The Kaizen Plan for Decluttering Your Computer: Take Control of Your Computer 10 Minutes at a Time by Lynn Johnston

The Kaizen Plan for Decluttering Your Computer: Take Control of Your Computer 10 Minutes at a Time

By Lynn Johnston

  • Publication Date: 2011-08-02
  • Genre: Internet
3.5 Score: 3.5 (From 20 Ratings)

Book Summary

Do you spend more time reading email than you'd like? Do you waste time looking for files on your hard drive? Do Facebook and Twitter take a bigger chunk out of your day than they should?

In this era of information overload, it's harder than ever to stay focused and productive when working on the computer. This short ebook will help you eliminate virtual clutter and streamline your time online.

ISBN: 978-1-4657-9853-4

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    The books intro itself says it's a free ebook and yet there's a charge. Why should anyone pay when the creator wanted the book to remain priceless? I can't even rate the book properly and I think that's how everyone else feels.

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