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Interview on January 3, 2004
PC Annoyances     Guest: Steve Bass
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PC World expert Steve Bass covers the waterfront of PC gripes and gremlins, with fixes for everything from Windows glitches to browsers that won't browse in his new book "PC Annoyances" from O'Reilly. Steve Bass writes, "Admittedly, most annoying things are easy to find -- just boot up your system, spend a few minutes with Windows, and blammo, you're annoyed." In this second of a series, Steve discusses some of the things you can do to remedy these problems--quickly and without a degree in computer science.
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