||2015 - 2016
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to the lack of bulletins published during DECEMBER AND JANUARY I
am trying to publish extra articles of interest at this time.
FEBRUARY 5 Due to the lack of bulletins published during DECEMBER AND JANUARY I am tryng to publish extra articles of interest at this time.
FEBRUARY 12 Device Transparency By Eric Moore, President, Computer Users’ Group of Greeley, CO.
Windows 10: 3 by 3 By Cary Quinn, President, P*PCompAS (Pikes Peak Application Computer Society), Colorado.
Find your Tech Support Match By Nancy DeMarte, 1st Vice President, Sarasota Technology User Group, FL
FEBRUARY 19 Open Source Lab - Keeping Up with Open Source. By Cal Esneault, former President of CCCC.
7 Everyday Technology Skills Every Boomer (and up) Should Have
By Pam Holland, President and Instructor, TechMoxie
FEBRUARY 26 A Bit of This - A Bit of That By Greg Skalka, President, Under the Hood Computer User Group, CA www.uchug.org president (at) uchug.org
MARCH 5 Apple COREner By Gary Roerig, Front
Range PC Users Group.
4 Turning Your Computer Off or On and Power Options
JANUARY 11 Windows 8.1 Downloading.
My Favorite Android Apps.
JANUARY 18 Federal Agencies Post Security Warnings and Recommendations for Mobile Phones.
Music and Video files: Modify them to your needs.
JANUARY 25 Computing in the Cloud: MS One Drive.
Uninterpretable Power Supplies.
FEBRUARY 1 Computing in the Cloud: Securing and Sharing in MS OneDrive,
Windows 8.1 Advanced Tools
On Line Computer Lessons Offered by APCUG
FEBRUARY 8 Back to Basics, Tips for Using Your Keyboard
Microsoft to release Windows 10 - FREE to many users.
FEBRUARY 15 It Takes a Village (of Devices to meet my Computer needs.
Amazon Prime Streaming Media takes on Netflix.
FEBRUARY 22 Music and Video Files: Modify them to your needs.
March 1 10 Tips for Online Shopping Safety.
Back to Basic, Finding Programs on Your Computer
March 8 Microsoft 10 by Dan Douglas,
What Exactly is Linux by Stuart Jones
March 15 Windows 8/8.1 Corner, Are You Safe from Cyber Attack?
APRIL A good Computer for $200. Tablets for Mobile Computing.
MAY Nibblers, A list of interesting web sites;
Back to Basics, Travel With Technology
JUNE What are Websites doing With Your personal Information,
Tech Support Scam - Received your Tech Support Calls lately?
JULY The Best Virus Protection ...ever - Newly Detected Security Bug Threatens Secure Web Connections.
AUGUST Freeware / Open source SIG by Steve Costello.
Windows 10 for PCs and Tablets by Ira Wilsker.
SEPTEMBER Where to get Instructions for your new Device by Sandy Berger.
Turning off your Computer, I-Pad ans I-Phone.
OCTOBER Drive for Change - Installing a Laptop Hybrid Drive.
7 Short Tips for Word Users.
NOVEMBER New Project Fi Wireless Phone Service Available from Google by Ira Wilsker.
10 Ways to Protect Yourself from Identity Theft by Bob Rankin.
NOVEMBER 29 Secure Your Online Accounts With Two Factor Authentication (FREE) by Ira Wilsker,
Cloud Computing - An Ephemeral Concept By Phil Sorrentino.
DECEMBER 6 Edge – Microsoft’s New Web Browser By Sandy Berger,
Back to Basics - Fun With Spreadsheets by Jim Cerny, Keep Ypur PC Clean by Merle Nicholson
DECEMBER 13 Holiday Shopping Season Opens with New Malware Targeting Credit Cards, and Android Tablets factory Infected with Malware By Ira Wilsker, Password Generation Hint By Jerry Goldstein,
Back To Basics, Saving a File By Jim Cerny.
DECEMBER 20 Phone Service without Paying byTom Kuklinski.
Microsoft Upgrading Windows 10
May "Automatically" Upgrade Windows 7 and 8.1 to Windows 10 By Ira Wilsker
DECEMBER 27 Message from Bill, To SSD or not to SSD by Phil Sorrentino.
JANUARY 3 New Charging and Data Transfer USB-C Cables by Ira Wilsker.
I Have a Website—Now What? By Joe Asling.
JANUARY 10 First Experiences with Google's
Project Fi Cell Phone Service By Ira Wilsker.
Apple News, Printing Stuff By Bill Crowe.
JANUARY 17 The "Internet of Things" by Ira Wilsker.
Downloading Vs. Streaming – What’s the Difference? By Phil Sorrentino
JANUARY 24 Cutting the Cable? Alternatives to Cable and Satellite TV by Ira Wilsker.
Digital Photography Tips & Tricks By Spike Smith
JANUARY 31 On line lessons by APCUG,
Acronis True Immage Cloud, a Major Advantage by Bart Koslow,
Insert and Sign...No need to Swipe - EMV Credit Cards.
FEBRUARY 7 On line lessons by APCUG .
Backups are needed for all devices.
FEBRUARY 14 On line lessons by APCUG,
Apple and Amazon Best Streaming Device,
AUD Mini6 Party, Copyright nfringements
FEBRUARY 21 More Sources of Free and Deeply Discounted Software and Apps by Ira Wilsker
FEBRUARY 28 What are Websites doing with Your Personal Information By Ira Wilsker.
Choosing The Right Computer By Melanie Birnbon.
MARCH 6 Snipping Tool By Nancy DeMarteh.
The Dark Net: Inside the Digital Underworld By Jamie Bartlett.
MARCH 13 Look in the sky! It's a bird, it's a plane...it's a Drone! By Mike Hancock.
My Chrome away from home By Greg Skalka.
APRIL The Year in Perspective By Andrew Cummins.
Ooma Telo, What is it, How it works, My Experiences with it.
MAY On line lessons, Free 2016 Spring Virtual Technology Conference May 7.
Wi-Fi Security - John Adams
JUNE Continuous Ink Supply Systems By David Kazmer,
Looking Back to See Forward By Greg Skalka,
Building or Buying a Computer in 2016 By Bart Koslow.
JULY Streaming Media By Len Nasman, Editor, Bristol Village Computer Club
Recording Your TV Shows - How-to Options By Phil Sorrentino, The Computer Club, Florida.
AUGUST Back toBasics - Taking Photos with YOUR iPad (and iPhone) By Jim Cerny.
Stepping up your Internet Privacy and Security by Mike Hancock.
SEPTEMBER Interactive Tracking Web Site, World Wide Ocean Ships By Doug Palmer.
Nibblers Compiled By Jeannine Sloan
OCTOBER The webmaster - To Be or Noy To Be by Harold Buechly,
Using Bluetooth on your Smartphone and Tablet By Julie Maheffay,
Using Foreign Characters in Passwords By Martin Arbagi.
NOVEMBER The Fall 2016 Virtual Technology Conference (On line computer lessons) Presented by APCUG.
Changing to another Email Service by Jim Cerny.
Communications - Voice and Digital - All in one package by Pill Sorrentino.
NOVEMBER 13 The Winter weekly meetings startup is this week. Bill reports this will be a special meeting to plan the programs and activities of the club.
Harold suggests that we do a better job in sharing our experiences so we can learn from one another. He also wonders if the members get enough out of the bulletins and if it and the web site should continue..
Computer Attacks by Dick Mayback of the Brookdale Computer user Group.
NOVEMBER 27 The PDF File Type - What and Why? By Phil Sorrentino. Bock to Basics, Your Internet Connection.
DECEMBER 4 Special guest speaker , Our own Linda Stainer Has a presentation on Apple I-Pad / I-Phone to be continued December 14, January 11 and 18th.
Back to Basics - Apple TV for more TV Viewing Options.
UPS is changing as technology advances.
7 Apple - Google Tip Corner
JANUARY 14 Free TV and Movies,
Windows 8 - A first look
JANUARY 21 Free subscription to high quality newsletters,
JANUARY 28 Learn to use PAINT,
Free E-Books and Online classes
FEBRUARY 3 Applications accessed my personal info online. Review last week
FEBRUARY 11 Are We Really Under Cyber Attack, Snipping Tool
FEBRUARY 17 More on Libre Office
FEBRUARY 24 Elmer Mateychuck Presentation & HDTV
What to buy, by Sandy Berger
MARCH 3 Windows Q & A by Mary Phillips,
Backup & Restore W7 by Phil Sorrentino
MARCH 10 Back to Basics, USB port,
First step in Windows 8
MARCH 17 Back Again, Phone Scammers
MARCH 24 Interesting Sites to Visit on the Internet
APRIL Tablets Review, The Tipp Corner PDF
MAY New Technology Replaces Old,
If You Agree, Check The Square Bix,
Who's Driving This Bus PDF
JUNE What has your computer been doing?
Free utility shows all. PDF
JULY Multiple Uses for your Webcam - Both the Good and the Bad. PDF
AUGUST Freeware, Internet Alerts Can Keep You Informed,
What Are File Types PDF
SEPTEMBER Free System Maintenance utilities,
Windows 8 PDF
OCTOBER Free and Deeply Discounted software and Web Sites of Interest.
NOVEMBER 3 Online learing by APCUG,
Computer Entertainment By Jim Cerny
NOVEMBER 10 Free Fax Service,
NOVEMBER 17 CD-R and DVD+–R Longevity: How Long Will They Last?
Some Thoughts on Windows 8 PDF
NOVEMBER 24 How to Write, Publish and Promote Your Book,
Apps for Windows 8. PDF
DECEMBER 1 Phishing, the #1 web threat,
Preserving Memories. PDF
DECEMBER 8 How to find a loss document,
Network Debugging PDF
DECEMBER 15 Alternative Landline Telephone Service Part 1 PDF
DECEMBER 22 Alternative Landline Telephone Service Part 2,
Windows 8, New App Control
DECEMBER 29 The Tip Corner, Interesting Internet Finds.
JANUARY 5 I/O, I/O, It's off to work we go,
Microsoft Ending Support for Windows XP and Office 2003.
JANUARY 12 Fun With Your Scanner,
Free Microsoft Fix Ir Solution Center.
JANUARY 19 Using a Publishing Program or a Word Processor.
JANUARY 26 Speed up Windows Boot by Stopping Unnessary Programs.
FEBRUARY 2 Small Appliances, New Target for Hackers.
FEBRUARY 9 Windows 7 Libraries
FEBRUARY 16 Keeping your friend
FEBRUARY 23 Large Selection of Free Backup Utilities
MARCH 2 Clouded Jugement, Cloud Stoeage
MARCH 9 Backup and Disk Cloning
MARCH 16 Windows 8.1, iSO7 and Other Updates
MARCH 23 Chromecast –Watch On-line entertainment on your big screen TV
MARCH 23 Chromecast –Watch On-line entertainment on your big screen TV
APRIL Live CD - Rom
MAY Heartbleed Vulnerability, APCUG on line meeting, Apcug quarterly report.
JUNE Portable Digital Storage, What is a Captcha, Online guidt to Fix Almost Anything
JULY 2TB Cloud Storage, Cloud Computing.
AUGUST Better way to Store Your Files, Ted
SEPTEMBER Backup, Computer Problems
OCTOBER New 2015 Security Releases.
NOVEMBER Androids and Cellphone Map Software, Google Voice.
NOVEMBER 30 Merging Photos, Hidden tabs in Microsoft Office
DECEMBER 7 How Safe Are WiFi Hotspots, Free Speech on the Internet, and More
DECEMBER 14 How to Recover a "Crashed " System, Windows 7 and 8 -
Back to Basics, Many Ways to Get Help
DECEMBER 21 Google Chromecast -Inexpensive Competitor to Cable and Satellite, Easy Basic Backups.