Overview for Make Computers Speak Your Language
If you are working in a non-English speaking environment anywhere in the world, and want to work on computers- this book is a must. This book will aid interested persons to work on computer in any language such as Hindi, Telugu, Kannada, Sanskrit, Persian, Tamil, Greek, Gujarati, Chinese, Urdu, Spanish, French and many more...you can use any of them to surf the Internet, or to send and receive mails and documents using a Desktop, Laptop, or a Palmtop. Now computers can be made (instructed) to read and write your language. No technical knowledge is required and anybody can work on it. This book starts with the popular way of using computer, and then goes step-by-step to explain how to write text and data in a chosen language. Explanations have been given in simple manner. There are plenty of illustrations in the form of screenshots. Many concepts have been provided in Hindi. Other Indian languages have also received their due. Chinese, Japanese and Korean have also been touched upon. Apart from Microsoft Windows, detailed guidelines have also been provided to setup your computer to work in Microsoft Office, Open Office or Linux environments etc.
Barun Kumar Sahu (Author)
Born on 21 April 1969, in Asansol, West Bengal, Barun Kumar Sahu hails originally from Giridih (Jharkhand). A Bachelor of Technology (Honours) in Computer Science and Engineering from IIT, Kharagpur (1990), the author is an IAS officer of the 1992 batch, Manipur-Tripura cadre. He has held several senior positions under the governments of Tripura and Jharkhand. He has rich experience of public policy formulation and administration. Mr Sahu was one of the contributors to the book Skills for Effective Administrators ,edited by VK Agnihotri (1995). His English rendition of one hundred Tripuri tribal folk songs was published as Atop Jhum Hills (1999). He writes and contributes articles on current affairs and news analysis as a hobby.