Saturday, November 21, 2009

Welcome to Seniors Guide to Computers


The Senior's Guide to Computers web site is a step-by-step, plain English tutorial for the Windows PC. It's perfect for the seniors, juniors, kids, moms and dads who don't want to study for a degree in computer science in order to use their computer.

This companion blog is open to all computer users who want to discuss hardware and software problems, reviews, security or any other technology questions.

9 comments:

  1. According to research papers that Senior citizen is a common polite designation for an elderly person in both UK and US English, and it implies or means that the person is retired. This in turn implies or in fact means that the person is over the retirement age, which of course varies according to country. Synonyms include pensioner in UK English and retiree and senior in US English. Some dictionaries describe widespread usage of "senior citizen" already for people over the age of 60, which is not a common retirement age. "Senior citizen" is replacing the term old-age pensioner traditionally used in UK English.

    When defined in an official context, "senior citizen" is often used for legal or policy-related reasons in determining who is eligible for certain benefits available to the age group.

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  2. What is the point of your comment other than to spam us with your "research papers" site?

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  3. Dear Seniors Guide:
    Shemp was great. Please change your example to "3 stooges films -joe". Thanks.

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  4. This is a great site you have hear... Senior citizens deserve our help all the time... We wouldnt be here without them... freelivehelp.blogspot.com

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  5. Bob Forrest Montreal
    I'm glad I found your site. I have been teaching seniors computers for over 8 years. Making my own documents to teach is now beginning to tire me. I like the layout of what you have produced .Will recommend your site to my students

    Thanks again Bob

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  6. I bought the book and find it helpful in a way,but I cannot find any thing on photos or how to get rid of spam and virus . Also don,t wane to download these programs you offer don't look safe.

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  7. Any programs mentioned on http://www.seniorsguidetocomputers.com are completely safe.

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  8. An excellent initiative, Jeffrey!

    Greetings from thefreeandeasyguidetopcs.com

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  9. Hi Jeff,

    It's great to find another blog addressing the lack of information available to seniors being introduced to the Internet for the first time. It seems we have a common goal, and between your blog and mine at http://www.seniorsinternethelp.com there is a good and varied range of topics being covered.

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