Basic Computer & Network Troubleshooting
Do you think your computer performance is too slow and you are wondering if you can do anything about it? Do you find that you get screen freezes or “fatal exception error” more than you would like? If so, this class which will teach you troubleshooting techniques for your computer and networking system as well as some preventive maintenance skills so that your computer will continue to give you the best performance possible.
Topics to be covered will include:
- How to update your drives and clean up (and out) files
- Security best practices
- Dealing with issues related to computer accessories – monitor, mouse, sound
- Internet and network connectivity problems
- Most common Windows errors and what to do
And, finally, if you can’t solve the problem with these techniques, where can you go for online free help to diagnose and troubleshoot your particular computer issue?
Date: Sat, December 8, 10 am – Noon
Instructor: Jim Clager has been a CORE volunteer since 1999 and is responsible for all CORE IT systems. He also designed and implemented CORE’s satellite classroom facilities located in Falls Church, Fairfax and Herndon. Professionally, Jim performs software applications management for the multi-billion dollar project called Navy-Marine Corps Intranet at Quantico’s Marine Corps Systems Command.
Seating is limited. Early registration and payment is recommended.