Using a recent technology product is usually quite stressful unless you have been using a similar product lately. The reason is that as technology products mature, the number of features and user interface also changes. For example, smart phones have undergone several transformations and are no longer simple telephones. They behave more like computers these days. Therefore, being able to utilize their full potential is quite a challenge. However, there’s no need to despair. I will show you some methods for kickstarting the learning curve when it comes to technology related products.
If you have never used a modern smart phone then you would have to start learning from scratch. If you have been using a cell phone though then you have some basic understanding of the principle operation. In fact, chances are that you won’t have many problems using your phone to call someone. However, when you start exploring additional features, you will notice that your smart phone is much different than your previous phone in terms of the user interface. All modern smart phones work with an operating system. This operating system is quite different than the Windows operating system which so many people are familiar with. Therefore getting to know the user interface takes a little time.
The same problem also occurs with computers. Especially tablet computers running the android operating system are quite different in terms of the user interface then Windows computers. But then again, Windows itself has also been transformed several times. I think most uses a still familiar with the classic start button type windows which started with windows XP. Then it has been transformed into a tile interface with Windows 8. Since many people would not get used to using this new interface, Microsoft has decided to re-introduce the start button in the latest Windows 10 operating system.
If you are having a hard time using a modern operating system on your computer, I would recommend downloading of software called classic shell. The software can change the user interface to a Windows version that you are used to. So for example you can change the start menu in Windows 7 to a classic start menu in Windows 98 or Windows XP. However, cell phones usually don’t have skinnable user interfaces. That means what you see is what you get. However, it is not that difficult to get use to the operating system. If you are having a hard time figuring out the basics then I recommend surfing over to YouTube and looking for android operating system. There you will find a number of tutorials.