Computers are becoming increasingly accessible and the number of users who use them is on the rise.
But are they making people more aware of how to use them?
In a world of smartphones, tablets and other electronic devices, the most important thing for most people to do is to be able to do what they want with their computers.
This is because they are not just a tool to access the world, but also a platform for communicating and connecting.
For some, this is a good thing, but for others it can be problematic.
“People are going to find ways to use the devices,” said Professor David Ehrlich, director of the Institute for Human Computer Interaction at the University of Edinburgh.
“They’re going to use it for all kinds of things that are not necessarily beneficial to them.
It’s going to allow them to interact with others.”
For example, people may use their computers to view and comment on videos.
This may be fine for watching a movie, but can lead to problems if a video is upsetting.
This can be mitigated by using a different device, such as a tablet, but the benefits of this are often lost on users who don’t use computers at all.
The advent of social media has also opened up this opportunity for some.
“We’ve now got a lot of people who don