Welcome To The SPCUG
If this page looks different now it is because we are moving to making
our site more friendly for hand held devices. If there are glitches we
hope you will bear with us for a while.
The Shoalhaven PC Users Group is a group of PC enthusiasts who meet
regularly to review and discuss PC related issues. Our meetings are a
mixture of hardware and software demonstrations (we are always looking
for someone to demonstrate new technology) and problem solving. Any club
member or guest can pose a problem that we will endeavour to solve, and
of course there is a significant social aspect. Our aim is to promote
awareness and understanding of Computer technology, throughout the
community, with particular emphasis on novice PC users.
Meeting at Bomaderry
Bowling Club 15th January 2016
In January Lyall and Richard will dissolve some of
the mystery behind computer acronyms, |
file extensions, terminology;
What does URL mean, what is HDMI, What is
What is SMTP and so on.
We use acronyms all the time but how often do we stop
about what the letters stand for. Make yourself a list.
David Wastie will also show a 15 - 20 minute PowerPoint presentation
on how a blind man
manages computing. By the time January comes
around there may be more bits and pieces
for the program but I
regret we wont be able to reach the standard set at the Christmas
“Kiss” set the bar far too high.
As usual our Technical Guru Richard will be
to answer any questions about computing problems.
We meet on the third Sunday of the month at 12 Midday
This month we don't at this stage have
anything specifically planned but bring your laptop /tablet as we will
retire to the room upstairs as usual . If you need help with
anything there is sure to be someone available who has had some relevant
experience and who is only too willing to help.
Our membership year
runs from January.
Remember if you don't want to join but
would like to get the printed newsletter you can register for newsletter only
for the new year.
Use one or other of the following links.
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December 20, 2015
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