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Friday, November 10, 2017

Computers For Seniors Email, Internet, Photos and More in 14 Easy Lessons By Chris Ewin, Carrie Ewin and Cheryl Ewin


Computers For Seniors Email, Internet, Photos and More in 14 Easy Lessons By Chris Ewin, Carrie Ewin and Cheryl Ewin from No Starch Press. Fall in love with your computer! This friendly guide will take you from pressing the “on” button to being a confident computer user in no time. Based on the award-winning computer classes for seniors, the 14 lesson in Computers for Seniors will show you how to:
Plug in, set up, and turn on your computer.
Print and share photos of your grandkids, vacations, pets, and friends.
Install games and helpful apps to make the most of your computer
Find and enjoy music, videos, and electronic books
Make video calls to anyone in the world
Stay safe online and keep your information secure
And much more.


This step-by-step instruction and full-color images make it easy to follow along, and each lesson has short exercises to help you practice what you’ve learned. And, if you get stuck, just flip to the solution at the back of the book!

My Opinion: This is a great book for anyone who is not at all familiar with computers not just seniors. I like the easy to follow instructions and this will be perfect for my dad as he is always doing something to his computer and does not know how it happens.


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