This highly praised course will teach you everything you need to know about building a PC from scratch, installing the operating system and software.
Learn how to build your own computer in this online course
Learning how to build a computer not only gives you the steps to physically build a unit, but it will also give you a better understanding and appreciation for how your computer functions.
We’ll give you a crash course in computer lingo and explain all the terms you’ve always heard about – RAM, CPU, Graphics Card, etc. and show you why they’re important. We’ll also advise you on the parts and accessories you should be using to get the most from your machine.
Consider this course if you:
- Are in the market for a new computer and want to understand the nuances between brands and models to get more value for your spend.
- Enjoy electronics, gadgetry, building, and working with your hands.
- Want a custom computer to meet your specific user needs (i.e. gaming, digital art, etc. or if you suffer from impairment or disability, etc.).
- Want more value for your spend (build a cheap gaming computer that has all the features you want!).
- Are considering a career in the tech industry (i.e. network support, help desk, or computer repair).
- Want to take your computer proficiency to the next level.
In this course we will teach you:
- The mechanics behind your computer screen – how all the parts come together to make your computer work.
- An intro to operating systems and computer peripherals (keyboard, mouse, speakers, etc.)
- The components and parts inside AND outside a computer, and what function they service.
- A crash course in Motherboards, CPU, Memory, Storage and Graphics.
- How to select components and parts to meet your needs and budget.
- How to build your own computer, including tools, supplies, and safety tips.
- To test your new machine and get it ready to use.
Whether you’re already computer literate or are starting from scratch, this course will equip you with the skills and knowledge to better interact with, and make use of, your personal computer. Once you know how they work, it’s easy to figure the rest out!