5 edition of Using the internet safely for seniors for dummies(r) found in the catalog.
Using the internet safely for seniors for dummies(r)
Originally published: Redmond, Wash. : Microsoft Press, c2006.
|Statement||by Linda Criddle and Nancy Muir.|
|Contributions||Muir, Nancy, 1954-|
|LC Classifications||HQ784.I58 C75 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009024374|
Nancy Muir is a writer and consultant and the author of more than 40 books, including Computers For Seniors For Dummies and Using the Internet Safely For Seniors For Dummies. She writes a column on computers for and provides technology advice on her Web site, s: 1. Computers For Seniors For Dummies, 2nd Edition gets you going with lots of illustrations and easy–to–follow–instructions, never assuming you already know more than you do. You′ll learn to use the keyboard and mouse, navigate the Windows 7 operating system, access the Internet and use e–mail, create documents, shop safely online, and more/5().
Nancy C. Muir Coauthor of Using the Internet Safely For Seniors For Dummies With this friendly, hassle-free guide, you can finally benefit from all the Internet has to offer If youd like to be able to/5. The bestselling Computers For Seniors For Dummies is here to help the 50+ set conquer and overcome any uncertainty with clear-cut, easy-to-understand guidance on how to confidently navigate your computer and the Windows 10 operating system. Featuring large text and images, it's never been easier for seniors to smoothly click their way around a /5(5).
The go-to guide for learning the ins and outs of laptop computers! Over 50 and still want to learn how to get the most out of your laptop? Laptops For Seniors For Dummies is your ideal guide. No experience? No problem! This book walks you step by step through the setup, navigation, software, email, using the Internet safely, and more/5(64). With million senior citizens in the United States alone, and , people becoming a "senior citizen" each year, seniors aged 65 to 74 make up percent of internet users. And percent of seniors are regular internet users,  X Research source making motivated senior citizens a rich source of potential Facebook users.
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Using the Internet Safely For Seniors For Dummies helps you feel more secure by showing you how to protect yourself while enjoying the Web.5/5(2). How to Become Safer Online. Create stronger passwords. Create passwords that aren’t easy to guess, and don’t share them with others. Don’t expose personal information.
Be aware of how much of your personal or financial data you might be sharing with strangers on social Don’t fall for e-mail. You can avoid being a victim of online crime with the simple steps for staying safe online that you’ll find in Using the Internet Safely For Seniors For ’s the guide you need to steer safely through the hazards so you can shop, visit, invest, explore, pay bills, and do dozens of other things online — more securely.
As a senior and computer and internet user though not a techie, I think this book, for fellow computer users, is a good user guide to security. I think it is up to date, being copyrighted in It seems to cover pretty much the range of subject matters needed to provide security for users.
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Here's the guide you need to steer safely through the hazards so you can shop, visit, invest, explore, pay bills, and do dozens of other things online - more securely/5(18).
Using the Internet Safely For Seniors For Dummies By Nancy C. Muir, Linda Criddle Browsers help you move around the Internet, and search engines make it easy to find information on the Internet. E-mail is a fast and convenient way to communicate on the Internet. To stay safe when e-mailing, follow these practices every time you send or receive a message: Don’t share sensitive personal information.
Never share passwords, Social Security numbers, and credit card numbers in e-mail. Part of Using the Internet Safely For Dummies Cheat Sheet A number of Web-sites are dedicated to Internet safety. These Web sites can help you understand online risks, such as identity theft and scams, and can help you generally be a safer online consumer: LOOKBOTHWAYS offers blogs and step-by-step procedures to help you stay safer.
There’s even a glossary of common computer terms and aguide to your rights when using the Internet. Using the InternetSafely For Seniors For Dummies helps you feel more secure byshowing you how to 4/5(2).
The Internet is amazing, but the risks you've heard about are real, too. You can avoid being a victim of online crime with the simple steps for staying safe online that you'll find in Using the Internet Safely For Seniors For : The perfect book to help anyone 50+ get the most out of the Internet--safely and securely.
My Internet for Seniors helps you quickly and easily get online and start using everything the Internet has to offer. With step-by-step tasks, large text, close-up screen shots, and a custom full-color interior designed for comfortable reading, you’ll quickly be getting the most out of your online /5(3).
Using The Internet For Seniors – Beginner’s Guide get in touch The internet offers a wealth of opportunity for staying in touch with family and friends; gathering helpful information, even paying bills and shopping from the comfort of your own home.
Get this from a library. Using the Internet safely for seniors for dummies. [Linda Criddle; Nancy Muir] -- Provides information for seniors on ways to safely surf the Internet, covering such topics as email, social networking, blogging, online dating, and shopping.
Internet Safety Tips For Dummies In This Book Recognizing how online risks occur Staying safer with technology Taking care with shared photos Understanding how crooks collect information Reporting fraud and abuse N ews stories about Internet risks sometimes cause people to File Size: 2MB. Covers choosing and connecting to an Internet provider, establishing an e-mail account, getting on the web, and finding the sites that matter most; Now in its 14 th edition, The Internet For Dummies covers the latest social networking tools, browser features, connection options, safety features, and so much more.
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Get this from a library. Using the Internet safely for seniors for dummies. [Linda Criddle; Nancy Muir] -- Isn't the internet amazing. But, oh, the risks you've heard about - identity theft, e-mail scams, phony medical information, and more.
Here's the guide you need to avoid the hazards with confidence. Computers For Seniors For Dummies (For Dummies (Computer/Tech)) The book is aimed at someone trying to get into using a computer for the first time. I've been using them for ages, and enjoy helping people who are not familiar with them to take their first steps, so was interested to see what explanations and tips I could pick up to help others/5(22).Offering advice for seniors so they can protect their online interests, transactions, and interactions, this title provides awareness, information, and skills that are necessary for seniors to feel comfortable while using the Internet.
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