Do you find that you have a fairly decent knowledge on how computers work but you just wish to increase your knowledge that little bit more? Alternatively you've reached one of those stages where your not too sure what to do next, i.e. should you play a game, read a book or go out for a walk? Are you are person who is limited in resources but wants to do something new? Well this might help you a bit in making your mind up. A website called NoobsLAB have very kindly compiled a list of 26 free eBooks that cover a range of different IT topics. The books in the list vary widely in topic from security on a local PC or Network, to programmer in a new language, to using the bash scripting in Unix/Linux. You can view this list via the link below.
When you visit the web page you can scroll through the list and click on any of the "Download eBook" buttons, which appear below each book. When you click on one it will take you to a page that will tell you how you can claim your free eBook. If you follow through this, you will be taken to a another page asking for you to fill in some of your details. When you are done you can then click the "Download" button. You will then be informed that your request has been received and an email sent through to you. When you receive the email and open it up, just click the "Get it Now" button. You will then be taken to another page where your download should automatically begin.
All eBooks are in PDF format, making it easy to read/annotate on any device. Once you have registered the first time you will not need to register again for another free eBook. Hope you enjoy!