Buying a Computer for Seniors: For the Over 50s

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In Easy Steps Limited, 2010 - Computers - 192 pages
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Buying a Computer for Seniors in easy steps will take its readers through the process of successfully buying their computer: assessing their needs, deciding what type of computer to buy and where to buy it, deciding on a specific model of computer, choosing technical specifications, choosing peripherals and software, considering accessibility options, getting online, protecting their purchase and starting out with their new PC. It will cover more than 100 detailed topics in twelve chapters and will make the reader feel that they're getting the most out of the time and money they spend with the book and in buying and getting started with their new PC. As a for Seniors book, Buying a Computer for Seniors in easy steps will use the easier-to-read layout typical of the seniors books in the In Easy Steps series. It will be appropriately concise and cover accessibility needs as a mainstream part of the text. It will not assume that the reader has prior computer experience or knows the "lingo" from school, work or personal use. It will recognize that seniors are divided among a majority of light users, the target audience for this book, with a substantial minority becoming heavy computer users, though often still less technically knowledgeable than their younger counterparts.

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