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The Home Computer Course - Introductory Booklet

The Home Computer Course was a 24-part magazine published in 1983-4 by Orbis.  It contains articles on a variety of computing topics such as hardware and software, buying guides, gaming and computing history.  It was intended as a complete guide to computing for a beginner, as evidenced by its subtitle, 'Mastering Your Home Computer in 24 weeks.'  The magazine was succeded by The Home Computer Advanced Course, which ran for a further 96 issues.
This booklet acts as an introduction to the course.  It is kept in an original Home Computer Course binder along with the rest of issues 13-24, and we also have issues 1-12, completing the set.

 

Publication Date : 1983



Creator : Orbis

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH39951. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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