Senior Center - Bill Radisch Computer Center for Seniors

A computer learning center for adults 50+ or adults who are permanently disabled, hoping to build a community of individuals who use computers to make their presence known in the world and to improve the quality of their lives and their community. Our Computer Center is a division of the Greensboro ShepNet and the activities are coordinated by Linda Collins (336-992-0591). Classroom space is located at the Senior Enrichment Center, 130 E. Mountain Street.

Technical Support in our Computer Lab
Virus/Malware/Spyware removal
Assist with startup errors and pop ups
Tune up slow computers
Install programs including free anti-virus programs, Open Office, anti-malware and spyware programs
Windows update
New computer set-up
Data Backup and transfer
Format, reinstall operating system
Printer install and setup
Personalization and customization of computer
Assist with sign-in options

Senior Support in our Computer Lab
Advice, help, practice your computer skills
Help you use Windows 10 (and other Windows operating systems)
One-on-one assistance with your laptop, Android tablet, Android Smartphone
Using email
Searching the web
Using programs/software
File and photo management
Social media
Skype
Using Google
YouTube

Open Computer Lab and Technical Assistance cost is $5.00 per person.

If you want help in learning how to use your device, please bring a small notebook to write notes to help when you return home.

****It is the responsibility of the user to know the passwords for programs*****

 

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