Oops! What to Do When Things Go Wrong
A lighthearted handbook for PC users identifies some of the most common computer-related mishaps, offering advice on how to get out of a variety of sticky situations.
- Computer basics for the technically timid
- Why bad things happen to good computer users
- Preparing a PC Survival Kit
Author’s note: This was a huge seller back in 1992-1993, selling well over 50,000 copies in its first edition. This book led to two additional editions, as well as a complete series — Oops for Windows, Oops for Excel, and so forth. Readers liked the book’s combination of lighthearted, easy-to-understand writing and useful technical information.
Author: Michael Miller
Publisher: Que Publishing
Published: November 1992
Page count: 366 pp.