A vast improvement over the original Galaxy Tab, the 10.1 uses the latest version of the Android operating system and is a 4G LTE mobile device. These upgrades—along with many others, including the better screen quality, better web browsing with Flash, and better multitasking capabilities—are all covered in this fun and friendly guide to the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. Everything from how-to topics to the most useful features to helpful tricks and techniques, this practical guide shows you how to get the most out of this cutting-edge device.Details how the Galaxy Tab 10.1 goes one step further than the iPad with phone communications plus video chat and conferencing Explains in detail how to find your way around the Galaxy Tab 10.1 Covers e-mailing, web browsing, using the digital library, connecting with friends in the galaxy, taking photos with the camera, and enjoying music Highlights how to customize your Galaxy Tab 10.1 so that it's right for your needs
Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 For Dummies is must-have reading for anyone who wants to go beyond the basics and explore another galaxy of tablet computing!
Completely updated to cover the latest technology and software, the 13th edition of PCs For Dummies tackles using a computer in friendly, human terms. Focusing on the needs of the beginning computer user, while also targeting those who are familiar with PCs, but need to get up to speed on the latest version of Windows. This hands-on guide takes the dread out of working with a personal computer.
Leaving painful jargon and confusing terminology behind, it covers Windows 10 OS, connecting to and using services and data in the cloud, and so much more. Written by Dan Gookin, the original For Dummies author, it tells you how to make a PC purchase, what to look for in a new PC, how to work with the latest operating system, ways to protect your files, what you can do online, media management tips, and even basic topics you're probably too shy to ask a friend about.Determine what you need in a PC and how to set it upConfigure your PC, hook up a printer, and connect to the InternetFind your way around Windows 10 OS with ease and confidencePlay movies and music, view photos, and explore social media
If you're a first-time PC user at home or at work or just need to brush up on the latest technological advancements, the new edition of this bestselling guide gets you up and running fast.
If you’re like most people, the above seems like nonsense.Actually, it’s computer sense—C programming. Afterdigesting C For Dummies, 2nd Edition,you’ll understand it. C programs are fast, concise andversatile. They let you boss your computer around for a change. Soturn on your computer, get a free compiler and editor (the booktells you where), pull up a chair, and get going. You won’thave to go far (page 13) to find your first program example.You’ll do short, totally manageable, hands-on exercises tohelp you make sense of:All 32 keywords in the C language (that’sright—just 32 words)The functions—several dozen of themTerms like printf(), scanf(), gets (), and puts ()String variables, numeric variables, and constantsLooping and implementationFloating-point values
In case those terms are almost as intimidating as the idea ofprogramming, be reassured that C For Dummies was written byDan Gookin, bestselling author of DOS For Dummies, the bookthat started the whole library. So instead of using expletives andgetting headaches, you’ll be using newly acquired skills andgetting occasional chuckles as you discover how to:Design and develop programsAdd comments (like post-it-notes to yourself) as you goLink code to create executable programsDebug and deploy your programsUse lint, a common tool to examine and optimize your code
A helpful, tear-out cheat sheet is a quick reference forcomparison symbols, conversion characters, mathematical doodads, Cnumeric data types, and more. C For Dummies takes themystery out of programming and gets you into it quickly andpainlessly.
Most people catch on faster when they actually DO something, soC++ For Dummies includes a CD-ROM that gives you all youneed to start programming (except the guidance in the book, ofcourse), including:Dev-C, a full-featured, integrated C++ compiler and editor youinstall to get down to businessThe source code for the programs in the book, including codefor BUDGET, programs that demonstrate principles in the bookDocumentation for the Standard Template LibraryOnline C++ help files
Written by Stephen Randy Davis, author of C++ Weekend CrashCourse, C++ for Dummies, takes you through the programmingprocess step-by-step. You’ll discover how to:Generate an executableCreate source code, commenting it as you go and usingconsistent code indentation and naming conventionsWrite declarations and name variables, and calculateexpressionsWrite and use a function, store sequences in arrays, anddeclare and use pointer variablesUnderstand classes and object-oriented programmingWork with constructors and destructorsUse inheritance to extend classesUse stream I/OComment your code as you go, and use consistent codeindentation and naming conventionsAutomate programming with the Standard Template Library(STL)
C++ for Dummies 5th Edition is updated for thenewest ANSI standard to make sure you’re up to code.
Note: CD-ROM/DVD and other supplementary materials arenot included as part of eBook file.
As the primary programming language for iPhone, iPad, and Mac OSX applications, Objective-C is a reflective, object-orientedlanguage that all programmers must know before creating apps.Assuming no prior programming language experience, thisfun-and-friendly book provides you with a solid understanding ofObjective-C. Addressing the latest version of Xcode, debugging,code completion, and more, veteran author Neal Goldstein helps yougain a solid foundation of this complex topic, and filters out anyunnecessary intricate technical jargon.Assumes no prior knowledge of programming and keeps the toneclear and entertainingExplains complicated topics regarding Objective-C with clarityand in a straightforward-but-fun style that has defined the ForDummies brand for 20 yearsFeatures all material completely compliant with the lateststandards for Objective-C and Apple programming
Objective-C Programming For Dummies is the ideal beginnerbook if your objective is to venture into iPhone, iPad, and Mac OSX development for the first time!
C++ is the workhorse of programming languages and remains one ofthe most widely used programming languages today. It'scross-platform, multi-functional, and updates are typicallyopen-source. The language itself is object-oriented, offering youthe utmost control over data usage, interface, and resourceallocation. If your job involves data, C++ proficiency makes youindispensable.
C++ All-in-One For Dummies, 3rd Edition is yournumber-one handbook to C++ mastery. Author John Paul Mueller is arecognized authority in the computer industry, and your ultimateguide to C++. Mueller takes you through all things C++, includinginformation relevant to the 2014 update.Learn how to work with objects and classesConquer advanced programming and troubleshootingDiscover how lambda expressions can make your code more conciseand readableSee Standard Library features, such as dynamic arrays, inaction
Online resources include source code from examples in the bookas well as a C++ GNU compiler. If you need to learn C++, this isthe fastest, most effective way to do it. C++ All-in-One ForDummies, 3rd Edition will get you up and running quickly, soyou can get to work producing code faster and better than ever.
Here's a plain-speaking reference guide to all the command-linestuff and nonsense that makes DOS work, whether you're a native DOSuser or are an occasional dabbler who needs the operating system torun all those cool games under Windows.
DOS For Dummies, 3rd Edition, avoids all the technicaljargon to cut to the heart of things with clear, easy-to-understandexplanations and step-by-step help forChanging disks and drivesDealing with the DOS promptManaging filesRunning DOS inside WindowsInstalling and running DOS-based software programsWorking with the printer and serial portsUsing the mouse and keyboardTroubleshooting problemsUnderstanding DOS error messages
All the basic DOS commands, from APPEND to XCOPY, aredemystified to make life in DOS much more bearable. This handyguide has plenty of helpful tips and tricks for bending DOS to yourwill, without having to dedicate your life (and all your free time)to mastering this little corner of the PC.
Author Dan Gookin's first edition of DOS For Dummiesbecame an international best-seller. He considers himself acomputer "guru" whose job it is to remind everyone that computersare not to be taken too seriously. His approach to computers islight and humorous, yet very informative. Gookin mixes hisknowledge of computers with a unique, dry sense of humor that keepsyou informed – and awake.