So I've had this class for 2 days already, and I can just tell he has no clue what he's talking about. The class is Business Info Systems...basically Excell and Access. However, for the first couple weeks we're learing basics about computers. He even told us he's not "tech-savvy"...but telling us the wrong things if just ludicris. Here's what he's said so far: 1. Said the "R" in CD-R stood for "write". Doesn't it stand for recordable? 2. Listed a USB flash drive under optical drives b/c he said it "also uses a laser" 3. Said "if your hard drive fails, you can boot up in "safe-mode" which launches DOS and bypasses the Hard Drive." Isn't DOS on the HD???? 4. Said "nobody in the class" has a Core 2 Duo processor because it's so new. And he said that Core 2 Duo tops out at 2.0MHz 5. Said a Quad-processor machine would cost about $10,000. 6. And finally...here's the kicker he said today. He said about 10 years ago, the University would have to buy a copy of MS Office for each computer, which cost a lot. (ie: $300 per workstation on all campus computers) He said with the implement of the campus-wide network, they only had to purchace ONE copy of MS Office and install it on the main server, which would remotely launch them to all the workstations. The thing is, he said "instead of it costing thousands of dollars, it only cost $300 for every computer". Nothing was said about licensing, about how 1 $300 copy cannot be used for thousands of computers! I can't really believe this guy. I'm sure he's great at Excell and Access, but don't try to teach computers!