at home computer.

Make IT easy.

Plain English, standalone computer guides that build into a complete course. Completely free, no sign-up, no commitment. Just you, me, and your PC.

Ready when you are.

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Let's do this IT stuff...

Aimed at beginners the home computer course will get you up and running in only a few weeks.

This is not just another read it and forget it course. Here we walk through all the base skills you're going to need to use your computer.

Mastering these skills will build your confidence and understanding when using a PC.

Website update stuff.

I'm pressing on with the site refurbishment.

2 new guides have been added, although the videos are still lagging behind. As ever.

Speaking of videos, they too have had a makeover. New start & finish screens. I hope you like them. I thought the old style, although familiar, was beginning to look aged.

The guides page has just been started as well.

The guides are standalone How To's for getting a specific job done on your PC.

a New look for videos.

New guides added to the course.

navigating your PC

I've added a new guide in the Essential Basics chapter.

Navigating your PC introduces us to File Explorer and how to use it to move around our computer's folder structure.

about phishing.

Watch out, watch out, that E-Mail you just received could be a scammer. Find out how Phishing E-Mails work. Protect yourself.

save your files to a USB stick.

Save your most important files onto a USB drive for safekeeping. You just never know when disaster is going to strike your machine down.

Latest at home computer guides.

I've been working with E-Mail services. Looking at how to do some of the most common tasks when sending E-Mails.
We can add pictures directly into the E-Mails, add clickable links to other websites, as well as adding attachments.

And simply to brighten up your messages, why not add an Emoji (smiley) or maybe an animated GIF.

yahoo mail.

How to add pictures and attachments to Yahoo E-Mails.


Adding pictures. attachments and links to the ever-popular Gmail.

@hotmail, @live and @MSN E-Mails all use

Some more new guides.

how a PC stores data

It's all ones & zeros, but just how does it work?

copy CD to PC.

How to copy your entire music collection onto the computer.

playing music on PC.

And of course, once you've got it copied, you'll want to play it.

While you're about it, why not create a couple of playlists.