Features a weekly column designed to bring the best of the Internet to Net novices and all users alike. It also has an extensive resource list of the best links out there, an online bookstore, and more.
A guide to help you when looking for a new or used computer, setting up or upgrading, troubleshooting; gives a detailed discussion of components and information on operating systems and software considerations.
Provides computer help and instruction to students, teachers, and the general public. Features include an online support center with thousands of computer Q&As; hundreds of computer tutorials; computer dictionary; computer address book, and a person-to-person custom question answering service by the Helpanswers Knowledge Editors.
Free, online tutorials "based on pictures, not words. They're the easiest way to learn computer subjects. There's no complicated multimedia, just pictures that show exactly what to do." Tutorials available for Microsoft Office 2007/2008; 2010-2011; 2013/365 and Google Drive Apps.
This companion website to the print edition of Technology Review, published by MIT, is updated daily with the latest innovations. Subjects include Biomedicine, Communications, Computing, Energy, Materials, and Web. Also include links to MIT News, the top 50 innovative companies for the year, and the print magazine's archives.
The "go-to" website for thousands of definitions of computer terms.
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