Most of you Internet-savvy folks out there have received distress calls from parents before, asking how to perform tasks that we consider simple such as copy and pasting, changing the wallpaper on your computer and such. Not all of us have the patience to sit down and go through everything with them, and with that in mind, Google has come up with a cool way for you to send help to your parents – TeachParentsTech.org. The site allows users to select from more than 50 basic how-to videos that you can send to people with minimal fuss. In order to get the site going, Google offered some free tech support care packages to folks who sent in the necessary videos, and those packages were snapped up in an instant. Check out a video demonstration after the break and jump for joy that you won’t have to tear your hair out again.
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