Windows 7 Secrets Review
Another author, another book on Windows 7. This time, it’s Paul Thurrott’s and Rafael Rivera’s turn to share their knowledge on Microsoft’s latest operating system with the world. Paul Thurrott is a technology reporter and is well-known throughout the blogging atmosphere. He maintains his own site at SuperSite for Windows. Rafael Rivera is a software… (0 comment)

The TCP/IP Guide Review
Did you ever wanted to learn how computers actually communicated? How it can be possible for millions and millions of people around the globe to utilize one of the biggest network which we now call the Internet to do almost everything from e-commerce, communication, video gaming to streaming movies? With the TCP/IP Guide by Charles… (0 comment)

Upgrading and Repairing PC’s 19th Edition Review
Have you ever wondered what made your computer tick? How about what are all the different components on a motherboard? Well, Scott Mueller’s Upgrading and Repairing PC’s 19th Edition is your answer. Just the fact that the book is in its 19th edition says a lot. This book is your ultimate computer hardware bible. At… (0 comment)

Windows 7 Inside Out Review
Once again, Ed Bott and company have written another excellent book covering a Microsoft operating system. This time, they write about Windows 7. Having the operating system available for about a month now, this book is a good pickup for any users who just want to get the most out of their system and to… (0 comment)

Guide to Wireless Network Security Review
Wireless networking seems so complex years ago but in this day and age, it’s everywhere. You can find wireless networks being utilized in many users home, local airports, coffee shops, book stores, big and small companies, and even at some fast food restaurants. By providing free or cheap wifi for their customers, businesses can almost… (0 comment)

Protect Your Windows Network Review
This book on computer security has got to be one of the best in my collection. In order to really understand and enjoy a book on network and computer security, I believe it’s important to get to know the author(s) a bit before proceeding. Both Steve and Jesper are security gurus whose former employer was… (0 comment)

The Art of Deception Review
Even if you blindly stumbled into this post with no interest in computer security whatsoever, I still highly urge you to pick up and read this most interesting book called The Art of Deception by Kevin Mitnick. In it, you won’t find pages explaining how high tech encryption algorithms work or how to create a… (0 comment)

The Myths of Security Review
This is a fun book to read if computer security is your thing. Written by an expert working for McAfee, this book is filled with insight as to what’s going on in the security industry today. Let me tell you one thing, it’s not good and the author clearly points that out here. The book… (0 comment)