Upcoming Meetings start at 7 PM at Wesley Palms Activity Room January 8th - Note: Because our normal general meeting day on the first Wednesday of the month is January 1st, New Years Day, we will hold the general meeting a week later on January 8th. The meeting presentation is: . Thunderbird - New and Used Digital Resilience, Part 2
Mozilla Thunderbird is a free, open-source and cross-platform email client. If you have never used it before, we'll show how easy it is to set up in a new installation. If you have, and got a new computer over the holidays, we will show how to migrate to a new PC and how to set up for multiple email accounts.
In the new year, we should all resolve to be more resilient in the face of ever-increasing digital threats. In the second part of this presentation series, we will discuss how to prioritize your data to help protect what is most important, and the actions you can take.
Pictures from the 2019 Holiday Cheer party are posted on the Group Activities page.
We are starting to gather info and tips/tricks on the Windows OS and applications plus other how to fix articles. To check out the info go to the Sites & Guides page and click on the Tips & Tricks or How To Fix buttons. The latest additions toare: • How to Fix: Move System Partition to C • How to Fix: Recycle Bin Won't Empty (Won't Delete Files) • How to Fix: Windows 10 Black Screen Before Login
Just a few of the new January library files - BATExpert gives you a crystal-clear vision of your laptop battery health status - IDPhotoStudio is a free and user-friendly photo editor that allows duplication and printing of ID photos - PortExpert provides you with a detailed view of your PCs cybersecurity.
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