Now that we're into the 21st Century, solid knowledge of computer technology is becoming more and more necessary if we wish to succeed in the future economies. Habari Members have realised this and through EOL have made this site. This site is dedicated to providing EOL members and the general public with IT information all in one place, especially for students from various Arusha Schools and Colleges. You will find extensive basic computer information presented here for your browsing and reading pleasure – and even some videos will soon be added...
However, we are not stopping there with our scope. We also provide useful information and references for experienced and expert computer users. We ask all habari, EOL members and computer lovers in Tanzania to contribute to this site for articles, tutorials and answearing visitours questions when they come.
Future computers will change; they may not even be called computers anymore since computer technology is permeating nearly all the electrical devices we manufacture today. As we have seen, computers do far more than simply "compute". Keeping yourself knowledgeable in your areas of interest is essential for future success - in today's world, that includes computers.
Last Updated (Wednesday, 21 October 2009 09:12)
Video tips and tricks
Have you just bought a new computer and want to Move files and settings from old computer to your new computer?
Last Updated (Wednesday, 21 October 2009 13:38)
Here we explain about EOL workshops in 2011
Last Updated (Tuesday, 18 January 2011 03:23)
Nigeria Internet Scam
The Nigerian Email Spam Scam has been around for some time and a lot of people both in Tanzania and allover the world have fallen into this.
Last Updated (Wednesday, 21 October 2009 14:52)
How can I increase my computer speed?
I've heard a lot of comments from my clients and people thinking that a slow computer is caused by malware. However, a slow PC might have several causes other than malware. In this thread I will be giving you a step by step guide on how to speed up your PC. The main thing that slows your PC down, if it's not malware, is clogged up Temp files.
Last Updated (Wednesday, 21 October 2009 16:58)