Overview

There is no other device that changed our lives like computers. The growth of computers and related technologies has been so unprecedented that, it has found a place in every aspect of human life.

Be it for fun, relaxation or money, people use this device widely so much that, it’s found in almost every establishment. Philosophically, everything in life comes with a clause. ...
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Healthy Computing

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Overview

There is no other device that changed our lives like computers. The growth of computers and related technologies has been so unprecedented that, it has found a place in every aspect of human life.

Be it for fun, relaxation or money, people use this device widely so much that, it’s found in almost every establishment. Philosophically, everything in life comes with a clause. It’s same with the so-called magic device, ‘computer’.

There has been a lot of discussion in the media about the side effects of using computers for a long time. After revolutionizing the world with its multitude of uses, the health hazards of long time computer usage became a real revelation for the millions of computer users.

It all started in the 80’s and as years passed, more studies revealed many astonishing facts. The most common ailments related to computer usage are vision
defects and wrist injuries. According to American optometric association, 12 million Americans visit eye doctors due to computer related problems.

Though these facts can be quite frightening, you need not panic as a little care can make you devoid of these even if you are a regular computer user.

Computers are used by millions of people every day around the world. And each of them will have their own styles of working and hence there cannot be a single correct arrangement of components that will work well with everyone.

A transcriptionist may find things easier if the arrangement enables her fast and accurate typing while a graphic artist may like to have his work station done in a way that foster his thinking.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014058193
  • Publisher: M&M Pubs
  • Publication date: 1/26/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 4 MB

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