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The goal of this web site is to address basic questions that users are looking for answers to without having to decipher technical documentation or weed through pages of blogs and forums. Information will be presented in a user-friendly format that any one can use and understand.
No question is to basic to ask... if you are looking for the answer to a question, it's very likely there is some one else out there that is looking for the very same answer.
In teaching and coaching computer skills over the years, I have found that many users just need assistance with the basics in terms that they can understand and use.
At some point we all started at the beginning, no one has become an expert overnight. The idea here is to provide the basic information you need the get started, feel more confident in your skills, and help you grow your computer knowledge.
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