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Links to resources for the PC and Windows 95/98/NT. A simple place to start for novice PC owners.
These magazines are available in print and also have on-line versions.
- MS-DOS 7 Commands
- index of commands, utilities and device drivers plus lots of great Links to other sources in case you ever have to use the "MS-DOS Prompt"
- Windows NT Tips
- tips, tricks, registry hacks and more, has a search feature
- Windows Weenie
- Q & A, discussion groups and mailing lists for help with error messages and Windows problems
- ZDNET Best
- they say the best free (and nearly free) stuff available on the Web
You need a file decompression program to process files after you download them from the Web.
- Alladin Expander
- free decompression tool for all StuffIt and Zip compressed files
- lets you slice files into smaller manageable pieces for easy transport and distribution on floppy disks or other media
File Transfer Protocol (FTP)
You need an FTP program to upload your web pages to your Internet Service Provider (ISP).
- Cupertino FTP
- free easy-to-use FTP client with a drag-and-drop Windows Explorer look
- Adobe Acrobat
- free software that lets you view and print Portable Document Format (PDF) files for the PC and Mac
Copyright © 1999-2001, J. Marcus Ziegler. Last updated September 16, 2001.
The PC Page - http://www.accesscom.com/~ziegler/pc.html