Author(s): Michael Price
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This popular guide, now in its fifth edition, has been updated to cover the latest developments in the realms of the internet and the World Wide Web.
For readers who have never used the internet before and want to get to grips with it quickly, "Internet for Seniors in Easy Steps" will help them discover the opportunities and the benefits of the Internet, explained in easy steps. The emphasis is on the tasks that users want to carry out over the Internet, rather than the technology and equipment used.
Activities discussed include searching the Internet, solving puzzles and quizzes, playing games of skill such as chess and bridge, planning vacations, exploring arts and crafts, researching your family tree, publishing websites and blogs, receiving RSS feeds, and keeping in touch with family and friends. The book helps make sure that all Internet experiences will be safe, enjoyable and useful. It introduces users to the latest internet browsers, such as Internet Explorer and Chrome, and covers Windows 8.
Michael Price is an accomplished "In Easy Steps" author, IT journalist and systems consultant with a wide experience of computing systems ranging from mainframes to personal computers.
Sue Price has been teaching adult education classes for the over 20 years. She has taught a wide variety of computing classes in addition to CLAIT courses, to students of all ages, and fully understands the needs of newcomers to computing and of those who wish to develop their IT skills and experience.