Saturday, July 26, 2008

Review Of Simple PC Fixes

A while ago, Max Pinner emailed me and asked me to look over his book "Simple PC Fixes." Well, it couldn't have come at a better time as I was having a ton of problems with my PC.

Anyway, I read the book and I can honestly say it is not only the best book on the subject that I have ever read, but it is a MUST HAVE for anybody who is running a home based business.

The book is 169 pages long so no, it is NOT a light read, but it can't be if it's going to cover all the things you're going to need to know to keep your PC from dropping dead on you. And let me tell you, I am speaking from hard experience.

I had 2 PCs die on me in the span of 3 days. My 6 figure business came to a halt. It was pretty nerve wracking. And all my problems could have been avoided if I had this book at the time.

Max not only covers tech things like backing up your registry, anti virus, anti spyware, how to get rid of crap you don't need safely and more but he also has sections devoted entirely to specific problems that people normally have.

Here's a short list. I know you have had at least one of these blow up in your face.

PC is unstable
Display problems
Crashed PC
Blue Screen
Stop Errors
Error Messages
PC Freezes or Locks
PC Restarts
No Sound
Internet Connection Problems
Programs that don't work

And the list goes on forever. There is literally nothing that Max doesn't cover including data recovery, which is critical.

I so rarely recommend products, especially ones about areas that I know so little about, but after reading this book, I am at least prepared to handle many of the common problems that are going to come up. Yes, they WILL. PCs today are made like crap and don't last long. None of my last 3 PCs lasted more than a year.

I can't recommend this book enough.

If you want to check out the URL, here it is.

People complain about books having too much fluff. Well, you won't find that in Max's PC fixes book.

Now, if you don't at all feel comfortable even touching your PC under any circumstances, even though most of this stuff anybody can do, then you'll probably just want to continue to have your tech take care of things. However, there are some preventative measures covered in this book that can save you a ton of grief and
don't require you to be a tech head.

Anyway, I thought it was my duty to let you know that not having these things covered can really be a nightmare. Again, I am speaking from very hard experience.

At least now I'm armed.

Oh, and if you buy this book from me, I will answer any questions that you have for a full 3 days after purchase. That's how much I believe in this book.


Steven Wagenheim

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