Hello and welcome to Lesson 10: Computer Soundcards, brought to you by beyourownit.com where you can get free computer repair lessons updated weekly, and sometimes bi‑weekly, and sent right to your email or right on our website. So there’s a launched, when it comes to soundcards. Although it’s almost something we don’t really think about…Read More and Watch the Video.
Hello and welcome to Lesson 11 in “Be Your Own IT’s” computer training program. This is going to be a little bit about computer speakers. There’s actually quite a bit to know about them. That’s why this lesson ended up being pretty long. We did a video overview to hit you with the main points.…Read More and Watch the Video.
Hello and welcome to another free computer tutorial. This time you’re looking at Lesson 9: Video Cards. So, there is a couple of main differences in video cards, obviously the onboard memory, the performance so you can get an everyday video card and things that do everyday things. That’s fine. You’ve got gaming computer cards,…Read More and Watch the Video.
Hello all and welcome to Lesson seven of our free Computer Repair and General Use Training Program. Remember, if you’re watching this video on YouTube or Vimeo or Viddler or something, you can always go over to BeYourOwnIT.com, and set up for free training on the right, and you’ll get weekly tips and advice, access…Read More and Watch the Video.
Hello and welcome to the Lesson six of our free computer repair and general training program. Today, we’re going to be taking a look at breaking down the features of a processor. There are two main numbers that we’re most familiar with processors. There’s megahertz and bus speed. In understanding them, I typically use a…Read More and Watch the Video.
OK, welcome to today’s video, brought to you by beyourownIT.com, where we provide free videos and free articles and free reviews. Updated weekly and also by request. This is part of an article that I wrote this week about speeding up your computer and really involves upgrading your processor, but I want to show everyone…Read More and Watch the Video.
Welcome back to Beyourownit.com’s fourth video, or fifth. I’m losing count. I’ll try to keep the camera a little more steady this time as watching my last video got me kind of nauseous. Part of it is that I never used a camcorder before honestly and I just got this one so I have to…Read More and Watch the Video.
Hello all and welcome to lesson four in the Be Your Own IT training program. Today we are going to talk a little bit about computer upkeep, tips and advice that we gather along the way. There’s some useful information from within this lesson but as usual I’m going to kind of let you read…Read More and Watch the Video.
The browser is called Mozilla Firefox, and it can be downloaded for free from the developer’s website. Visit the site and save the installation file to your desktop. When it finishes downloading, double click on its icon and the choose “Run.” The program will take a few minutes to install. Click through the “Next” and…Read More and Watch the Video.