Does anyone know of any good, up-to-date tutorials for new desktop users--basically, "for dummies"? This is for people who have either not used a computer or have had a little experience with Windows. Assuming people have never, ever covered these topics, I'm looking for tutorials on topics such as:
- how to use a mouse
- how to start GUI applications
- how to minimize/restore programs
- how to copy a file (using a GUI)
- how to use basic features of a word processor
- how to use a web browser
This tutorial (just Chapter 6) is too old.
The following is distro-specific and does not have enough pictures.
The following introductory stuff is OK-ish, but I need more stuff and higher-quality stuff.
(maybe too sparse for new computer users; format is ugly)
(a bit old since it uses Mozilla instead of Firefox)
(reads more like a manual than a guide; should be more linear)
looking for tutorials on installing Linux, installing new applications, using console interface, or anything "nerdy" since these tutorials are for our computer lab running Linux. (The systems are already setup, and learning to use the CLI is not important.) I need something self-paced to give the instructor to give to the students. The students are men in a drug and alcohol recovery program, and many have neither computer experience nor a high school diploma.
There's bonus points available for resources made for classroom use!