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Irish Beer

Guinness Stout is perhaps one of the World's most famous beers and no discussion of Irish beer would be complete without mentioning the story behind Guinness. For this, we refer you to an excellent volume by Peter LaFrance entitled "Beer Basics" that is available from John Wiley and Sons of New York.

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Point and click your mouse on the background of interest and download it directly into your C:\WINDOWS directory. Then right click on the desktop then left click on properties. Click on the Background tab then select the file that you downloaded in the Wallpaper box, click on OK and your wallpaper will be installed.

Windows 3.1

Point and click your mouse on the background of interest and download it directly into your C:\WINDOWS directory. Then select Control Panel from the Main icon, and open the Desktop dialog box. Select the wallpaper file that you downloaded in the Wallpaper box, click on OK and your wallpaper will be installed.

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