When the two xo laptops arrived at our school, we discovered the importance of training. The laptops did not have a manual to direct us how to operate. The teachers had to spend some considerable time trying to figure out how to open the machines. Finaly when we had them opened the next job was to have the battery charged. The Kenyan electric sockets are different from the American. That meant some modifications before we could charge them.
Later, we could not figure what operating system the laptops use. Are they on Windows? The answer seemed to be a resounding no. So what system are they operating on?
Every little step we made, we met more challenges. Without a manual, we were at sea.
We training on how to operate and use these lovely laptops.


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