Businesses run on technology. Most of us like to think that we run the technology. And we do—we’re the ones that click this, tap that, and issue commands for the printer and the Internet. But do we speak technology? More importantly, do we understand technology when it is spoken to us?
We’re not talking about communicating to the computer directly in binary code. Do we know enough about our machines to decode what they’re telling us? Not always. Sometimes, we need an interpreter.
5 Things Your PC Wants You to Know
Yes, these are the basics of computer communication. That’s where learning any language starts. While you may not become fully PC-fluent (and you may not need to), you can now understand a bit of what your computer is saying.
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