I'm looking for a computer Tutorial software, which shows you how to use windows, software and other kind of things. And I don't mean video's, manuals, pictures, etc. Mean more like a software that interfaces with your own desktop, so for the program puts an arrow above the START button, and once you press it, you'll see other text, etc.
I know software like this exists, but I don't know where or what it's named. I'm needing this software for my dad honestly. He's in need of those software, hehe.
Anyone? I'm really in need for this. I haven't found one myself yet.
There is that bald headed guy on TV who sells this type of thing. The first CD is free. http://www.videoprofessor.com/
Is that what you mean?
Surely software that interfaces in such a direct way defies the point of learning - you'll never learn to use Windows, you'll learn to use Windows when it's running that software. That isn't good...
well skyrider, this is what the forums are for man ..If you aren't sure of something.... Hit them up with questsions.lol other than that, in most cases, you can "play" on widows without hurting anything as long as your don't delete anything.
I'd go to a yard sale, and find an old computer (pentium II or III), and install windows on it, and have fun.
theres a HELP MENU in windows . it will tell you just about everything you need to know about windows . as was stated , just dont delete anything . if you are uncertian of something , just ask the question here .theres LOTS of help here , for EVERYTHING. its fun to LEARN . youll meet lots of great TEACHERS , here . trust me . i am new . i use this forum all the time . be cool . in time , you will learn . . have fun . cheers .
best bet is to find a A+ class and try that.
why waste the money on an a+ class ? Everything i have learned has been through forums and trying things. Asking questions slakes our curiousities of the world.
marvinmatthewI'd go to a yard sale, and find an old computer (pentium II or III), and install windows on it, and have fun.
Thats how I learned,... MacOS... :D Worked quite well.
I learned Windows by playing paint, breaking my father's 486 Win 3.11 machine, and eventually fixing about 1,000 Windows based Pentium to Pentium III class machines.
I like the "yard sale, have fun" method better.