Every time I log into this site to ask a question, I often find myself Googling how to perform the solution recommended to me by the users on this site.
How do I 'learn 2 computer?' Like what would be a good starting resource for learning about how a computer operates?
I have been studying computer architecture, software engineering and personal computers on and off for 30+ years and it is a never ending process. And I often find myself "googling" to understand both the questions and the answers on this and other forums.
Buy and read books, search with google, youtube, brave, bing, duckduckgo, etc and watch and read guides & FAQs, frequently read various forums, ask questions ... this is the way to go.
You may want to enroll in a course or take some of the free online courses, for example mit courseware. It is not important if you get a diploma or paper, what is important that you lean what you want.
Creating your own projects also teaches you a lot of skills. It could be to build your own workstation or gamer pc. Write your own software. Create a Raspberry PI project, and so on.
Organize your bookmarks for easy reference.