At Home Computer Course For Beginners.
At home free computer course is the best and easiest way to begin using your PC. If you're new to computers or maybe just not that confident with them, then this is the website for you.
You really don't have to know anything to get started here, complete beginners are what this course is about. We all have to start somewhere.
Learning How To Use Your Computer.
Each page of the course builds on the previous page and leads on to the next one. It's a gradual, step by step process. There's no rush and no sudden jumps. Just a steady building of knowledge and skills.
Through the course, I'll show you how to actually use your computer. How to do the things other people just seem to know how to do.
At Home Computer Course Chapters.
Essential Computer Skills
The very first chapter of the At Home Computer Course for Beginners. I'm sure that many of you will already know some of this, but perhaps not all of it.
This first chapter is all about getting started with your PC, getting accustomed to how computers work.
With the Essential Computer Skills we're building a solid foundation. Filling in the gaps in your knowledge and skills.
Allow me to introduce you to this website. To show you around.
How to use the pictures, for instance, playing the videos, printing from the site etc.
Here I'd like to take you through a few of the basics of using a keyboard and mouse.
How to change your mouse settings to make it easier to use, and keyboard keys you need to find.
Since every time we turn on the computer, we end up at the Desktop, we'll take a tour & see how to set it up.
Programs open inside what's called a window. It's how Windows gets its name. The clever thing is you can control the size & position of these windows.
Finding all your pictures, documents etc can be difficult.
But once you've mastered Windows File Explorer, you're laughing.
A place for everything and everything in it's place. Using folders just makes sense
How to save files, where you want them, so you can find them again later.
Should you use Save or Save As to save your files?
What is the difference between them?
building on the basics.
In Chapter 2, we're moving beyond the very basic skills. Hold onto your mouse.
Chapter three. Anything could happen, so be prepared.
No matter how good your defenses, or how vigilant you are, it only takes a moment to get infected. Protect yourself from losing your most precious stuff by backing it up to a USB stick.
So you've reached the end of the course, now what? Well that's entirely up to you. You have the skills and understanding to do whatever you want to do