scenarios that demonstrate how to benefit from and explain how to avoid the pitfalls of everyday data crunching. Bill Jelen, Excel MVP, founder of MrExcel.com and best-selling author, will help you get to the next level in Excel proficiency by pinpointing a certain task (e.g. formulas, functions, pivot tables, or programming) and delivering specific information to help master the subset at hand.
Scott Mueller's Upgrading and Repairing—Best-Selling Guides to Everything PC
Scott Mueller is a trusted authoritative hardware voice in the industry and has taught hardware repair to thousands of computer professionals and enthusiasts. For over 20 years, Upgrading and Repairing PCs has been the industry's #1 guide to PC hardware: the single source for reliable, step-by-step information on identifying and fixing problems, adding hardware, optimizing performance, and building new PCs from scratch.
My MacBook: Managing Contacts and Appointments
By John Ray
Microsoft Windows 7 Delivers on Legacy Printer Drivers
By Ed Tittel, Justin Korelc
Google Chrome OS: A Preview
By Michael Miller
Fact or Fiction: Should You Use Wikipedia for Research?
By Michael Miller