In this part . . .
This part holds the meat of the book and explains how to perform surgery. You'll open your computer and remove its internal organs, swapping them out for faster, more powerful replacements.
It's all here, whether you're upgrading your monitor, keyboard, mice, printer, scanner, memory, hard drive, DVD drive, sound, video, power supply, or battery.
When you're done, your computer will be ready to run Windows 7, play games, record TV shows, and edit movies.
Grab your scalpel, er, screwdriver, and turn the page.