- September 11, 2019 Meeting Access and sync your files anywhere. Back up files from your computer, camera, or SD cards to the cloud.
- August 14, 2019 Meeting Our August 2019 meeting will feature a panel of three speakers with 20-30 minute presentations on topics of help for seniors with the new technology. A Q&A discussion will follow.
- July 10, 2019 Meeting Random Access
All members are invited to come and discuss problems and learn about new techniques.
- June 12, 2019 Meeting We have no outside speaker this month so all members are invited to come and discuss problems and new techniques.
- May 8, 2019 Meeting Our guest speaker will be Sue Kayton, The Computer Doctor. She will bring her usual wisdom and humor and answer your computer questions.
- April 10, 2019 Meeting Gene Barlow describes the four most popular backup approaches and their strengths and weaknesses.
- March 13, 2019 Meeting
Good Old Fashioned “Random Access”
We will have a good old fashioned open meeting for discussion of various topics and your questions. Some of the topics to be discussed include:
How to choose a new computer – from tablet to desktop
Net neutrality – California has the toughest law, but is it enough?
Backups – like New Year’s resolutions ...
- February 13, 2019 Meeting Andy Marken returns to SPAUG to review the highlights and the best new products of the 2019 CES.
- Happy SPAUG 2019 We are starting 2019 with a double header. The January 2019 SPAUG meeting will feature two lectures by Maurice Green:
- Phishing Attacks: How to Spot Them the number of phishing campaigns pursued by hackers around the world increased 65% in the last year.
- File or Path Name Too Long? Find out before you do your backup
Those of us who back up our devices sometimes get a message that some file couldn’t be backed up because its name — more likely its file path name — is too long. Lim Electronics‘ website offers a free, small, easy-to-use program called, appropriately enough, FindLongNames, that lets you check your Windows machine for ...
- It Never Stops! You would think that after some time people would catch on and the scammers would find a new way to entice us. But NO! It seems that what goes around, comes around. Here are two examples I recently received.
STAY ALERT! DON’T CLICK IF YOU DON’T KNOW
An email from Bank of America warning me that my account ...
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No December General Meeting Happy Holidays
No December General Meeting
- August 10, 2016 Meeting We will demonstrate the upgrade of one of the club's HP laptop computers with an SSD drive and Windows 10.
- Automatic Windows 10 Installations Microsoft's latest operating system will begin to automatically install on many home Windows 7 and 8.1 machines Read more...
- Digital Devices, Cyber Security, and Privacy With the burgeoning use of digital devices we feel connected. We can share pictures, send messages, download apps, FaceTime, hangout on google, and what not. Along with all the good stuff comes the dangers of cyber security and concerns over privacy. With a click we can download a malware that sends all our logins, and ...
- First Impressions of Windows 10 I started experimenting with Windows 10 from day one when it was released.
- Get Windows 10: Microsoft’s biggest software upgrade in history begins It's official: Beginning July 29, Microsoft will offer free Windows 10 upgrades to hundreds of millions of PCs.
- Israelis Develop the World’s Smallest Bible As part of its 50th anniversary celebration, the Israel Museum will display the “Nano Bible,” the world’s smallest bible