Computer Basics For Seniors: The Easy Way To Learn Computers
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Do you feel intimidated by computers?
Do you often find yourself frustrated when attempting to do seemingly simple tasks in Windows?
Do you have a parent that struggles with learning how to use a PC?
If you answered yes to any of the above questions than this course is for you.
This course will guide you step by step on the basics of using a PC, from explanations of the terminology to the simple use of your computer to accomplish what you wanted to do with it when you first purchased it.
This course can be given as a gift to a loved one to help them get comfortable with their Windows PC. The course starts out by actually showing how to best use the course and gives examples of how to navigate the course and download the supplemental materials that go along with the course.
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|Section 1: Introduction|
How to use this coursePreview
|Section 2: Hardware|
Basic Terminology 2
Setup a Pc
|Section 3: Microsoft Windows|
What Version of Windows Do You Have?
Files and Folders
Name Files and Folders
Highlight and Select Files
Copy and Paste Files
How To Run a Program
Shutdown and Restart
Surf The Web
This lecture is an overview of how to setup and use the online email service from Google called GMail.
|Section 4: Conclusion|
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