Whether you are looking to build a new computer, upgrade your operating system, learn about Information Technology, share your printer, set up a home or small office network, build your own website or just want to optimize and speed up your PC. The Pro PC Package has it ALL covered!
Our Massive 3 CD Rom Collection is crammed full, below is a breif overview:
The Pro PC Package comes fully loaded with a range of Live Interactive Simulations. The Live Simulations provide you with a 'Dummy Run' of many Windows tasks (detailed below). During these simulations you will actually believe you are performing a real task within Windows.
The simulations are perfect for anybody who is not sure how to perform a Windows task and is too afraid to try in case things go wrong and their computer crashes. It will show you the whole process from setting your Boot sequence in your computers BIOS through to formatting your hard drive and installing Windows XP!
There a several other interactive lessons that teach your many things about XP and best of all they give you hands on experience in a completely safe environment.
Discover WindowsVistaLearn everything you need to know for working with Windows Vista with this amzing user guide containing over 1000 pages! Get the answers you need to use the new features of Windows Vista, including the sidebar and gadgets, and the Windows slideshow.
You'll also discover how to use new features in Microsoft Windows Media® Player and Microsoft Internet Explorer® 7. Get up-to-date information on how to configure and customize your desktop, how to use new security-enhanced features, and more.
3 Hours of PC Building VideoLessons
Our Digital Innovations section of The Pro PC Package consists of over 3 hours of Full Motion Video that will guide you through every aspect of building a computer system, from start to finish.
The PC Building Video Lessons are extremely detailed and you You will learn how a computer works and you will see how each major hardware component makes up a computer. The Video Lessons cover both AMD & Pentium computers including SATA & IDE hard disk drives.
All major hardware components including the CPU (processor), Motherboard, Ram (memory), Video, Sound, Graphics cards, CD drives, DVD drives, Floppy drives, SATA & IDE Hard drives etc.
Massive WindowsXP Trouble Shooting Guide
Want to get the most out of Windows XP with minimum effort? From a fresh install XP or a Win 98 / M.E upgrade to XP, you will find everything you need here.
|Installing / Upgrading to XP||
|Folder Sharing ~ Xp Style!|
|Configuring the Desktop||Configuring Hard Drives|
|My Computer & Network Places||Manage Devices|
|Creating Local Users & Accounts||Learn too use the Event Viewer|
|Domain User Accounts||Transferring Files & Settings|
|Password Hinting||How to use the Control Panel|
|Configure Outlook Express||Disaster Recovery & Prevention|
|Adding / Sharing Printers||Using Troubleshooting Logs|
|Using Remote Desktop||Working with the Paging File|
|XP Networking||XP Recovery Console|
|System Recovery Within XP||Backing up/ Restoring the Registry|
|Managing Disks and Drives||Editing the Registry|
|Using Built-in Programs||Managing Printers & Fonts|
|Optimizing Windows||Managing Print Jobs|
|Creating & Organizing Shortcuts||Printing to a File|
|Working with Compressed Files||Managing Hardware &Drivers|
|Customizing Explorer||Configuring Power Management|
|The Command Prompt||Using Hot Plugable Devices|
|Using XP Help & Support||Working with Drivers|
|Using XP Troubleshooting Tools||Dual Booting Windows|
|Types of User Accounts||Using Digital Certificates|
|Managing User Accounts||Sending Faxes in XP|
|Removing Password Protection||Making Calls with XP Phone Dialer|
|Working with the Registry||XP Net meeting & Conferencing|
|Using the Event Viewer||Bridging Network Connections|
|Converting a Drive to NTFS||Packet Filtering & Firewall's|
|Disk Defragmenter||Understanding XP Security|
|Working with XP Backup Tools||Working with Hyper Terminal|
Hard Disk DriveData Recovery
If you've been using computers for a any amount of time there is a good chance someone has told you that data stored on a hard drive is not exactly safe, well this is indeed true.
Never mind the fact that unlike CDs or DVD's or other methods of storage, hard drives are mechanical, active devices and are thus subject to comparatively rapid breakdown. So rapid in fact that you will not be aware of any problems until it is too late.
But fear not as we have included a huge amount of information that explains hundreds of methods that can be employed to recover your important data and even fix a broken or defective Hard Disk Drive. This information can be invaluable when your Hard Disk Drive fails and you need to recover your critical data.
With the increased use of laptop computers within the home and office environments, the demand for wireless networking has escalated massively. Wireless networking can provide all the same resources as a traditional wired network, however there are many considerations to take into account when building a wireless network.
|Understanding Wireless||Wireless Zero Configuration in XP|
|Planning a Wireless Network||General Internet Security|
|Pricing Wireless Equipment||What is WEP security|
|Choosing Wireless Equipment||Securing your Wireless Network|
|Choosing an Access Point||Configuring WEP Security|
|Where to Install the Access Point||Enabling Sharing|
|Configuring an Access Point||Setting up file sharing|
|Wireless Network Adaptors||Adding Printers|
|Installing Access points in XP||Setting up printer sharing|
|DHCP & Static IP addresses||Printing & Data Transfer|
|Wireless Routers & Gateways||Bluetooth|
|Wireless Internet Access||Wireless Synching with a PDA|
|Internet Connection Sharing||Setting up Port Forwarding|
|Wireless Connection Sharing||Gaming over Wireless|
|Setting up a Wireless Workgroup||Console Gaming over Wireless|
|Obtaining I.P Addresses||Wireless troubleshooting|
|Setting up a Network Hub||Domain Name System (DNS)|
|Network Protocols||Building your own network|
|Configuring a Network||Telnet & FTP|
|TCP/IP Protocol||OSI Seven-Layer Model|
|Gateway Protocols||Setting up network hardware|
|File and Printer Sharing||Computers and Workgroups|
|Accessing shared Data and Files||Adding a computer to a network|
|Network Programming||TCP/IP Configuration|
|Gateway to Gateway Protocols||Troubleshooting TCP/IP|
|Telnet and FTP explained||The Internet Protocol (IP)|
|DOS and Windows Clients||Socket Programming Interface|
|Network Architectures||Network Information Service|
PhisingSecurity - Get Protected Now
What is Phising? In computing the term Phishing used to characterize attempts to fraudulently acquire a computer users personal information, such as user names & passwords and even more worrying, credit card details. These details are collected by people masquerading as a trustworthy person or business in an apparently official electronic communication usually an email or an instant message.
InformationTechnologyeight unit course
Want to learn a little about Information Technology? Why not, since that is what is allowing you to view this webpage! Find out what I.T actually is, learn about how a computer actually works - you may just be amazed!
|The evolution of I.T||Bits & Bytes|
|Business Critical Systems||The Processor|
|E-commerce Concept||Performance Factors|
|Hardware Maintenance||Intel & AMD Processors|
|Network Support||Memory (R.A.M)|
|Technical consultancy||Data Protection|
|Health and Safty at Work Act||Display systems|
|Static Electricity & ESD||Modem Devices & Speeds|
|Manual Handling||Scanning Devices|
|Hazardous Voltages||Storage Devices|
|Display Screen Equipment||Storage of Computer Media|
|What is P.C Networking?||The Evolution of the Internet|
|P.C Networking Definitions||What is the World Wide Web?|
|Network Types||Internet Service Providers|
|Physical Topologies||Internet Browsers|
|Network Media||Using the Internet|
|Sharing Network Resources||Internet Definitions|
|The Binary Numbering System||Communication|
|Questioning Techniques||Time Management|
|Structuring Questions||Examples of Viruses|
|Overview of Computer Viruses||Preventing Infections|
|Firewalls & Firewall Definitions||Software Licensing|
Keyboard Skills letting you down? Want to increase your typing speed? The Pro PC Package can help! Our Interactive Touch Typing Tutor teaches you how to touch-type. What is Touch Typing? Touch typing is typing using the sense of touch rather than sight to find the keys.
|Increase Job Prospects|
|Practice your worst finger / key|
|Right to Left Text Support|
|Lesson Progress Indicator|
|Multi Language Support|
|3D Typing Game|
|Variable Text Size|
|Indication of which fingers to use|
|Touch Typing Statistics|
Our specially designed H.T.M.L Tutor to teach you the language of the Internet.
Designed especially for the beginners and intermediate users, the H.T.M.L Tutor is a browser based application that teaches H.T.M.L (Hyper Text Makeup Language) coding in a very easy to understand and fun way.
Within a few hours you will be able to Code Your Own Web Page and even make stunning adverts for your eBay auctions!
|HTML Tags in Plain English||Section Headings & Link Colors|
|How to Make Tables||Create Ordered & Unordered Lists|
|How to Create Forms||How to Insert Images & Relative Paths|
|How to Use Frames||Mono spaced Font, Font Size Types|
|Hex Values for HTML Code||Formatting Email Image Links|
|How to Make Magic Buttons||Image sizes, Thumbnails and Anchors|
|How to Use Sounds in a Web Page||Space Code and Special Characters|
|How to Create & Edit Backgrounds||How to Make & use Thumbnail Images|
|Access to Ready Written Java Script||How to Upload your Web Pages|
And a Huge PC Technician Utility Toolkit
The Pro PC Package is supplied on 3 CD ROMS!