Showing posts with label computer. Show all posts
Showing posts with label computer. Show all posts

Tuesday, 5 March 2013

Bored with Gmail Appearance?

Sometimes I stare at Gmail for long periods it really does get tedious. Maybe I need to get a life. There is some truth in that.
Alternatively, I can change Gmail themes. Its kind of fun and easy to do. When the weather is a bit overcast, I dip into themes and select a brighter theme. Or I just jazz up the appearance just for the hell of it.
Whatever your motivation, if you'd like to know how to change the appearance of your Gmail, follow the steps in this video I hammered together, and I hope it helps you. 

Wednesday, 5 December 2012

How to Defrag your Hard Drive (and speed up your Computer)

Easily the most common statement I hear as a Trainer is "my computer is getting slower, what should I do?". By far and away the most effective step is to defrag your hard drive. But there's more to it than that. It really should be done weekly (defragging that is), as regular as taking out the garbage once a week. So, watch the video and have a go. You will be surprised at the difference and how much faster your computer will be. Please subscribe to my channel if you'd like more tips like this one.

Friday, 6 May 2011

Computer Training

Author: John Mahoney

Computer training services are where a student learns by executing special training programs on a computer relating to their occupation. Computer training is especially effective for training people to use computer applications because the program can be integrated with the applications so that students can practice using the application as they learn.

Historically, computer training growth has been hampered by the enormous resources required: human resources to create a computer training program, and hardware resources needed to run it. However, the increase in PC computing power, and especially the growing prevalence of computers equipped with CD-ROMs, is making computer training a more viable option for corporations and individuals alike. Many PC applications now come with some modest form of computer training, often called a tutorial.

Online training is a type of training that is similar to computer training; however, it is delivered over the Internet using a web browser. Online training often includes interactive methods, such as bulletin boards, chat rooms, instant messaging, videoconferencing, and discussion threads. Online training is usually a self-paced learning medium though some systems allow for online testing and evaluation at specific times.

Computer training courses require careful review before selecting the right one for the user. Buying a computer training course is not as simple as it may seem. Besides the usual system requirements for compatibility, computer training software requires consideration beyond that of the system.

One can find several computer training courses online by simply entering the term in the Internet search engines such as Google or Yahoo. One must realize however, that just because it shows up at the top of the search results or even on the first page, does not make it a quality computer training course.

Before searching for the right Computer Training course, the user should make a determination as to the type of learning they need. Do you want computer training courses on Microsoft Office? If so, determine if what particular part of the software suite you would like training on such as Microsoft Word, Access or Excel. You can then conduct a more thorough search for your particular need and find those companies that focus on those areas as you drill down these requirements. This in turn will give you a more qualified computer training course provider.

One must not limit to online searches but also to other resources. Look through local community college, university and trade school course catalogs for computer training courses. Sometimes you will find that these are cheaper than ones that can be purchased online and they still maintain the asynchronous learning environment.

On the websites or in catalogs, you should find a more detailed description of the computer training courses offered. Each course should have its own description and a small overview of the course content and curriculum. Together with this information, the website or catalog should contain information about cost of the course, credit if the course is expensive and payment options.

The majority of computer training courses, especially those online, are independent study courses. There is no professor, teacher or facilitator to assist the student for most cases. Again, research into the history and reputation of the company providing the computer training courses is very important and depending on the price, could cost you a great deal of money and even harm your credit report if caution is not taken.

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