PC Maintenance 2015 Premium class
- 1x (Normal)
Introduction to PC Maintenance1:50
Data on the Desktop4:45
Checking for Duplicate Virus and Malware Programs0:36
Remove Unwanted Programs1:22
Turn Off Skype When Not In Use0:31
Update Your Graphics Card Drivers1:39
Run CCleaner On A Monthly Basis2:07
More Ram Will Speed Up Your Computer3:42
Run Disk Degragment Once A Month4:42
Run Check Disk Once A Month1:58
About This Class
In this ONE hour live, on-line course your tutor will reveal:
- The startling truth about computer maintenance – And why it is important for you to learn how to do it yourself
- Ten tasks you should do regularly to ensure your PC or laptop runs at its best
- Secrets ONLY 5% of computer users know that guarantees a fast PC every time
Why take this course?
Yes, you can do your own computer maintenance. Here are five reasons why you need to learn to do it yourself:
- It saves you money – no more expensive trips to the techies
- It will save you time – the techie has a lot to do and will either take your PC away, or be busy working on it, for a while
- It will speed up your computer and extend its life
- You will be in charge of your own computer and not have to rely on someone else to manage it for you
- You learn some new skills
You will need a Personal Computer or a PC Laptop with windows 7 or 8. Students with earlier operating systems have found the course beneficial, but you need to be able to apply the differences yourself. You also need a headset with a microphone.
The course is co-written by an IT support veteran and a qualified teacher, each with 30 years' worth of experience.
Hannah has a Master's Degree in music, specializing in performance in piano and violin.She obtained her degree from the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa.
In 1996 she immigrated to New Zealand and started her own music school: Allegro Music. She taught piano, violin, guitar, recorder and music theory.
Hannah has taught music for more than 20 years, and started off her teaching career teaching class music in primary school.She had various positions before progressing to High School where she ended up as Head of Department before starting her own school.
At the same time as running her music school, she went back to university and did a certificate in Information Technology. She joined Step by Step Computer Services LTD where she taught computer literacy to adults. She did this from home in the mornings, and took her music students in the afternoons.
When she moved from Whangarei to Auckland, she continued AllegroMusic School, and also taught students who had trouble with reading, spelling and mathematics. When she met Malcolm and he shared his idea of weteach-it with her, she jumped at the chance. Together, they formed the company and enjoy working with their passion: To bring computer literacy to everyone.
Hannah believes in a step by step approach: When you master each step, before you know it, you grasp more complicated concepts, and you find yourself a master instead of a novice.Imagine a world where complicated concepts are easily mastered. Yes, you can do it too!