Even If You’re A Complete Beginner.
Technology. It can be a blessing or a curse, depending on how you look at it.
For today’s generation (known as “digital natives”), using computer programs like Microsoft Office, Microsoft Word or even online platforms like Twitter or even Gmail are effortless and easy.
But for some of us who may be less tech-savvy (men and women aged 45+… known as “digital immigrants”) or those who consider themselves complete tech “newbies”, technology can be an uphill battle and a struggle.
You may want to learn how to use your desktop computer or a new smartphone or tablet, and the programs on it or the Internet, but you have no idea what to do.
What you need are the COMPLETE BASICS. You want simple!
The biggest obstacle in your way when it comes to learning and understanding the most practical uses of today’s technology is one thing: FEAR OF SCREWING SOMETHING UP!
At first glance, trying to setup an online Gmail email account, making your first FaceTime or Skype call or figuring out how to play a Netflix show on your television can feel like trying to solve the world’s biggest mystery.
And trying to get started using very helpful computer programs like Microsoft Word, Excel or even PowerPoint can seem practically impossible.
After seeing how many middle-aged people and even senior citizens were struggling with learning how to use the most basic computer programs, and even the Internet, I knew I had to do something.
Tech Made Easy is a technology education bundle product that comes complete with step-by-step video lessons, helpful audio lessons, and highly informative quick guides. All of the content is specifically designed to teach people just like yourself how to use some of today’s modern computer software, various electronics and Internet services.
Tech Made Easy is for anyone who struggles with learning new technology. If you’re “technology challenged” or simply aren’t sure where to start learning, then this product is for you. It doesn’t matter how old or inexperienced you are, it’s never too late to start learning!
Tech Made Easy!
How to Manage Your Passwords with KeePass and LastPass
Microsoft Word Basics
Microsoft Excel Basics
Managing Windows Files and Folders
Windows 10 Basics
Microsoft PowerPoint Basics
30 Tips to Use Google More Effectively
How to Speed Up a Slow Computer
How to Organize Your Photos On Your Computer
Which Pop-ups Are Safe To Click?
Stream Free And Paid Content To Your Television With Roku And Amazon Fire TV
Protect Yourself with Banking and Credit Card Alerts
Everything You Need To Know About Netflix
What To Do (Step By Step) If Your Computer Has A Virus
3 Ways To Back Up Your Computer (Good, Better and Best)
What is PayPal and How Do You Use It?
What You Need To Know Before You Buy Your Next Computer
Air Travel Tips & Tricks - Save Money Booking Your Own Flights
What Is OneDrive And Why Should You Use It?
Don't Be The Next Victim Of Ransomware
Getting To Know Your Internet Browser
What Is Office 365?
The anatomy of a PDF
15 reasons to switch to Gmail
The Beginner's Guide to 4K Television
7 Free Word Processing Alternatives to Microsoft Office
Are You Struggling With Too Many Remotes?
Texting 101: Everything you wanted to know about texting
What is an Apple ID?
How To Use Windows 10 Cortana
How To Digitally Rent A Movie
You’ll also receive a microfiber cleaning cloth. Microfiber is perfect for cleaning your smartphone and tablet screens without scratching them. Works on your monitor too!
My name is Patric Welch, known on television and radio as “Mr. Noobie®”. I help people use technology to enhance their own work and personal lives. For many years now, I’ve been a professional “techie” who lives and breathes technology. It’s my passion and I simply love it.
Besides making many appearances on local TV and radio, I was also lucky enough to have a segment featured on NBC Nightly News and have also become a Verizon and Xfinity influencer as well. This means I review their latest technology for them.
With Tech Made Easy, I’m finally able to help people of all ages and background on a more global level online when it comes to learning and understanding technology. I couldn’t be more proud of this product, and I hope it provides you a lot of value and fun as well!
Knows his subject
I thought the presentation was exceptional. Mr. Noobie knows his subject.
Very informative and relatable.
I feel well informed
You did a great job! Lots of great info on a subject I knew nothing about. I feel well informed.
You truly know the industry
Great presentation! Your ability to convey such technicalities to a non tech savvy audience proves that you truly know the industry.
A lot of information in understandable terms.
Good with translating technology.
Very informative with up to date information. Very personable. Easy to follow and understand. Great examples!
Breaks down the tech jargon
Breaks down the tech jargon in easy to understand terms. Great examples for everyday use of the apps.
Every day language
Excellent at explaining in every day language how to use Windows so it makes sense.
No tech jargon
Very helpful info and easy to understand without tech jargon.
Answered many things
Thought you were very informative. Answered many things I did not understand prior to today. Thank you.
Great job explaining to a technologically challenged person
Great job explaining very complicated devices to a technologically challenged person.
A technological dinosaur could understand
Thank you for explaining the info so that a technological dinosaur like myself could understand.
Appreciate your honesty
Great resource. I appreciate your honesty and sense of humor!
For both novice and advanced users
Very informative; explanations were good for both novice and advanced users.
I can see clearly now!
I was so confused, but I can see clearly now!
Explained in the most user friendly way
Explained in the most user friendly way for a person who is not so user friendly. Very informative.
Like the simple approach so those of us who are tech challenged can keep up.
Easy to understand
Easy to understand, good material, enjoyed presentation.
I was able to understand
I was able to understand and I’m not good with electronics!
If you add up the entire value of all of the audio, visual and written content inside Tech Made Easy, the total value is $1,030.84. If you were to take individual classes on these subjects, it could add up to be even more.
But luckily for you, now you can get instant access to all of this information and start learning right from your favorite chair at home for a one-time investment of ONLY $177.
- 10 Video Lessons, 50 Audio Lessons and 33 Quick Guides
- The Big Book of Noobie: Volume I (456 pages!)
- Google Suite Cheat Sheet, Must Play Games in iOS and The Ultimate College Tech Checklist
- 15 eBook PDF Audio Transcripts
- All shipped on a brand new USB stick (along with your microfiber cleaning cloth)