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Jan. 28 workshop looks at computer basics

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MIDDLETOWN, Calif. – Lake County Websites and Computer Repair is starting off this year's monthly computer workshops with a very fundamental computer class called “Just the Basics.”

It will be held on Saturday, Jan. 28, from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., at 15642 Armstrong St. in Middletown in the Jazzercise Center (two blocks behind the post office).

Do you know the difference between Microsoft Office and Microsoft Windows? Do you use the "right click" on your mouse? Do you know how to attach a picture to an email? Is your computer protected from viruses? Do you understand computer terminology like browser, hard drive, RAM, USB, etc.?

If you have questions about running or maintaining a Microsoft Windows computer, you will get answers at this workshop.

The presenter of the “Just the Basics” Computer Workshop, Mark Rudiger, is the owner of Lake County Websites & Computer Repair and has more than 18 years of experience installing, troubleshooting and working with computers.

During the course of Rudiger's daily work as a computer repair tech and Web site designer, he has been repeatedly asked to offer this kind of workshop.

If you have a laptop, bring it along and connect to the high speed Internet. If you don’t, you can follow along on Rudiger’s laptop screen which will be projected on a 70-inch screen.

Go to to register for this and other upcoming workshops.

The workshop has a $10 admission fee to cover costs.

For more information or to reserve your spot, call Mark Rudiger at 707-987-1923.

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