Computers Made Easy: From Dummy To Geek

October 16, 2019 - Comment

A Foundation in Computers & Software That’s Easy to Understand Computers Made Easy is designed to take your overall computer skills from a beginner to the next level. Get a top level understanding without a complex education. This easy to use guide will help you navigate your way to becoming proficient with computers, operating systems,

A Foundation in Computers & Software That’s Easy to Understand

Computers Made Easy is designed to take your overall computer skills from a beginner to the next level. Get a top level understanding without a complex education. This easy to use guide will help you navigate your way to becoming proficient with computers, operating systems, hardware and software.

Introduction
Chapter 1 – What is a Computer?
Chapter 2 – Computer Peripherals
Chapter 3 – Microsoft Windows
Chapter 4 – Software
Chapter 5 – Printers
Chapter 6 – The Internet
Chapter 7 – Email
Chapter 8 – Office Productivity Software
Chapter 9 – Antivirus and Antispyware Software
Chapter 10 – Avoiding Scams
Chapter 11 – Error Messages, Crashes, & Troubleshooting
Chapter 12 – Wi-Fi and Internet Troubleshooting
Chapter 13 – Backup and Protection
Chapter 14 – Security
Chapter 15 – Cloud Storage
Chapter 16 – Basic Networking
What’s Next?

About the Author

James Bernstein has been working with various companies in the IT field since 2000, managing technologies such as SAN and NAS storage, VMware, backups, Windows Servers, Active Directory, DNS, DHCP, Networking, Microsoft Office, Exchange, and more.

He has obtained certifications from Microsoft, VMware, CompTIA, ShoreTel, and SNIA, and continues to strive to learn new technologies to further his knowledge on a variety of subjects.

He is also the founder of the website OnlineComputerTips.com, which offers its readers valuable information on topics such as Windows, networking, hardware, software, and troubleshooting. James writes much of the content himself and adds new content on a regular basis. The site was started in 2005 and is still going strong today.

Comments

Anonymous says:

Easy to follow with good information I’m thinking of taking computer classes and wanted to get a head start before beginning so I’m not lost when I start. I was looking for some sort of book that wasn’t written for computer geniuses so I could actually understand what I was reading. I’m not a total idiot and know what I’m doing for the most part but am far from an expert. I saw this one and after checking out the table of contents decided to give it a shot since it wasn’t too expensive and am glad that I did. It’s very easy to…

Anonymous says:

I definitely learned some new things I didn’t know I got this book thinking I was going to give it to my mom to help her learn more about computers (and to save me some of that time spent answering her questions over the phone). But after I got it and started reading through it, I found that I was able to actually learn some new things from it. Some of the information is a little too advanced for my mom, but I’m going to have her read it anyway because there are some sections that she will really benefit from. If you are a computer dummy then…

Anonymous says:

Better than the others I read I usually prefer the training video thing when it comes to learning new stuff but lately I have switched to books because they tend to go into more detail and its easier to go back and re-read something rather than rewind the video watch that section again. I got this and 3 other books for computer skills including and actual dummies book called PCs for Dummies but I like this one better because its more to the point and avoids all the extra stuff you don’t care about.

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