Maybe you’ve recently decided to buy a computer. And when you unpack, you realize that you do not know exactly what the first steps are. For example, how to connect the computer to the W-LAN, install a printer or even how to get a picture as a background on the screen.
You may also be an advanced user and know the basics so well that you often help your friends with the initial setup and help your friends and colleagues with the smaller computer problems. But still, there are always a few things that you would like to understand or learn better, but nobody knows or wants to explain it to you?
No matter if it is an e-mail address to set up and learn how to receive and write e-mails or if you want to learn to exchange a hard disk in the computer and copy the data by yourself from an old to a new hard drive, I am happy to help you with all your questions!
The only thing you should have as a basic requirement is your own computer. While it is generally possible to explain things using another computer, I often find that even the smallest things, and even the arrangement of icons on the desktop, have a big impact on the learning experience and the client often is distracted too much by such trifles.
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