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Old 08-21-2012, 11:20 PM   #1
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I'm learning about hacking and programming and the such, and i think it would all make a lot more sense to me if i understood how computers work, so my question is, is there a book, or something i can find online, that can teach me all about computer, how they work, inside and out, all of it?
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Yes, Yes there is. It is called COMPUTERFORUMS. ;] there is everything.

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Here is more hardware part though. I think there are lots of people in software sections too though. I specialize in hardwares and how stuff connects and how it builds.
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There is something called "Upgrading and Repairing Hardware" I saw it at Barnes and Nobles. It is 1200 pages and has everything on computers. It is $59.99 but I ran out of money so I couldn't get it. Perhaps you can though.
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TBF, you don't necessarily need books, when you have the Internet at your fingertips. You can learn a LOT just by browsing online. Wiki the hell out of everything that interests you; that's more or less what I do. xD It's a great way of learning, in the modern day.
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i WOULD do that, only problem is i don't know what to search because i know whats in a computer.
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TBF, you don't necessarily need books, when you have the Internet at your fingertips. You can learn a LOT just by browsing online. Wiki the hell out of everything that interests you; that's more or less what I do. xD It's a great way of learning, in the modern day.
The problem with me, is I have problems doing reading anything off the computer screen that isn't programming. That is why I prefer books.

Edit: Op, try starting by something simple. "How does a computer work?" Put that in google. That is general and a good start.
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