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Build & Configure Your Own PC HandbookWindows 7 Parental Controls and Family Safety HandbookBuild & Configure Your Home Network Handbook

After releasing the PC Security Handbook Second Edition and the PC Maintenance Handbook Second Edition, we asked you which handbook you’d like to see next. The options were:

  • Build & Configure Your Own PC Handbook
  • Windows 7 Parental Controls and Family Safety Handbook
  • Build & Configure Your Home Network Handbook

The results were very enlightening:

What Did I Learn from This?

First, there’s no interest in the Parental Controls book (good to know.) Second, there’s a pretty close interest in both the New PC and Home Network configuration guides.

What’s Next?

I’ll get to work on either the Build & Configure Your Own PC Handbook or the Build & Configure Your Home Network Handbook. Look out for them in the near future.

Thanks for your feedback!

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Rich is the owner and creator of Windows Guides; he spends his time breaking things on his PC so he can write how-to guides to fix them.

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3 thoughts on “Which Free Handbook Would You Like to See Next? [Poll Results]”

  1. Aaron says:

    Honestly, I think you should do both. I mean 1 @ a time, but both are equally important.

  2. RSVR85 says:

    If it sways your decision. I'd really like to see the 'build your own PC' edition it could also nicely lead into the other editions. =P

  3. Rich says:

    Good point. I actually started both yesterday but they'll take some time to put together. I hope to have at least one released by the end of 2010.

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