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Website Overview


Choose from the links below or read all, top to bottom.

Welcome to the overview
What does the site offer
Becoming a free member
Using this Site
Using the tutorials
Frequently Asked Questions



Welcome to the Overview

Qwerty computer tutorials aims to show you as much as possible about computers, software and related computer and networking equipment for free.

Computing is a vast subject and we couldn't possibly show you everything there is to know about computing (we'll try!) although we will give you a good understanding in theory with our computer tutorials as much as we can.

The idea of this overview page is to explain some of the simple ways our website is designed to work. If we have done our job designing this site correctly then it should be easy to navigate and find what you want anyway.



What does this site offer?

Qwerty computer tutorials has computer tutorials for Microsoft Windows XP, WIndows Vista, Windows 7, Microsoft Office, general networking, Microsoft Server family operating systems and much more for the future.

Many of the computer tutorials are designed to guide you through completing common tasks in Windows or the chosen topic. We will be offering troubleshooting tutorials and solutions to errors and faults soon.

Our aim is for this website to become one of the top sources for information one day. We are small at the minute, grow with us.

The tutorials on this site are and will always be completely free to view and use to anybody visiting the site, however we do have a member area which has extra features and is also free to signup and use.



Becoming a free member

Did you know you don't need to register on this site to make use of the great tutorials. They are completely free and we intend to keep it this way.

We would like you to sign up however as this allows us to measure the site popularity and we can continue to build a solid website for our target audience.

Another benefit to signing up is future features that will be allocated to signed up members only. These could be:

  • Additional Tutorials
  • Release of tutorials earlier than to non members
  • Ability to create tutorials on this site and earn link points
  • Access to our member area

Please do sign up for our Free membership, it only takes 5 minutes and we don't need many details from you. All we need is a name a username, password and an email address.



Using this Site

This website has been designed to 'hopefully' be easy to understand and follow.

As you look at the following picture that we have labelled with numbers you can see how we put this site together.

  1. Menu - This vertical menu will always be visable throughout this computer tutorial site. You can always use the menu to navigate back to the home page, or other tutorials.
  2. Main Content - The main content section is where all the readable stuff goes! This is where the tutorials are displayed, the login forms, registration forms etc. This is the section the user should focus on for reading.
  3. Sponsers - Down the right hand side we have some of our advertisments and sponsers. We need their adverts to assist us in creating and maintaining our site, so please do look at the great products they are offering.

main computer tutorial screen


We have a Contact Support section that allows you to send us comments and questions about our site. We constantly want to improve on our delivery of computer tutorials so please help us and tell us what you think.

We have a Link To Us page which is very important to our growth. If you could add a link to us on your web page this would help a lot. Visit the link to us page and see how to do this.

If you cannot create a link then just tell everyone you know.



Using the tutorials

Using the tutorials will be fairly easy for most people. They are structured with instructions in text and accompanied by a picture for each step required.

Using the menus on the left hand side of the website you can browse to the relevant section under a heading such as 'software tutorials'. As you can see, under software tutorials there are the sub categories such as 'Windows XP' or 'Office 2003' which you can click on.

When you click on the topic such as 'Windows XP' you will be presented with all the tutorials for that topic, divided into sections appropriately. You can see an example of how this list looks below.

You will see the first option is the 'software tour'. This just means that it starts at the top of the listed tutorials and proceeds to the next one in sequence.


list of Windows XP tutorials


You can click the tutorial that you want to see. When the tutorial loads there are a couple of items to make you aware of.

If you look at the screenshot below you will see the numbered sections. See the list below.

  1. Tutorial Topic - This part tells you the name of the tutorial.
  2. PDF Download link - This is a PDF version of the tutorial that you are viewing. It is available to signup members only. Everybody can access the tutorials via the web pages
  3. Tutorial Notes - These notes just highlight any information that may be applicable to the whole tutorial.

tutorial screenshot


Just read the tutorial from top to bottom, following the instructions. At the bottom of the tutorial you will find three links as pictured below.


tutorial screenshot


The first link is the next tutorial in sequence of the 'Software Tour' which basically just goes through the tutorials one at a time.

If you prefer you can link back to the tutorial list that you selected from initially and choose a different tutorial.

The third link is the 'Download PDF version' again which gives signed up members another opportunity to download the tutorial.



Frequently Asked Questions

We don't have any FAQs at the moment but if you have one then please contact us and fill out our support form.

Please contact us and ask us questions as we are just computer geeks that are lonely and looking for computer talk.