This book is designed to deliver a proactive introductory computer education or reading experience for the student, the office worker, or simply the enthusiast who seeks to adventure and explore knowledge above and beyond the hardware, software, and desktop aspects of the computer and the wide variety of technologies surrounding the computer. The contexts of the book are brief, and it narrates in brief, but it provides great exposures to the reader of meaningful information much needed that can be easily expounded to present a broad knowledge. The sequence of the subtopics are well arranged to start with the definition, then the history of the computer, also covering desktop functions and keyboard shortcuts in the Microsoft Windows Platforms, and end with the Internet, and Internet Browser types and functions. Your experience with the book will be found great and rewarding.
Joko Austin Bryant, Sr., (BBA, University of Liberia, 1982; MIS, University of Phoenix, 2008) has lived in Minneapolis, Minnesota for the past 26 years upon migration from his home country, Liberia, West Africa. He has worked in the Information Technology (IT) industry for 12 years in the branch of Infrastructure. He served a few US iconic corporations including GE Capital IT Solutions, and IBM Global Services, then moved on to Excell Academy for Higher Learning, a Minneapolis based charter middle school, where he’s served as Director of Information Technology for the past 5 years.
Mr. Bryant still lives with his wife, Oretha Rhoda Chea in Minneapolis Minnesota. This is Mr. Bryant’s first book, and he thinks he will do it again.