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A Beginner's Guide to Personal Computers, Vol. 1
An easy to follow, step by step introduction to the world of personal computers. A friendly, non-technical approach helps beginners get comfortable with the components of a computer system, how it all connects and what goes on inside.
Introduction to PC Computers
A video tutorial designed to teach you fundamental information about DOS computers. You will learn about PC terms, hardware, maintenance, and other practical matters. Learn about floppy drives, hard drives, and more.
National Geographic: Miniature Miracle, the Computer Chip
Witness the miracles of the technological revolution. Today, robots do jobs too dangerous for humans, and computers help the disabled to walk again. At the heart of this new technological era is a miniature miracle-the computer chip. This power-packed chip, coupled with human ingenuity, is the key to the amazing inventions examined in this video.
PC-ABC: Steps to Computer Confidence
This program will teach you the essentials of Word Processing, Spreadsheets, Graphical User Interface, Data Communications and more. It will instruct you on selecting a PC and how to set it up; how a computer works, all about keyboards, monitors and printers and all the strategies you'll need for success-how to teach yourself any new software.
This program acquaints the viewer with the different kinds of portable computers available and the methods by which even the smallest computer can accomplish functions that prior to present technology, only the larger models were able to perform.
Programming Your Personal Computer
Computer analyst John Haynes explains the basic workings of the computer with particular emphasis on the conversion of ordinary user's language to computer language or "binary code." Utilizing a hands-on approach, the viewer is shown the construction of a program.
Robotics: The Future is Now
Hosted and narrated by William Shatner. This introduces the concepts, capabilities and applications of industrial robots.
Robots: The Computer at Work
Robots are shown performing industrial work, assisting the handicapped, fighting fires and preventing crime.
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