My query doesn't relate the troubleshootings nor it is concerned with any of the advance applications.

I am working to be an expert and right now in the bsic stage of general application of the windows.

If you do not hesitate or make a fun with my limited computer knowledge, could 'expert-exchange' help me guide the way to be a genuine expert in the near future?

I am sorry if my question doesn't meet the criteria you seek.

Rupesh Silwal  
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Hi RooP,

Nobody here will make fun with limited computer knowledge. This site is there to help people of any skill to gain knowledge, to be helped in a particular or general problem.

I can assure you that visiting this site on a regular basis will guide you in getting real good.
Browse through the questions in the area's of your interest, participate in discussions, ask some questions.

As you have seen, there are lots of different specific area's, there is this general area, you have the windows area's, the MS Office area's,...

Also, in 'More Topics', you have some other not-computer related area's, where you can ask and look at questions about other subjects (language, travel, philosophy). And take a look at the lounge.

Welcome and till later,


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The only "stupid" question is the one that goes unasked...

Welcome to E-E!

You can learn a *LOT* just reading the various questions. I'm one of the top experts here and I pick up tips and tricks all of the time. On several occassions I've stumbled across the answers to problems I've had or seen in the past.

Remember, we were all "newby's" once.

I think you'll find that E-E is a friendly/helpful place. We try to weed out bullies and rude experts. The high point experts tend to moderate the discussions and it is seldom that Linda or Ian (or other E-E staff) have to step in. We do, occassionally, get an expert that is rude and/or abusive but their accounts tend to get shut down if they don't learn their manners.

We also have a large number of questioners that english is not their first language. Sometimes we have to ask for clarification, but over all your grammer is not at issue, only the technical content is. We have users from all over the world and we try to help each one to the best of our ability.

Again, Welcome!

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I have to disagree.  This is not the place to learn about computers and applications.  That's like telling someone they can learn to drive a car by showing them how to do a tune up or rotate the tires.  You might pick up some tips on how to keep your winshield clean, but you won't learn how to "drive".

If you want to learn about troubleshooting or more specifically, how to troubleshoot a problem, then yes, this site will help.  But if you want to know more about computers and applications, you really should take a course in them, or get some tutoring.

I don't mean to say you shouldn't look around.  You absolutely should look around.  But you're not going to learn anything by looking at obscure questions and answers.

Play around with your computer, try things, and if you have questions, try to figure them out yourself.  If you can't, post them, and when someone answers, you'll learn more about your computer.

I don't mean to sound dismissive, in fact, I encourage you to take classes in computers, and to join our ranks.  
Good luck!
-Tabo, MCSE
If you know some about computers, this is the best place I have found to pick up the rest.  I went from moderate tech to expert in about a month.
Don't listen to Ravenone. His profile shows that he has not been an active participant here at e-e!

Check *my* profile (click on the name) and then use your judgement as to which expert's opinion you should follow! (this is another *feature* of E-E - you can weight the experts opinion based on both their profile and grading history)

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