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Welcome to Beginners & Senior's Guide to Computers
Updated for Windows 10




We feature loads of videos from some of the best computer teachers on YouTube. The topics we cover include:

Join us as we show you the ins and outs of personal computers using simplified terms, examples, pictures and videos actually described in easy-to-understand English. Geek is not spoken here.

The following sections will cover every area necessary to turn your computer from a $1,000 paperweight to a valuable tool for productivity, communication, business, entertainment and much more:

The Basics - an overview of the main parts of a personal computer (PC) as it relates to your own physical office.

Accessibility - How to set up a computer for individuals with vision and other disabilities.

  • Display settlings
  • Keyboard functions
  • Magnifier
  • Mouse settings
  • Narrator
  • Keyboard
  • Voice Recognition Software

Backing up your data - Probably the single most important task you'll perform.

  • Benefits of offline storage
  • External hard drives
  • Backing up to CDs and DVDs
  • Making an image of an entire drive
  • Reviews of different backup software


  • Email programs
  • Email attachments
  • How to handle spam
  • Phishing schemes
  • Safe email practices
  • Web-based email


  • Displays
  • Hard Drives
  • Keyboards
  • Memory
  • Mice


    Web Browsers:
    • Google Chrome
    • Mozilla Firefox
    • Opera
  • Connection types:
    • Cable modem
    • Dial-up
    • Digital Subscriber Line (DSL)
    • Fiber Optic Cable
  • Safe surfing
  • Search engines
  • Settings


  • Anti-spyware software
  • Anti-virus software
  • Hardware Firewalls
  • Online banking
  • Online shopping
  • Software Firewalls
  • Windows Update
  • Windows user accounts


  • Financial
  • Free online alternatives
  • Free word processors
  • Office Suites
  • Photo Viewing & Editing

First lesson: a font is a set of characters that has the same typeface, style (italic, bold, etc.) and size. The font you're currently looking at is called Arial.

In order to maintain an accessible web site, we have provided the ability for you to choose between four different font sizes. In the left column of each page you will see four buttons representing four different sizes. Just click on the size that you feel most comfortable with and the size of the text will change.

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