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August 14, 2004
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August 14, 2004
Regain Your Computer
McGraw-Hill/Osborne, a unit of McGraw-Hill Education and The McGraw-Hill Companies (NYSE: MHP), is a leading publisher of self-paced computer training materials, including user and reference guides, series on computer certification, and high-level titles on networking, programming, and Web development tools. McGraw-Hill/Osborne is the official press of Oracle, Corel, and Intuit.
Author Ken Feinstein discusses "How to Do Everything to Fight Spam, Viruses, Pop-Ups, and Spyware" the latest release from McGraw-Hill/Osborne's "How To" series. The book is divided into four sections, each dealing with a particular nuisance. Ken provides an overview of these particular annoyances with some ideas on what to do to regain control of your e-mail and make web surfing enjoyable again.
McGraw-Hill/OsborneAugust 14, 2004 interview
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