In today’s world, using technology is no longer optional.
Whether you need to access to online medical records, your mobile banking, or a video conference with family, technology has become part of our every day lives. Take the stress and frustration out of learning a new technology by contacting Techie Becky for computer lessons.
You’ll get a one-on-one personal teaching session in the comfort of your own home and at your own pace. She doesn’t just rush though things with tech jargon either. Techie Becky specializes in helping people feel comfortable and confident using all types of technology, no matter what your skill set.
Why You’ll Want to Contact Techie Becky for Computer Lessons:
- Training for All Learning Needs
You may be a grandparent wanting to use Skype to connect with family or a busy professional that needs a crash course in a new presentation and sales software. Whatever your needs, Techie Becky can save you considerable time and frustration learning a new computer, tablet, smart phone or software.
- Email and File Security and Organization
Do you have thousands of photos, but don’t know how to find or organize them? Having trouble with a virus software and want to make sure you’ve got the settings right? Want to know what scam emails to avoid clicking on? Techie Becky can help you organize photos, so you know where to find them and teach you good security practices to keep your data safe.
- New Technology Doesn’t Have to be Intimidating
Did you just get a new Apple Watch for your birthday, but aren’t sure what to do with it? Do you long for a smart phone that will stop alerting you all day long? Techie Becky can make technology less intimidating and put you back in charge by helping you understand the settings and options that will make your life easier.
Here are some of the most popular customized lessons that Techie Becky Offers, choose yours today:
- Getting to know your computer
- Understanding your smart phone or tablet (iPhone/Android)
- Windows Operating System or Mac (Apple) Operating System
- Using the internet and which browsers to use
- How to use email and attachments
- Organizing electronic files and folders
- Organizing and sharing digital photos with others
- Social Media: Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, etc.
- Media Services: iTunes, Spotify, Amazon Music, etc.
- Skype, FaceTime (connect by video with family and friends)
- Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and other productivity software
- Backing Up Your Data
- Printing and Scanning