Monthly Archives: April 2016

Greater Victoria Public Library Presentation May 24th

Here is the link to eResources A-Z that Kate and Melissa talked about today, May 24th.  You will notice that Yowza is a service still to be developed <grin>. Feedback from the audience: Please, name your branches by their location where possible, … Continue reading

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Retrieving files from a backup

Recently I used Macrium Reflect, free edition, to back-up a member’s whole computer before upgrading it to Windows 10 with a fresh install.  After a couple of weeks, the member could not find his photos on the new Windows.  So … Continue reading

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Top Ten Scams of 2016, presented at 2pm Tuesday April 26th

Each week we hear from members phoned by scammers trying to rip them off.  Instead, come out to April’s monthly presentation, and learn from BBB expert Rosalind Scott how to Protect Yourself from the Top Ten Scams, Frauds and Things to Watch For … Continue reading

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Virtual Technology Conference for PC and Chromebook!! Users

FREE 2016 Spring Virtual Technology Conference (VTC) Saturday, May 7 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm Eastern time Attend the FREE conference from the convenience of your own home! All you need is your computer, tablet, etc. and Internet access. The … Continue reading

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Windows 10 Features Class

Here are the slide contents from the Windows 10 Features Class given April 15th. Windows 10 is an Operating System for computers, tablets, Xbox game consoles and phones, all running Windows with a similar user interface. Phones and tablets, being touch … Continue reading

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Web Do’s and Don’ts, Security, and User tips

Notes from April 11th Seniors SIG Surfing the Web

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Email and What Nobody Tells You – Seniors SIG April 4th.

Rick Weatherhead prepared a very good introduction to different email viewers, including Browsing to,, and gmail, Using a desktop email client such as Windows Live Mail 2012. How does Web Mail and Client Email Really work? Email Etiquette Security … Continue reading

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