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Sydney Harbour

Hello and Welcome,

Meetings This Week:

Tuesday Group - Tuesday 19th Sep - 9:30 am - 12 noon

Any interesting member topics and other computer-related items can be discussed at this meeting.

We'd all like to hear any good/bad experiences with nbn installations that members have had.

There will also be time for Q&A discussion.

Family History - Tuesday 19th Sep - 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

My topic for September will be "Exploring the early History of Northwood, a Suburb in the Lane Cove Municipality from 1831-1870".

This will be interesting local history with many early families covered in the presentation.

Terry Eakin

Digital Photography - Friday 22nd Sep - 9:30 am - 12 noon

With the release of the iPhone X, there are bound to be new/improved camera-controlling apps available.

Come along and discuss these and see what other options are available.

There will also be the usual Q&A and other topics brought up by the members.

Roger Foulds

Meeting Next Week:

Main Meeting - Tuesday 26th Sep - 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm

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Tech Tips:

The jargon-free guide to computer and internet security

"The internet is truly a mind boggling thing. It is a global network of computers all hooked together sharing information. It has been marketed as a system whereby we visit web sites and log on to other systems in order to make it understandable.

The reality of how the internet works is fundamentally different than those terms lead us to believe. In the gaps between the notion and reality of how the internet works is where security and safety problems lie.

In this article we'll break out the most important aspects of internet safety into bite-sized chunks and offer some practical advice on each."

Read more on the Comparitech internet computer security guide.

For one security option, see Microsoft's Security Essentials package.

Jeff Grant

Out Now: CCleaner v5.34, to speed up your slow PC


It's commonly thought a slowing PC is due to its age, but this isn't necessarily true. Unless you have changed your PC's hardware, its potential isn't far off the day you bought it.

What is true, is that every time you use your computer it collects junk files, data and settings which clog it up and stop it from running at its best. We built CCleaner to safely delete the accumulated junk which is deteriorating your PC's performance.

CCleaner also frees up valuable space and makes sure your online browsing stays private by cleaning your history, cookies and more (the Professional version does this automatically)."

[ Ed: Many members use CCleaner, but we just thought we'd like to bring you the latest computer jargon from their advert. ]

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Bob Backstrom
~ Newsletter Editor ~

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