According the U.S. Census Bureau, between the years 2003 and 2012, the percentage of American households that reported owning a home computer increased from 61.8 percent to 75.6 percent in 2010. This means that three quarter of Americans has immediate access to expensive and sophisticated machines about which, technically speaking, they have no clue. Fortunately, web users can at least count on Google Tech Talks to answer many of the most common, and not so common, questions that will inevitably arise.
While computer and internet technology can be fascinating, especially to those who did not grow up with it, it can also be incredibly frustrating. Unfortunately, regardless of how advanced a piece of technology is, Murphys Law still applies. On those occasions when things go wrong it is always nice to know where you can turn for the information you need to get back on your feet.
Although there is no single go to source for the answers to all of your technical issues, Google Tech Talk is there to help web patrons to navigate the increasingly complex landscape that is the internet. And since three quarters of web users prefer Google over all of the other search engines, the majority of them can take comfort in the fact that they will never be far from hospitable territory, regardless of where their web adventures lead.
However, make no mistake. Google Tech Talk has more to offer than search engine tips and quick fixes. In fact, it is one of the favorite web sources of computer geeks everywhere, as it has all of the latest information on the most cutting edge, state of the art computer and internet technology. While it may not be the go to source for every question or computer concern, it certainly comes close.