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About

Computerhelp4all is a website with free computing articles, quizzes, and activities that was launched on 10th January 2022. With multiple difficulties, topics, and subtopics, Computerhelp4all provides free online computer help for everyone.

This website was designed to help people understand computer terminology, answer people's computer questions, test their knowledge with quizzes, and allow them to complete some computing activities. The greatest advantage is that it is completely FREE and open to everyone 24/7, regardless of their location. None of the information and advice is locked behind a paywall and you don't need to create an account.

FAQ

Are these articles and quizzes designed for an exam or a qualification?

No, these articles and quizzes are not designed for a specific exam or qualification, but they can help you towards gaining qualifications in IT.

What does the difficulty on each article mean?

Each article has a difficulty level. The three possible difficulties are easy, medium, and advanced. These give you an idea as to how easy it is for most people to understand the article, how common the terminology is, and whether it is suitable for beginners, intermediates, or experts. The difficulty level is a number that can range from 1 to 10, with 1 being the most basic and 10 being the most advanced.

Easy articles

Articles labelled as 'easy' contain basic computing terminology that most people already know. Examples are Wi-Fi and internet service providers. Even if you don't know what these terms mean, they will be easier to understand than most articles and are suitable for beginners. Articles labelled as 'easy' have a difficulty level of 1, 2, or 3.

Medium articles

Articles labelled as 'medium' may take some more time to understand as they contain more advanced terminology that is less commonly used. Examples of medium articles are domain names and proxy servers. Not everyone knows what these terms mean and these are suitable for intermediates. Articles labelled as 'medium' have a difficulty level of 4, 5, 6, or 7.

Advanced articles

Articles labelled as advanced are difficult for the average computer user to understand and contain highly complex and advanced terminology that is less commonly used. Examples of advanced articles are DNS and nameservers. These are suitable for experts. Articles labelled as advanced have a difficulty level of 8, 9 or 10.

Article Milestones

Below are the article milestones along with the date published.

Article Number Title Date Published
50 What Is FTP? 11th February 2022
100 What Is A Keyboard Shortcut? 31st March 2022
200 How To Make Money Online? 27th May 2022
250 What Is POTS? 18th June 2022
300 What Is A .htaccess File? 31st July 2022
400 Why Is My Computer So Slow? 17th October 2022
500 How To Make A Website? 10th January 2023
600 Top 20 Mistakes People Make When Using Computers 27th March 2023
700 Top 10 Most Useful Free Software Programs You Should Have Installed 13th July 2023
750 Top 15 Most Commonly Mispronounced Computer Terms 28th August 2023
800 What Would Happen If The Internet Stopped Working? 3rd October 2023
900 15 General Computer Tips For New Users 24th January 2024

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