How to teach adults who are mouse/keyboard/windows/pc hardware illiterate.

What are the successful practices for bringing adults up to speed on the basics of mouse/keyboard/windows/pc hardware literacy. Ages from 40 up to 60.
Is there are a YouTube channel that handles these topics effectively but not in a condescending or snarky manner?
Is there a blog or perhaps Udemy/Creative Live/etc.
I'm looking to harvest suggestions, resources, videos, blogs. I'm shocked at how many people are technologically illiterate.
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
That is a very broad topic and you need to know what your clients need.

I am long past the top end of your age group there and I deal with clients in and above your age group.

1. Keyboard:  Everyone I know can use a keyboard.
2. Mouse: Everyone knows basic mouse, but I often show people little tricks.

A Windows tutorial (thousands of these) tell you how to right click, left click, context click and copy / paste.

Windows for Dummies is a good source for this.
Shaun VermaakTechnical Specialist/DeveloperCommented:
Would be beneficial to understand what the purpose is of getting them up to speed on the basics of mouse/keyboard/windows/pc hardware.

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