Download 'Troubleshooting and Maintaining Your PC All-in-One For Dummies' Ebook Free For A Limited Time



You can download 'Troubleshooting and Maintaining Your PC All-in-One For Dummies, 3rd Edition' ($16 value) for free through July 19, 2018.

For all their incredible power and versatility, PCs can be trouble-prone and may get temperamental over time. With Troubleshooting & Maintaining Your PC All-in-One For Dummies, 3rd Edition, you can quickly diagnose and solve your PC problems, while keeping your hardware and peripherals running smoothly. Fully updated and revised, this third edition gives Windows 10 users the hands-on ability to resolve most issues, boost PC security, and optimize system performance.

  • Learn the quick fixes that can be remedied on-the-fly
  • Fix everything from startup issues to network nonsense
  • Find out what's behind common PC problems
  • Solve email and web woes, both big and small
  • Perform regular maintenance and get serious about backups
  • Get tips and tricks on all the tools available in the Windows 10 toolbox
  • Keep everything safe and secure with appropriate security apps and vital system updates

Troubleshooting & Maintaining Your PC All-in-One For Dummies offers 5 books in 1 and takes the pain out of wading through those incomprehensible manuals. This 456 page guide has been updated and revised to include Windows 10. (May 30, 2017)

Tradepub is offering this eBook for free download through July 19, 2018. If you haven't registered with TradePub, the registration process is on the lengthy side.

Download Troubleshooting and Maintaining Your PC All-in-One For Dummies' Ebook

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I'm guessing this book is for windows only?

Yes it's for PC's that run Windows. It's updated to include Windows 10 but much of the information is applicable to earlier versions.

Too much info for sure. Did one of these offers years ago and learned lesson. Flood the ark.... Thanks anyway.
Appreciate the other info about smartphone lock folder.

I use email services like mailinator or dispostable for many sites.

Thanks for the book offer. I'd already been notified by "makeuseof" that this was offered and downloaded it. Breezed through it and decided it may help. Me or a friend. As far as registering for the offer, I'd done that long ago (I'm retired) and have received a small library from TradePub. And they don't NAG you. So again, thank you.
By the way, I made a $5 donation to you last week Giz. I hope that helps.

I downloaded it, it looks good so far.

And thank you, every little bit helps. :)

I'm not understanding the complaints here. The comments are not about the value of the book, but just gripes, as far as I can tell. First of all the company creates technical books for IT professionals and others. They want to know what we may be interested in, so that they can send us updated newsletters and maybe sell us manuals, if we like this one. I'm also retired, but I did work, and did buy appropriate manuals to supplement what I needed in at work, and now even, since things are changing faster than ever.

As for it's cost vs the information wanted, is the book useful for you? If not, then that is your choice, but your reason for not getting it here sounds like an excuse. Company name a problem? Put in None or N/A (Not Applicable). I've done both.

I agree with you Rick_S. A lot of complaints for a free, useful ebook. The only time they (TradePub) communicate is to email the download link. As far as the contained info goes, even if one tip is useful it's worth registering. And from time to time others, NOT TradePub, notify one of other useful free publications.

I agree. I registered a long time ago and made up stuff for the registration and used an email address I use for sign up offers. I am not nagged to death either and have gotten several useful books all of which are still accessible via their online library.

One bone I have to pick with is particular book is that none of the table of contents entry appear to be linked to the actual page in the book. Means that one has to use the search function in the PDF file to fine the particular page.

I agree -- wayyy too much info required for a book that really doesn't retail for much. Especially for those of us who are "Retired." No thanks.

All good. I have an 'email' and 'details' just for situations like this.

It says Company Name ?? I'm HOME . :-(

I've used HOME, SELF, Private, among others.

They want TOO MUCH information from the user for only a book.

No one ever said the info had to be accurate. You can unsub. from their emails and still be registered if you want another book from 'em in the future.

It is a lengthy process, which is why I mentioned it. :)

I'm like West Swan, I have a name, email etc. to deal with sites that require personal information. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯