How computers work 101.


If you are an “eldergarten” student this is your first homework assignment:

Your instructions:

Examine the following collection of links and comment in the “Leave a Reply” box at the very end. You will have to scroll down to get to the end,

(If you are not an “eldergarten” student or if you come to this site often, you are probably not even reading this anymore. Students are asked to read further.)

The blue word –> definitions is a hypertext link to the words that were discussed in “How computers work 101.”

The following is a collection of LINKS to various PAGES on the internet:

Click on the following link to go to the Medicare page:

LINKS to e-mail sites:

This is a LINK to our local paper:

Looking for a new job?  This site is typical of what’s out there:

Mouse drills:  <– very hard to do. Designed for test pilots in the Australian Air Force.

Computer usage and software applications tutorials and career advisory:

“Boomers on Line”, a Facebook page with job seeker ideas

To see if your password is weak or strong:

Here is a LINK that goes to an article about the Windows 8 operating system:

Click here for a youtube video about Windows 8 –>

Looking for a router for at home ? Try this infograph:

Typing Practice and Testing:  or  or  <– re-type a paragraph, with a timer.     or   or

Career advice from the State of North Carolina:

The United States Bureau of Labor Statistics publishes a book every year called the, “Occupational Outlook Handbook” which you can download for free. It lists out job descriptions for each category of job.

A really cool application for free:  Greenshot image saver :

Students: To leave a reply, comment in the box at the end.