Techboomers-Tech Tutorials for Boomers Help Find Time!

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Tech challenged? Techboomers to the rescue!

Techboomers is a handy site that offers step-by-step tutorials for using many of the most popular websites and web tools that are available today.

Geared for the non-techie folks  amongst us, Techboomers is free, and offers comprehensible information that is at once comprehensive and not so detailed as to be overwhelming.

The site launched earlier this year, and here’s how they describe themselves and what they do: is a free educational website that teaches older adults and other inexperienced Internet users with basic computer skills about websites that can help improve their quality of life.

Techboomers provides three main services:

  • Techboomers introduces users to trusted new websites and Internet-based applications through an easy-to-navigate directory and targeted emails based on their interests.
  • Techboomers provides free video and article tutorials in a language suited to those who may not be the most tech-savvy. These tutorials teach the easiest and most efficient ways to use the websites, as well as how these websites can improve one’s quality of life.
  • Techboomers keeps its users informed of important news and information about their favourite products via on-site alerts and periodic email newsletters.

Geared for older adults and internet newbies, Techboomers is all about empowering people to be able to use what’s available on the internet to improve their quality of life … and that includes finding time for what matters most!  After all, the more quickly and easily you can find what you need or do what you’d like to do in the web, the more time you’ll have for other things.

So I encourage you to explore

You’ll need to create an account, but as I said, it’s free. And the site offers lots and lots of helpful information, starting from Internet 101 courses and moving through a growing array of well-categorized services and websites.

Disclosure of Material Connection: I have no material connection with Techboomers and have not received any compensation for writing this content.

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