That said, I'm not a techie. Any time I make an upgrade on software or try to install a program, there is a cloud of blue air around my head. I couldn't survive if it weren't for two younger generations who seem to adapt to technology a lot easier than I do.
However, I have learned a few things from my computer.
1. If life seems to be too routine, press shift every once in a while. It's nice to make changes and see things differently on occasion.
2. If you're surrounded by chaos, Alt-Ctl-Del will get you out of nearly any difficult situation. Just take control of your life and delete the parts that are causing you problems. There-issue solved.
3. When faced with an obstacle, press backspace a couple of times and try a new attack. Sometimes you have to move backwards to go forwards.
4. And most important of all, it's nice to be mellow- DON'T SPOIL THINGS BY YELLING AT PEOPLE.
Now if only I could win the keyboard control game with Zoey, I think I could learn to have a little more affection for my computer.