Henry wants a good book to learn the ins and outs of Windows 10. Leo says that Paul Thurrott's Window's 10 Field Guide is very complete. There's a lot of stuff in it and it's meant for computer literate people looking to get the most out of Windows.
Tim agrees that eBooks are taking over, but he says that a lot of the new eBooks are filled with typos and are terrible PDF scans of real hard copy books. Leo says we saw the same thing in the early days of DVDs. That's why he suggests reading reviews of eBooks on Amazon before he buys. Leo also says that in today's wired and connected economy, customers talk to each other and it's really foolish to take the easy road when flirting with new technologies. If people see bad reviews that complain, people won't buy. That said, eBook sales were up 43% last year, with 457 million sold.