Feeling like you've been left behind? Family members doing all your computing for you? Well, learn the absolute basics and gain confidence in this workshop for the complete novice. You will learn how to use the mouse with guided instruction on the Mouserobics website. You'll also learn some important menu functions and keyboard shortcuts. Mastery of the mouse is required for admission into any other workshop so… Read More
Confused by all that talk of drives, storage, memory, media, RAM, ROM? Well join us to see how the computer gets information, how it processes and stores it and where. You won't leave here writing code or doing any programming language but you'll have a good basic understanding of why you need to know what a byte is and what the computer can do with it.
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We have learned the basics of using a computer and how it works, now it's time to take it to the next level. In this class we will show you a few concepts on how to use your computer like a pro. You will also find how to do basic everyday computer tasks, from finding your way around the computer to going online. This will be in… Read More
Geared toward the Kindle Fire and the novice user, learn how to get the most out of your Kindle. We’ll go over the basics of navigation as well as
learn how to download library books. Please feel free to bring your own Kindle, and we will have several types on hand for demonstration.Read More
Hotmail is one of the first web-based email services , started in 1996. It has expanded its offerings to bring you document and data storage, online Office web Apps and more. Please come to the class with your Hotmail user name and password. If you need help setting up your account, please call the TLC to set one up in advance of the class.
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