3 Microsoft Windows Tutors Found Near Provo, UT

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Michael P.

Microsoft Windows Tutor

Layton, UT 84041

Will travel 25 miles

$90 per hour.

5.0 26 ratings

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Enthusiastic Math Tutor, Mechanical Engineer, and Mentor

I have spent about 18 years of my life tinkering around on Windows machines, trying to optimize and understand them. I have defragmented hard drives, installed and uninstalled programs and operating systems, and reset computers to factory defaults, just to name a few. I'd love to get in touch and see if I can help you! I graduated summa cum laude with both Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Mechanical Engineering in 2014 and 2015, and I did excellently throughout my entire schooling career (3.98 GPA in college) because I enjoy what I studied and I work hard. As an engineer, I get to use math e [more]

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Antonio M.

Microsoft Windows Tutor

Salt Lake City, UT 84105

Will travel 30 miles

$25 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

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I make learning fun and permanent

My experience in Microsoft Windows is all from my personal training in and outside the classroom. As for my computer teaching experience I taught Microsoft classes in Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Access at Ivy Tech while I was studying to attain my Master in Science in Information & Communication Sciences at the Graduate Center of Information & Communication Sciences at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana. My interest in computers started while serving in the US Army totally fascinated by the growing world of intelligence communications. Staying on top of the Tech World is not an easy tas [more]

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Rodney B.

Microsoft Windows Tutor

Ogden, UT 84404

Will travel 40 miles

$50 per hour.

4.95 22 ratings

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Modern Computer Use, Office Applications and Programming

I have been working with Windows since before the stand-alone version was in existence. I worked at a ComputerLand of Reno in the sales department, and would sell Micrografx Designer, which ran on its own embedded Windows 2.0 system. Since then, I have worked on every major Windows release. Much of this experience has been developing software using C++, which used the Windows API via the MFC library, and C# which uses the Windows API via COM interfaces. I have developed applications utilizing core Windows technologies such as OLE, OLEDB, COM, DCOM, ODBC, VBA, and DOS. [more]