5 easy ways Boomers can improve their computer skills

No matter what you’re researching, knowing how to find what you’re looking for is a pretty universal skill.

Tip #1: Google it

The first and most important step in becoming computer savvy is to learn how to use Google to your advantage.  It’s important to learn how to correctly pose a question for search, and how to use Google to find your answer.

Tip #2: Just try it

Don’t be afraid to try something on a computer. After all, there is hardly ever an action you can perform on a computer that will permanently break it. That being said, make sure you have back-ups of anything important.

Tip #3: Read the manual

The first two tips may seem like no brainers to some people, and to others it may seem like not enough guided advice. Either way, you’re in luck. There are free courses for Windows, Apple, and Linux users on the internet.

Tips #4: Look for shortcuts

One of the best ways to be tech savvy is to look for shortcuts for everything. It can be as simple as using a keyboard shortcut to open a program or installing software to help you work faster.

Tip #5: Help someone

The best way to understand a concept is to teach it to someone else. Plus, you get the added advantage of people asking you questions that you may not have ever thought of, or that you don’t understand as much as you thought you did.

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