Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Computers for Seniors Book Review


Computers for Seniors is a step-by-step guide that will take you all the way from pressing the “On” button on your new computer to being a confident user who can send email to family and friends, shop online safely, read the latest news, watch funny YouTube videos, share cute pictures of your grandkids, check the weather forecast, and much more.

You’ll learn to:

Plug in, set up, and turn on your computer

Print and share photos of your grandkids, vacations, pets, friends, and special life events

Install helpful tools like a calendar, money manager, and weather tracker

Search the internet for news, recipes, gardening tips, sports updates, and anything else that interests you

Watch entertaining YouTube videos or educational lectures and make video calls to anywhere in the world

Find and listen to new music (or your favorite classics) and read electronic books
Email your friends and family

Stay safe online and keep your private information secure

Computers for Seniors will show you how to get what you really want from your PC, with the help of full-color illustrations, friendly instructions, and a touch of humor. Each lesson has small exercises to test your skills and help you practice, to make sure you feel comfortable with what you’ve learned before you move on.

It’s never too late to have fun and get more out of your PC—Computers for Seniors will ease you into the computer generation by guiding you every step of the way.

Covers Windows 10

Author Bio 

Chris, Carrie, and Cheryl Ewin design and teach award-winning computer classes for seniors. Carrie holds degrees in education and psychology, Chris is a PhD student who also runs a computer business, and Cheryl is an experienced teacher.

I received a complimentary copy.

Cassandra's Review- If you are a senior or really anyone with the updated windows 10, this is going to be a great learning tool. I know most elderly people do not have the lastest updates or new computers.  I thought that this would be great for anyone who struggles to learn the basics.    Also if you have a senior who calls constantly to ask how to turn on a PC, this can help. 

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