Raise you hand if you throw up your hands every time your computer stops playing nice. Yep, I see a lot of hands waving. Here’s a FREE class for everyone who gets frustrated with their computer (home or work). Scott Henke of Onsite Consulting leads “How to Troubleshoot Your Own Computer – So You Don’t Have to Call a Computer Repair Guy” on Thursday, February 28 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
This fast-paced and humorous explanation of basic computer troubleshooting will leave you laughing and confident with how to tackle common computer, tablet, phone, and printer headaches. It is designed to help anyone become more comfortable with their technology, so you don’t have to spend big bucks on tech support.
The workshop is at the Academy for Lifelong Learning. Classes meet at Calvary Baptist Church (6500 E. Girard Ave., corner of Hampden & Monaco, in Denver). Normally Scott’s classes are $10 and you pay a semester membership fee of $25 to the Academy. But this workshop is totally FREE, so you can check out the Academy programs.