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Tell me please which word I have to use in the following context.

I know how to use the computer,andI guess everyone/anyone knows how to use it nowadays.

I cannot see any difference in the meaning of the sentence if use any pronoun. Is there any?

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"Everyone" means most people or many people, but if you use "anyone", it means even people who aren't smart know how to use it. "Everyone" is neutral, "anyone" is not.

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