Android Tablets (a device designed to fit between a laptop or desk computer and a Smartphone) are produced by many manufacturers – Samsung, LG, Acer, Huawei, and others. Fortunately the operating system is very similar among the makes. They all have features that exist in computers and phones, but can lack some other features.
This course will NOT cover the use of IPads.
The course will look at the various models and suggest ways in which their use can be enhanced.
It is suitable for those with little experience of their use.
- Introduction to Android Tablets
What version do you use – and the differences
Setting up your tablet – basic set up
Home Screen – how to organise.
Opening an Account with Google
Setting up your mail account
Anti Virus – why it is necessary
- Using your Android Tablet
Reading books – Kindle or your local Library
News and weather – keep up to date…
Photos – and how to store and edit
Shopping – how to make your own desktop ikons
Using your tablet with your TV at home
Printing from your Tablet
Try and answer any queries you may have.
If you have subsequent questions, then attendance is recommended at the monthly “Drop ins” for either computers or Smartphones.
Desirable knowledge: Introduction to computers; Files and Folders.
Course consists of two consecutive classes.
Cost: $5 per class, total of $10, paid at first attendance.