[ExI] quora question
randy.burkhardt at gmail.com
Fri Jul 19 03:47:51 UTC 2019
I've tried this many times, I think it's a pretty close competition between
all the consumer systems: pcs, macs, android tablets and phones. They all
are trouble for the technically challenged that I have here. The android
tablet would get my vote because that's the quickest and simiplest for me
to help them with, if wi-fi is already in the house. If there wasn't any
wi-fi in the house I would consider a cell phone. Tablets and cell phones
both give a good internet/pc experience. I've not used Mac or iPhone,
maybe they are a little easier for the new person, I don't know but I
suspect they are similar in ease. Different people have various challenges
and limitations such eyesight problems, dexterity issues. But assuming
they can see ok and can use their hands I think an android tablet and a
stylus will be of great benefit to most anybody.
On Thu, Jul 18, 2019 at 4:30 PM William Flynn Wallace <foozler83 at gmail.com>
> I have been involved in computers, software only, since 1980. The
> question is: what is the easiest way to get a nontechnical person online?
> Some of you may have tried with your grandfather or someone like that, and
> may be able to tell me so I can answer that person's question. I have not
> tried to do this with anyone.
> bill w
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