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epcomics

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I am vastly impressed with the level of knowledge on these boards and would love to be that computer savvy myself. Can anyone recommend some good books that will set me up with a basic computer knowledge. Please keep in mind that I am younger and have been using computers my whole life so I'm not a complete idiot.

Thanks.
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Troy

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Start reading up on the materials for your CompTIA A+ certification. :)
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tyler kick you fase

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No books but I have 95 free videos that will greatly help. http://www.professor...o...ticle&id=43
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mpascal

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Start reading up on the materials for your CompTIA A+ certification. :)


I'm curious about this program. What kind of knowledge does it come with? I'm in the same boat as Epcomics - the only real computer knowledge I have is some basic computer knowledge along with more extensive programming experience.
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Ferrari

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I learned tonssss here on Geekstogo. However, any certification or degree program may be the best structure to learn from. I find a lot of "how to" videos and tutorials on youtube and I often read reviews from toms hardware online.

And if you are interested in Malware Removal, there is always Geek U.

Hope that helps!
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