While it’s true that a new piece of technology comes with a learning curve, it doesn’t mean that learning how to use new tech is impossible–like in this video where a Linux user explains the learning curve to a Windows user.
“Well, there is a bit of a learning curve.” In this example, the learning curve is as ridiculous as the 8-bit graphics. It’s a silly instructional video, but it does a good job of showing us why some people have reservations about using new technologies. If you’ve never used Linux before, then you too would have a difficult time navigating around the dungeons and battling the monsters.
Here are a few examples of some common technology upgrades that come with a bit of a learning curve.
- Upgrading from an older version of Microsoft Office to a newer one.
- Learning how to use a new smartphone.
- Switching computer platforms, like from Apple to Windows.
- Upgrading your game system from the Nintendo Wii to the Wii U.
- Creating a new email account with a new email hosting service.
- Upgrading to a new operating system, like from Windows XP to Windows 8.1 (which you need to do by April 8th when Microsoft stops supporting Windows XP).
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