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Working with computers

 
Working with computers

In today's society, there is no escape.
Well, we have been warned that this time it would be, probably from previous years. Yes, computers have finally taken charge and, if any, we are here to convince him, but not because we want or because we can. We want to convince him that if he does not take the necessary steps to control that reign, he will leave him behind more than he could have imagined.
    Computers are everywhere. Take a moment to try to think of a place a business where you did not wear a computer in use. From the small shop in the local corner to the largest hospital, computers are in all the gauze, the grocery store, the bank, the restaurant, the beauty shop and the doctor's office. From the point of view of a consumer, you may not believe that this is concerned. But along with computers, we have also been infiltrated with a small thing called "self-service". Nowadays, there are more self-control resources than ever and in an effort to synchronize them with headquarters databases, they are provided through their inescapable computer.
    Here are some examples. Banking is autonable through the ATM to the desktop. Service stations are autonable through a CLAD menu touch screen kiosk. Most cash records are Windows XP or Vista machines that send purchase details to the Internet (or a small intranet). Having your weight, blood pressure and heart rate measured and registered is now a digitized process. Even order a pizza is now a simple matter of dialing from a wireless cell phone and making some selections from the preprogrammed menu series!
    The important thing you should realize here is that this phenomenon is not a new convenience, it is a new requirement. And if you have not jumped the binary car, you will face some problems. Because as well as this new lifestyle was predicted once, we will predict that "the old ways" will disappear slowly.
We will predict that all paper-based transactions (checks, postal orders, etc.) and documentation (think in the old filing system) will disappear. We are going to predict that the chips will replace everything that was once transported from one place to another through the trusted post office. And we are going to predict that households will be reduced less with piles of paper and that our natural resources will flourish as a result.
    All this sounds good and, of course, but if you are not a computer expert, you will feel a little lost once the choice has passed and the revolution is 100% complete. Fortunately, computer systems are designed in a way that even a child can manipulate them. In fact, if you can remember that most systems are designed along the menu line and selections of some options in these menus, you will do it well, regardless of how many buttons you have to push.
    For example, when faced with an electronic system, look for a main menu. Most of the main menus are shown as soon as a device is turned on, so it is likely that if it is stopped before a device that shows a lot of options to do something, you are looking at a main menu. The buttons in these main menus, of course, take you to additional menus, which at the same time gives you even more options to do. And all those options will eventually take you to the service you need. A very important option that will want to keep your eye on the option to return to the main menu. In this way, you can return at the beginning of a system and start in case you get lost between the road.
    Another important option in which you want to monitor is the option of getting help! It is possible that this option is not available on each device you find, but when available, be sure to use it.
There is simply no way to avoid it. Computer and computerized systems are here to stay. There is no need to fear, but surely you can not avoid them. Just remember the menu system and soon you will discover that you can approach and use these things as if it designed them yourself.
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