We Have the Power of a Mainframe
Computer at Our Fingertips
Today’s computers and even your cell phone are very fast and very powerful. What you can now hold in your hand, has the same computer power as computers that used to fill several rooms. Suffice it to say, that today’s computers and cell phones can perform any task you need.
What computer should I choose?
- Affordable -
You can buy an adequate computer for under $100.00. Or you can spend several thousand dollars for the latest and greatest.
- Accessible -
How and where are you going to use your computer?
Is portability important?
Do you need a large screen or is a hand held device what you need?
- Easy to use -
Look for a computer or cell phone that is simple and easy to learn. You want to spend your time doing what you want, not learning HOW to do it.
Computers Have Gotten Easier to Use
If you are patient enough, you can set up your computer to do most things by following your voice commands. It will even type what you say. If you can type with two fingers, you can master your computer.
Computer Basics Are Quick and Easy to Learn
Did you know you can learn all the basic skills you need to be the master of your computer system in one hour? You will quickly begin to feel comfortable with your computer. In less than 15 minutes, you will send your first email.
Imagine being able to initiate a video call with your favorite grandchild.
You Are NOT Going to Break Your Computer
Short of spilling your coffee or smashing your computer in frustration, you cannot break your computer. No matter how lost you become, starting over is as easy as powering your system off and on.
So, with a bit of patience, you can learn to playfully try new things on your computer. If you don’t get the result you want the first time, simply try again. You will soon have a friendly assistant.