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    Windows 10 training/ study advice

    by dylan61r

    I have a Dell Inspiron with windows 10, and am fed up having to panic when my computer does something unexpected. Where can I go for training on become an expert on the computer I have got?

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      That would be time and research.

      by rproffitt

      In reply to Windows 10 training/ study advice

      While my background included decades of work in electronics prior to when computers became something you found in everything, today I suggest you research and ask for help with those unexpected events occur.

      Eventually you’ll learn what is OK and what is not.

      There is no training course I know of that would encompass all the issues I encounter in a month. Even with my decades of work in this field, there’s always something new. What do I do? Research and if I can’t find a discussion or something I ran into in the past then I try various forums.

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      re: something unexpected

      by kees_b

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      Sometimes it’s Windows that does something unexpected, but more often it’s an app (program) you run that doesn’t do what you want. And nobody is an expert in all apps. However, when you use an app often enough, you gradually learn your way through its pecularities.

      Here where I live (The Netherlands) public libraries offer cheap introduction courses, like “How to use a browser” (4 lessons for a very basic use). But I’m sure that doesn’t tell what to do if you get an unexpected thing like HTTP-error 500 or so.

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      by bart_0sh34

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      I don’t think there is an advanced course on this matter. But you can easily find on Youtube a lot of information/podcasts/little courses and I think this can be a great solution. You can learn on the way, learning the basics by research and following the principle of “learning by doing”.


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