Attention computer users! Now that we have your attention, we thought we'd let you know that today's post will come in handy by helping you, help yourself. We hope today's lineup answers your questions and expands your skillset. In summary, you will be set up with thousands upon thousands of computer tutorials. Some of our favorites are the video tutorials, but the written tutorials can also come in handy.
Today's 10 Links a Day: You are never too young to learn
- Woopid - Watch it. Learn it.
Woopid has thousands of free video tutorials for all things PC and Mac, Internet topics and gadgets. Videos are high quality with audio.
TechTutorials links to tutorials made all over the internet, ranging from Windows, UNIX to programming topics. Tutorials typically include written directions and images.
Tech Recipes home page is setup like a blog - view the latest tutorials listed. Tutorials are written directions.
Large range of tutorials. Format ranges from text descriptions, images and videos.
- Tutorials for noobs
Very limited selection right now but has promise - free video tutorials for Flash, Windows Vista and more.
180 + HD video tutorials for the Mac - they aren't free though. $57/six months.
Expensive, but they have thousands of high quality video tutorials ranging from hundreds of high end applications.
- Atomic Learning
Another pay site, with many common software applications - video tutorials.
- Computer Hope
An oldie but goodie - since 1998.
Mostly written articles with images, covers Windows, cameras, spyware, and software.