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Senior’s Guide to Computers

For the elderly person, that is constantly getting frustrated while trying to use the Internet, go to the Senior’s Guide to Computers website. It’s not a joke – it’s actually a website devoted to providing technical information about computers and … Continue reading

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Sandy Berger’s Compu-KISS

Another useful site for computer novices to bookmark is Sandy Berger’s Compu-KISS site. Sandy’s site covers just about any aspect of computing that you can imagine. Her tutorials are very short, very simple, and offer screenshots to boot. http://www.compukiss.com/

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Microsoft Digital Literacy

This is probably the most professionally done resource to learn computer basics. It comes directly from Microsoft at the Digital Literacy site. Here, you’ll find three “curriculum” levels – basic, standard and advanced. Each curriculum level provides a few tutorial … Continue reading

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Remember the F1 Key

Pressing the F1 key will bring up a context aware “help” dialog in most any computer. If you click F1 while on your desktop, it will bring up a general help dialog about your computer. If you click F1 while … Continue reading

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Jan’s Illustrated Computer Literacy 101

The design is a bit outdated and the some of the graphics are cheesy, but after browsing through the site you’ll see that Jan offers useful instruction that really will teach computers to someone who absolutely has no clue how … Continue reading

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Tildee – create and share tutorials

Tildee is a site where you and others can easily create online tutorials and share them with others. If you know how to do something, not necessarily computer related, then sign up for an account, create your tutorial, and share … Continue reading

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