Disclaimer: I dont really know shit but want to learn. Thanks in advance for the ” your retarted and should never mess with computers stuff” but, I really do want to learn. And I dont mean learn what each acronym means. Im talking about knowing how to build a computer and not only know what software is out there and what each does but, exactly how the process works to achieve what the software is meant for. I know this will take years. Do I start by learning python or C++ or does this type of knowledge really require college or some type of schooling? To get to at least a moderate level of knowledge, can you be self taught? And if so, where do I start? What do I learn first? Again, I want to know how things work not just what they do. The curiosity of the things you can do with enough knowledge is killing me and is what drives me to know this. I know ” noobs” are shunned so thanks in advance if you decide to reply.
- johny b asked 4 years ago
- last edited 4 years ago
Ok, first of all, you’re retarted and should never mess with computer stuff. Hacking your own autoexec.bat file is no longer cool! That said, I, too m working my way along the learning curve, but if you really want to learn from the motherboard up, take an A+ class and you’ll learn how to build a computer, which has little to do with SW and less to do with cellar web fun.
Hell, for a reasonable price I’ll show you how to build a computer but first, you must prove your credibility as a dumbass versus a playing-dumbass secret agent.
- Tee413 answered 3 years ago
- last edited 3 years ago