The Ultimate guide to computing: computer basic for everyone by joe jackson
English | Feb. 20, 2016 | ASIN: B01C0YAPUI | 133 Pages | AZW3/MOBI/EPUB/PDF (conv) | 12.77 MB
Are you new to using computers? Do you wonder what people mean when they say the cloud, ShiChuang, ISP, or app? Perhaps you just want to know more about how computers work.
When it comes to learning todays technology, our Computer Basics tutorial has all of the basic concepts covered.
Even if you dont have a PC right now, Our pictorial illustrations will guide you throughout the Learning processes.
The 138 page eBook, contains "The Ultimate Guide To Computing", it comprises of Six sections, Fifteen Chapters and additional Five chapter for extra information.
SECTION ONE: has to do with the introductory parts of computers like;
What is a Computer.
Understanding Operating Systems (OS)
And Understanding the Cloud.
This section has four chapters.
SECTION TWO: has to do with hardware BASICs
The basic parts of a computer.
Buttons and ports of a computer.
Inside of a computer, all these with pictorial illustrations, so therell be no need of risking your home computer.
Section Three, entails the distinct features between laptops and Mobile devices
Mobile Device contained in two chapters.
Using the computer.. Using a computer can be very overwhelming, especially if its your first time but dont worry, our computer basic tutorial got it covered.
This section, contains the necessary tips needed to get started.
Setting Up your computer.
Beginning to use your computer.
Getting to know the operating system (OS).
Connecting to the INTERNET.
Keeping a computer up and running, means it must be properly taken care of. In this section, youll learn about how youll maintain your computer and some basic troubleshooting techniques.
Maintaining your computer &
Basic troubleshooting techniques.
Section 6, contains five additional chapters with extra information on the following.
Bringing your files with you.
Learning a new program.
Accessibility Features .
Each chapter is always ended with some challenge/questions to test your abilities.
So far, in this age of the INTERNET of things, you can learn many fascinating things about computers at little or no cost at all.