Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, UK (PRWEB) July 29, 2008
Software Menu Maps Ltd. (http://www.softwaremenumaps.com) claims that its method of learning software creates a much faster and easier way to master new software. Their method maps out the entire program for new users.
With the release of the new Microsoft operating system, the company expects to see an increase in business for their Vista tutorial. The map lays everything out in an easy to use format for people trying to learn the new operating system. All of the menus and sub menus are copied from the program itself, and then explained in a way that is easy for new users to understand. This new operating system is much more complex than Microsoft systems in the past and the company claims that with their help, any user can master the commands very quickly.
The Vista tutorial is not the only thing that the company offers. They also have methods to teach users the most commonly used computer programs that are available. The company claims that users can master any program by using the program familiarization method.
The method was discovered by the company creator when he was attempting to explain a program to someone who could not understand. He went over the program for days with the student, and both he and the student got frustrated by the lack of progress. He eventually mapped out the program on paper for the student, and then realized that the student grasped it immediately. The student did not require any further instruction after reviewing the map of the menus and options the program had. That is when Software Menu Maps Ltd. was formed. The successful case study showed the creator that people could learn software quickly and easily if the software was explained in the correct way. He realized that the system worked for all software on the market, and he then went on to create menu maps for the most commonly used software available.
For more information, visit them online at http://www.softwaremenumaps.com.
About Software Menu Maps:
Software Menu Maps Ltd. was founded in the UK in 2006. They are currently the only company that offers menu map guides to the public
(An http://IPRWire.com Press Release)
Name: Jeff Brown
Address: 3 Cults Avenue
Country: United Kingdom