View tech support videos provided on TeachParentsTech.org (launched by Google) especially for Parents to learn some computer basics and about technology.
TeachParentsTech.org has been recently launched by Google to make a link with everyone in this world. Elder people, middle age people and even kids can get technology knowledge with Google’s new step, TeachParentsTech.org. Sometimes, people have hesitancy factor so they do not ask what they exactly want to know. People can get basic computer tutorials immediately in not text but A/V format by TeachParentsTech.org.
TeachParentsTech.org helps users in understanding the basics of computer technology. Users are allowed to fill out a form, addressing the email in brief according to the lesson, they wish to teach their parents. Lesson can be taught in the form of video tutorial. Each brief video tutorial shows all the needed steps of teaching the lesson. TeachParentsTech.org website contains more than fifty videos available in the range of subject matter from extremely easy to the quite compound.
TeachParentsTech.org provides simple, friendly, step-by-step instructions for making users’ tasks simple. A simple interface for rapidly sending a “Tech Support Care Package” is offered by the website to those, who are in need. Users can see how a video add to the bunch simply by checking a box in the package. Users can know about computer basics such as how to change the desktop background, copy and paste, sign-up for online services, send files, and more with this service.
Users are allowed to easily send videos covering a range of subjects to their parents or anyone else who want to work on a computer by Teach Parents Tech website. People can easily solve any problem that they might have faced whereas performing simple day-to-day tasks on computer including shutting down and also copying files and similar basic computer tutorials. A basic computer course can also be served by this technology for parents or even those, who have just started to work with a computer system.
Video of TeachParentsTech from youtube: