How to get going with your computer.

If you’re used to using PCs and have recently changed to an Apple Mac computer, there are some subtle differences to get used to. Soon, you will probably wonder how you ever coped with the old way of doing it!

If your computer is increasingly slow, this guide has suggestions for ways you can free up space and help your computer run faster.

Computers can freeze or ‘hang’ for a variety of reasons, find out what to do next.

Moving the different elements of your desktop around.

All the important keys, plus tips on how to use them efficiently.

Memory sticks are incredibly handy for transporting and sharing files. Find out how to use these simple storage devices.

Moving and clicking to write in a particular place or open applications and menus.

It may feel that there is a massive range of computer devices available, and that it is hard to know where to start.

A screenshot is a bit like taking a photograph of whatever is currently on your screen. Here’s how it’s done.

If you want to listen to a CD or watch a DVD on your computer, here’s how to start.

Understand how computers are linked together - when, why and how.

An explanation of this document type.

Find out about the ‘arrow’ or ‘mouse pointer’.

What to do when there isn’t a ‘printer friendly’ option.

A handy guide for completing online forms to enter competitions or place online shopping orders.

Cleaning your computer’s system is important to keep your Cleaning your computer systems

What is a QR code?

A good article on Quick Response codes (QR), what they are and how to use and create one.

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