First of all, welcome to BC.
Just started after having some work done.
To what does this refer - the camera, the computer or yourself ?
The whole Powershot / Sureshot series are excellent and reliable pocket cameras which take excellent photos. We currently have three of them, of different vintages. And they all came with software and a connecting USB cable. I tried the software and promptly binned it. Transferring images using the software and the cable was a slow process and really drained the camera batteries.
As Greg says, the simplest - and quickest - way to transfer images from the camera card to a computer is to use a card reader connected to the computer. All you need then is to use Windows Explorer to move the files around. If you have a laptop, almost all modern laptops have an SD card reader built into them. Take the card out of the camera - do it with the bottom upwards or the batteries fallout - and push it into the SD slot either on a laptop or on a separate card reader which connects to a USB socket on virtually any computer.
If you don't have a card reader built into your computer, they are readily and widely available. I got mine for about £UK 6.00 in my local super market. The other advantage of using a card reader is that it eliminates any problems with the camera.