Windows for beginners

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Earlier today, I was looking for a complete list of Windows environment variables and a spot of googling turned up Victor Laurie’s Computer Education website, which describes itself as “an educational site that is intended for the home user of personal computers… teaching some basic points about how they and their Windows operating systems work”. From a cursory glance, it looks to be a useful resource, with information written in a clear and concise manner.

Among his collection of sites, Vic also has a site called Surf the Internet Safely with advice for those who are worried about security online and a Windows Tips and Tricks blog with “selected tips on making Windows safer and easier to use”.

All of these sites look to be useful resources for those who are just getting started with a Windows computer (and for some more advanced home users too).

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