What are some things that every computer user should learn? What things do you wish every computer user knew? What are some of the biggest benefits that individuals and/or society could reap if computer users learned these things?
Please boost, I honestly want as many serious answers as possible. Feel free to answer variations of the question for different levels of "computer users", such as programmers, office workers who use a computer 4+ hours per day, phone-only users, etc.
@willghatch 5. The parts of a computer you see are only a small part of how it all works.
The physical product, controls, display, speakers, etc., are how you and the computer interact -- the "user interface" (UX). Think of those like handles on a bag or door, guages and instruments and controls on a car, or an elevator panel. These let you tell the computer what you want, and it tell you what you're doing.
But the interface isn't _what the computer is_, only _how you experience it_.
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