Family tech support or helping your parents with computers is usually more time-consuming than testing software or writing a blog post. So when a site offers to help us with that and make it easier, a productivity writer like me is bound to get excited.
Well, it recently happened.
Teach Parents Tech, a site created by a bunch of Google engineers, is a simple and useful site to help your parents learn about the world of computers and the internet. It can send them how-to videos in an email, and you can choose from over 50 how-to videos spanning 5 different categories. So, if you want to get productive at family tech support, this is a site you should bookmark — or bookmark for your parents.
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