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.
Tom would like to set up a home network and he's pretty confused on how to do it. Where can he go to get some insider tips? Leo says that a great source is PracticallyNetworked.com. They not only have product reviews, but also tutorials that explain nomenclature and how to go about setting up a network. They keep it up to date, too. Start with "Backgrounders," to learn the basics. Then he can move on to how to set one up.