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(of a person) having sufficient knowledge and skill to be able to use computers; familiar with the operation of computers.
- ‘He gives the example of one man who ‘only used the internet to book his holidays twice a year and that was done on his behalf by a computer-literate friend’.’
- ‘For older, less computer-literate teachers, Mr Drage recommends occasional short training periods.’
- ‘However, I did feel the book was written with the computer-literate reader in mind.’
- ‘Soldiers assigned to staff positions must be computer-literate and seek training for the operating systems and programs they will use.’
- ‘‘You could create a campaign that reached every computer-literate voter,’ says Cuban.’
- ‘Support arrangements ranged from contracts with local repair shops to the phone number of the dealer's computer-literate kid.’
- ‘More surprising is the fact that even the most enlightened and computer-literate parents choose to put the family computer in the son's bedroom, thereby creating access problems for a daughter who would rather like to use it, too.’
- ‘I'm the only computer-literate person in the family, so all trouble-shooting in the family goes to me.’
- ‘I'm not computer-literate, by a long shot, but I know people who are, and they tell me that the computers used to count the votes are just as subject to being hacked as any others.’
- ‘Are there any technically-minded, computer-literate people out there?’
- ‘There is a new breed of users out there, computer-literate consumers who don't think twice about altering the look, feel and functionality of a product.’
- ‘Today, a computer-literate immigrant to the United States never really leaves home.’
- ‘Such a change is only likely to come about when the majority of that group is populated by truly computer-literate individuals.’
- ‘Any security system can be hacked, as computer-literate teenagers prove every day.’
- ‘Some pundits say the migration of more original programming to the Web is inevitable, particularly as today's computer-literate teens reach adulthood.’
- ‘A version can also reside online for your computer-literate students.’
- ‘To meet the demand for computer-literate students, accreditation agencies have recommended that universities implement computer competency entrance exams, exit exams, and require computer courses.’
- ‘Modestly, I explained that I was pretty computer-literate already.’
- ‘There are only six sales reps there, all English-speaking and computer-literate.’
- ‘And here's proof that even the homeless are now computer-literate.’
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