Speaking of technology, the invention and prevalence of computers have been so far the most intriguing. Computers take over the simple tasks of mails and writing and replaced the man in areas of communication, documentation, bookkeeping, and much more. From children to adults, farmers to gynecologists, and elite to middle-class, most people have access to computers in one setting or another. They utilize its efficiency as much as they can (Fogg, 2003). However, in many locations, the older adults, especially in countries like the USA, where nuclear family systems are most popular, and the elders live separately. it is common for these aged people to lag and lose touch with society and fall into isolation. Thus, to bring the older adults on a par with other age groups and to save them from falling into depression and isolation, teaching them how to use computers is a critical way to go.