Welcome to Absolute Computing Solutions;
we return positive results to you.
We are Jane Wilde and Paul Redmond, highly skilled technicians, consultants and educators. We are ready to help you set up an office full of computers, boost your older system, fix an immediate problem, and train you on how to get more from your computer or network of computers.
- Network solutions
- Computer repair
- Educational technology
- New equipment consultation
- Social media solutions
- Staff and individual instruction
- Database design
- PCs and Macs
ACS Owner Jane Wilde will facilitate a Google Hangout this month on the topic Minecraft in the classroom. The session will include a panel of Vermont educators who are currently or making plans to use the game Minecraft as a platform for teaching.
Minecraft is a game played by 13 million people world wide. Some call it a video version of lego because of its look - low quality "blocky" graphics - and its users' ability to build with lego like blocks. Educators are taking up the game because of its adaptability to many curricular areas.
The hangout event will be held Thursday, December 19, 2013 and is open to anyone who is interested.
How do you decide which computer to buy? The many models and options are confusing! By considering the following questions you will find the task less daunting than you imagined.
How much money do you have for the your purchase?
The main difference between a $300 computer and a $600+ computer is the processor or CPU. Some call this the brain of the computer. A $300 machine will have a low end processor (often an Intel i-3).