APCUG Workshops in April

9 am  April 14 – Cutting the Cord
9 am  April 21 – Learning Linux #7
9 am  April 28 – Genealogy

Wed. 4/14/21 9am
Cutting the Cord
Registration – 
Registration closes at 11:30 pm (PT) on April 13.

Cutting the Cord – Watching TV (Legally) Without Cable with Rob Truman
Have you wanted to cut the cord? Pay less money each month for the programs you want to watch? Don’t know how to do? Afraid to take the leap?
Rob will help us discover our options when it comes to living without a cable bill each month. We will learn how to use our Internet connection for all our viewing needs, including cable, local, premium, music, and sports channels.Rob will be joined by Bill James and Sandee Ruth, talking about how they cut the cord and are enjoying it!

Rob Truman, Webmaster, Computer Booters – SouthEast (AZ) Valley Friends in Technology
Bill James, VP of Operations, Computer Club of Oklahoma City – Confused about computers? Perplexed about software programs? Baffled by email and the Internet? The ccOKC is here to help!
Sandee Ruth, President, Lorain County Computer Users Group – Come Learn With Us


Learning Linux Workshop #7
Registration – 
This is the same link as the Linux #6 workshop in March; if you registered for that one you
do not need to register again.
Registration closes at 11:30 pm (PT) on Tuesday, April 20.

Learning Linux – Customization
The topic for this workshop presentation is “Customizing the Linux Desktop.” One of the great features of Linux is how customizable the desktop environment can be. We will have four Linux users start with the default desktop look that comes with different distros and show us how they customize it to meet their likes, needs, and workflow.Murray Strome – Xfce
David Hatton – MATE
John Kennedy – Cinnamon
Orv Beach – KDE

Registration – 
Registration closes at 11:30 pm (PT) on April 27.

Have you wanted to know more about your relatives but don’t know to start or what to use? Sue, Orv, and Murray will talk about What is genealogical software? Why use it? and give us a demonstration on Family Tree Maker, Gramps, and RootsMagic.

Sue Mueller, Genealogy SIG Organizer, Computer Users of Erie – Family Tree Maker, Discover your family story
Orv Beach, Linux Guru who uses Gramps, an open-source genealogy research app
Murray Strome, Genealogy 101 SIG leader, Victoria Computer Club – RootsMagic, Software to reunite families

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