Make Internet Easy for Older Users
Trying to help a technophobic elderly relative or anyone else who finds computers a bit frightening get onto the internet can be a deeply frustrating process. They want to do it, but are scared of everything.
Internet Buttons (http://www.internetbuttons.org/) is a web tool that means you can set up a super simple home page for whatever the key tasks are accessing email, Skype, Amazon shopping or whatever. Users will need very basic keyboard and mouse skills.
It's a neat idea, driven by a UK based organisation, but, as far as I can see, available for use anywhere. Simple to use, nice big, easy to see buttons and it's free. Can't be bad.
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