Essential Computer Questions

11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Wilton Library
Presidents' Room

Event Details

Please join us for the first of three computer literacy courses this month--Essential Computer Questions.  There are lots of confusing concepts and jargon surrounding our computers and their use.  In this class we will discuss many, many of the questions that you may have, or maybe didn’t even know that you have!  For example:
·         What is the difference between a modem and a router?
·         What is the difference between RAM and a hard drive?
·         What are Megabytes?
·         What is an Operating System?
·         What is a Chromebook?
·         How can I use a larger monitor with my laptop?
·         Why does my wireless printer have wires?
·         What is a Browser?
·         What is the Cloud?
·         What is Streaming?
·         And many more!
And of course, come with questions of your own!

Mike Ingber is the owner of Upward Business Systems, which has been in business since 1989 and provides expert, reliable, affordable computer consulting services to a large base of clients. Clients include town halls, libraries, schools, non-profit agencies, small and medium businesses of all sorts, home users, and senior citizens.  Mike received an M.S. Degree in Computer Science from Cornell University in 1979, and a B.S. Degree in Computer Science and Applied Math from Stony Brook University in 1977.  Mike has been a resident of Oxford since 1982, is happily married to Connie, and has two grown stepchildren.

Registration recommended.  Please register online or call 203-762-6334.  For more information, contact asato@wiltonlibrary.org.

Event Type(s): Library Program
Age Group(s): Adults

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