Computer Beginner’s Guides

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4 thoughts on “Computer Beginner’s Guides

  1. Dave

    I find it easy to connect with your teaching and writing style. I’ve read most of your fiction and found your computer teaching series to be a pleasant surprise. After all, a writer of fantasy can’t actually know anything useful, right? Yeah, right. Do you have any plans to write anything about networking? I know it’s a huge field, but I’d happily pay for a JM on the subject.

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    1. jmoellerwriter Post author

      Thanks! I’m glad you’ve found the tech books helpful and the fantasy books enjoyable. Lately I’ve been doing more fantasy books because they generally sell better, but I really do want to get a book on Windows 10 out before too long.

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  2. Cary Cornell

    I am learning lots of good stuff reading your book on the Windows Command Line beginners guide.. I also read a lot of stuff that is Sci-Fi and was very pleasantly surprised to see all of your books. Who woulda thought?
    So in regards to your tech book, I am reading it but it does not cover windows 10. I am trying to learn all the computer stuff I possibly can. Are there any possibilities of you taking some time out to add in the command line features that are in windows 10?
    I would grab whatever books you may write on windows 10 as well.

    In the meantime is it possible to take a computer with windows 10 and somehow install 8.1 instead, since you do cover 8.1. In command line features in windows 8.1.

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    1. Jonathan Moeller Post author

      Thanks! I’m glad you found the books useful.

      Most of the command line stuff from 8.1 should still work in 10.

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