Technology World’s blog features technology articles, reference documents, how to guides, quick reference sheets, tips and tricks to help you eliminate the fear to help you maximize the use of technology.
A Little About Us
Bottom line technology is changing. The world is changing because technology is changing. My mission a long time ago:
To create environments in which people can learn as they grow. Not everybody is going to take to this website, which is why we want to help you overcome your own obstacles before going deep into My World and how it can change your life if you listen or observe and comprehend.
Ever since the age of 14 I knew computers was my drive. Once I received my first dialup modem I knew it was time for me to start communicating. I had enough drive to dream about creating my own Bulletin Board System (BBS) but did not have sufficient experience to help my dreams become reality. Perhaps it is you who would like to modify my dream and share some of your own dreams as well.
Well OK it has been 30 years from then till now, and I have gone through roadblocks, obstacles, and heart ache. This does not prevent me from wanting to start something huge. I have a drive to succeed and a willingness to do something about problems in the world. So if you think we connect and can contribute ideas feel free to give me a shout via our Contact Form found here.
If there is something you would like to have developed and its not listed in our blog, contact us. We need to share or knowledge in order to build a strong economy, a stronger future, and a stronger world.
To provide a positive online environment in which people of all skill levels can enhance their level of computer knowledge so that they are equipped to explore new technological advances.
Our Valuable Resources Are Always Under Construction Because That Is The Nature Of Technology
|Our computer training tutorials and flash based demonstrations utilizing the popular screen recording Camtasia Studio explains how to get things done on personal computers. You will understand how a Windows operating system works and what is required when upgrading your computer. Learn new computer skills with emphasis on the basics and progress to more advanced topics as you learn.
||Technology World’s PC Reference library digs deep into the nuts and bolts of computer technologies. Most specifically, focused on what comprises a personal computer, end users learn all about how to build a computer from selecting a power supply to securing the motherboard to the computer case. Demonstrations are provided for clear and precise explanations of everything PC related. A detailed specs center will leave you examining and maybe even fixing your problematic hardware.
Technology World’s Device Driver Database will help you sort out pesky computer hardware problems by allowing you to download current and archived device drivers for popular PC components. You will gain invaluable how-to information related to the installation of device drivers and also learn how to troubleshoot problematic components to easily resolve computer and operating system problems.
Technology World’s Clipart and Stock Photos Database will help you spruce up your digital projects by providing royalty free digital artwork to download and use in projects. Detailed help is provided on how you can use these images in your own designs and what you can do to enhance your word processed documents, websites, and even company stationary. Feel the power of our Cliparts and Stock Photos database today.
Baffled by what all those new computing terms mean? Well fear not, as our Computer and PC dictionary of 30,000 technical terms will enable you to master the jargon associated with personal computer technologies. You will understand complex computing topics with emphasis on how to get tasks done and learn concepts associated with upgrading your PC and using a Windows operating system.
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I am Microsoft Certified as an Office User Professional and also A+ Hardware Certified. I have been working with computers since the age of 14 and can troubleshoot any problem easily. I have a vast array of experience with technical support, and also understand what it takes to run my own business.
Comptia A+ Hardware Certified
Authorized Google Partner
Microsoft Certified Office User Professional
Member of Humber College Alumni
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We are an active member of CIRA (Canadian Internet Register Authority)[/caption]
The Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) is a member-based not-for-profit organization, best known for managing the .CA internet domain on behalf of all Canadians, developing and implementing policies that support Canada’s internet community and representing the .CA registry internationally. We are building programs, products and services that leverage all the internet has to offer to help build a better online Canada, while providing a safe, secure and trusted online experience to all Canadians.
The Canadian Internet Registration Authority is best known for managing the .CA domain name registry. They do a lot to help build a better online Canada.
- 102 Projects funded through the Community Investment Program.
- Nearly 15,000 CIRA members.
- More than 280,000 internet performance tests conducted last year.
- More than 2.6 million .CA domain names registered.
- 100,000 new cybersecurity threats blocked daily by D-Zone Firewall.
- 11 Internet Exchange Points (IXPs) nation-wide.
“A domain name is an easy to remember name that translates into an Internet Protocol (IP) address. You type a unique string of numbers, letters, and hyphens into a web browser (like Chrome or Safari), and bam, you are connected to the website you were looking for. It’s kind of like how if you’re trying to text your friend Pierre, it’s more practical and memorable to fnd him in your contact list than to remember the 9 digits in his phone number.”