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- Total Time 2 hr
- Lessons 10
- Attachments 14
- Exercises 54
10 Lessons in This Course
9 minBasic Computing lesson 15 CQ
Getting started with Ubuntu—a free and open-source software suite—is a great way to get more comfortable with computers, and learn about operating systems.
12 minBasic Computing lesson 27 CQ
Now that you're familiar with the basics of Ubuntu, and have the operating system installed and ready to go, it's time to learn about navigating the interface.
8 minBasic Computing lesson 35 CQ
The best known image manipulation and editing software comes from Adobe, but when working in Ubuntu you have a very powerful alternative, called GIMP!
13 minBasic Computing lesson 47 CQ
In this Ubuntu lesson for beginners try connecting to the Internet! Discover the network manager, and set up wireless, wired, or VPN Internet connections.
9 minBasic Computing lesson 55 CQ
Just because you've moved over to Linux doesn't mean you need to give up working with documents, spreadsheets, and presentations. Try LibreOffice on Linux!
12 minBasic Computing lesson 67 CQ
If you have migrated from a Microsoft Windows or Apple OS X platform, it is crucial for you to be able to download apps and update software in Ubuntu.
9 minBasic Computing lesson 75 CQ
Ubuntu has your music and podcast needs covered with great music players, such as Rhythmbox, which is reviewed in this Linux lesson for beginners.
15 minBasic Computing lesson 88 CQ
Windows users have Outlook, Mac users have Mail, but what does Ubuntu have? Ubuntu Linux has Mozilla Thunderbird, which is covered in this lesson!
17 minBasic Computing lesson 99 CQ
If you are a Windows user, you've likely been in a situation where you couldn't find a hardware driver. Learn about Ubuntu hardware support in this tech lesson.
12 minBasic Computing lesson 107 CQ
Not all software has an Ubuntu alternative, but there are other options for Linux users. In this Ubuntu Linux lesson use WINE to run Windows apps on Linux!
318 min3-part iPhones + iPads course11 CQ
Explore the best apps for improving the functionality of your Apple devices! In this brief course, check out useful apps for backing up data and transferring content between your phone and computer!
523 min5-part Basic Computing course14 CQ
In this course, Apple enthusiast Ticu Bogdan shares some of his best Mac hacks and essential apps that will save you money, make you more productive, and help better connect you to others.
2 miniOS Development lesson2 CQ
In this lesson you will learn how to retrieve your lost iPhone and iPad data.
858 min8-part Basic Computing course35 CQ
In this course, pick up expert advice about setting up a computer safely and quickly, creating a network drive, replacing a laptop screen, installing a CPU, overclocking your computer, and more!
1066 min10-part Basic Computing course40 CQ
Google offers a full suite of free apps to help manage your personal and professional lives, organize files, and increase productivity. Learn how to use Google Drive, Docs, Sheets, Gmail, and more.
318 min3-part Basic Computing course12 CQ
In this course, an expert from Computer Care Clinic introduces the basic features you need to know to navigate Windows 10. Learn how to customize the Start menu, find your favorite programs, and more.
8106 min8-part Basic Computing course57 CQ
Need detailed guidance on how to make the best of the Windows 10 operating system? This course familiarizes beginner students with the Windows 10 user interface and its basic capabilities.
10120 min10-part Basic Computing course65 CQ
If you're a Mac or Windows user looking for more control over your operating system, switch to open source Ubuntu Linux! Install and customize the latest Ubuntu build in this course.