Computer Basic

Using Accessibility Features

Lesson 23: Using Accessibility Features What are accessibility features? Accessibility features are designed to help people with disabilities use technology more easily. For example, a text-to-speech feature may read text out loud for people with limited vision, while a speech-recognition feature allows users with limited mobility to control the computer with their voice. In this lesson, we’ll introduce you to

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Basic Troubleshooting Techniques

Lesson 19: Basic Troubleshooting Techniques Basic Troubleshooting Techniques Troubleshooting Do you know what to do if your screen goes blank? What if you can’t seem to close an application, or can’t hear any sound from your speakers? Whenever you have a problem with your computer, don’t panic! There are many basic troubleshooting techniques you can use to fix issues

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Creating a Safe Workspace

Lesson 18: Creating a Safe Workspace Creating a safe workspace In addition to keeping your computer healthy, it’s important to think about your own health. Using a computer involves a lot of repetitive motions such as typing and using the mouse. Over time, these motions can begin to negatively impact your body, especially your wrists, neck, and back. Staring at a monitor

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Keeping your computer physically clean

Keeping your computer physically clean Dust isn’t just unattractive—it can potentially damage or even destroy parts of your computer. Cleaning your computer regularly will help you keep it working properly and avoid expensive repairs. Watch the video below to learn how to keep a computer clean. Looking for the old version of this video? You can still view it here.

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