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If you're just getting started with Windows, here's a link to a great
online tutorial for you that is maintained by the public library in Northville, Michigan!
Also if you're new to the mouse, try this Mouse Tutorial developed by the Scranton (PA) Public Library.
If you're trying to track something (or someone) down on the Internet, a good place to get started is our Search Tools on the Internet page. Or you can check out the Fort Smith Public Library's links to Internet Resources on all sorts of topics.
Have you ever wondered what "cyberspace" looks like? If so, you'll want to check out Cyber-Geography Research, a site that brings together many different maps of the Internet. (Note: This site is graphics-intensive, so it may take a bit longer to load.)
The University of Georgia's Exploring the World Wide Web is an excellent online tutorial to the World Wide Web. For more Web pages for beginners, check out Yahoo's list.
Take an online Windows tutorial at Northville Public Library's web site in Michigan!
For tips on buying a computer, check out Dave's Guide to Buying a Home Computer.
These sites are a great resource for people who want to translate computer jargon into English.
|This Page Last updated: 14 November 2002|