Tanul K Saxena

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Basic computer-1

Category: Technology Date: Friday, May 19, 2017
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Welcome to a short, easy-to-master, web based course on basic computer skills. Our goal is to give you a solid foundation. Once you have understood these basics, you will have a clear understanding on which to build your future knowledge of and skill with computers.

To become acquainted with your computer there are certain basic skills to be mastered. While these skills might seem obvious at first, the fact is that many people never take the time to learn these very important basics. By studying them now, you will both save time later and also improve your daily computer productivity.

Each section of this website contains a straightforward, self-paced introduction to these topics. To access information about any topic, single click on that topic's name below

The mouse gives you control over your computer. With the mouse in your hand you cause the onscreen arrow to move around your computer display. It is based on the “point and click” philosophy. You move your mouse to a point where you want something to happen, then you click to make that event take place. Sometimes you click once. Sometimes you click twice. And sometimes you hold down the mouse while your event is happening.

Most mouse devices give you two opportunities for clicking. There are both right and left areas to depress. The left area is generally used for issuing commands to your computer. To access special menus (known as context sensitive menus) use the right portion of your mouse.

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