Wednesday, June 11, 2014

The 7 Commandments Of Computer Usage

The 7 Commandments Of Computer Usage
By Jackson Chung
From the creators of the infograph featuring the most popular holiday toys from the past fifty years, comes a simple yet effective poster detailing the seven commandments of computer usage.
Read, remember, repeat. These are the seven rules to using computers. Think of it as a cheatsheet, if you will — one to be shared with every novice computer user you know. Recall everyone who has ever bothered you with a simple computer question, people who are incapable of using Google to troubleshoot their own computer issues, and share this infograph with them.
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7 commandments of computer usage   The 7 Commandments Of Computer Usage

  1. Use only one antivirus software.
  2. Always update your antivirus definitions.
  3. Be mindful of your browsing habits and what you download from the Internet.
  4. Delete emails from unrecognised senders, and those containing dangerous unknown attachments.
  5. If it isn’t broken, don’t fix it.
  6. Unless you know what you’re doing, don’t try and fix a broken computer yourself.
  7. Back up your data.
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