ITonRamp.com has a new course addition that will run several times this year called PC Reloading. The purpose of the course is to teach how to reload a computer. What is reloading? It is a way of restoring your machine to like-new speed.
Here’s what normally happens to a computer. You purchase a new one, and it’s nice and fast – at least for awhile. Then, as programs are installed and more files and data are saved to your operating system, the computer becomes slow and sluggish. Usually two or three years after purchase (or less), a computer is operating at a less-than-efficient speed. Waiting on a computer that jams or takes forever to open something is not pleasant (been there, done that!).
I’ve had the blessing of using a reloaded computer system, and it is like having a new computer. In addition, some people accidentally get spyware or a virus on their computers (Computer Essentials is an excellent course to learn to avoid a virus in the first place, among many other things), and this makes reloading a necessity. By taking this course, instead of having to pay for a reload, you can do it yourself.
This course is perfect for young people and parents. In addition to the skill being a help to your family, it will be a valuable asset to any home business.
The first class for this four-week course is March 4th.
“Learn to do well;
seek judgment, relieve the oppressed,
judge the fatherless, plead for the widow.”