When Windows 3.0 was introduced I was responsible for training all of the users in our department on how to use a mouse. I told the managers that if they saw their people playing solitaire to not get upset the first few times they caught them doing it. It was good practice for learning how to use the mouse. I added that after a few times then they could consider their employees goofing off if they were caught. When Windows 3.0 was introduced back around 1990 no one had ever used a mouse and it took some people a while to become comfortable with using one. I also had ladies that could type 75 words a minute on a typewriter become terrified when first trying to use a computer. Their hands would literally shake when I would tell them to enter their user name and password. It was hilarious to me and terrifying to them. It didn’t take most of them long before they were typing out documents in WordPerfect faster than I could read them.