On February 17, 2021, Guylandry Jean-Gilles from Microsoft presented Windows 10 Tips and Techniques on a Zoom Call to the Wynmoor Computer Club members.

Here is the video taken of his presentation.

Our speaker Guy Jean-Gilles is a recent graduate from Florida Atlantic University with a degree in Communications and Sociology.

This zoom video was kindly provided by Patrick O’Brien.

On Jan 20th and 27th, 2021, Torrence Mac and Associates provided a zoom workshop on using the basic functions of a Smartphone. This was a continuation of a program done last season.

The Session was sponsored by Humana.

The recording from the first session can be found at this link.

The session starts at about the 11th minute of the recording.

Unfortunately due to technical difficulties we were unable to record the second session.

The material for this session was provided by Patrick O’Brien.

On Wednesday Dec 16, 2020, Marc Saltzman, tech expert and author of 16 books presented The Near Future of Technology on a Zoom Call.

Marc Saltzman is a prolific tech expert with one simple goal: to break down geek speak into street speak. Marc is a freelance journalist for more than 20 publications (including USA TODAY,  AARP, Toronto Star, Costco Connection and Zoomer), a 16-time author, radio and podcast host, public speaker, and host of Tech Impact, which airs on Bloomberg Television and Fox Business in the U.S. (resuming in the Spring of 2021),   as well as the syndicated Tech It Out radio show and podcast.

As a technology expert and commentator, Marc has appeared on multiple TV stations around the world — including CNN, Headline News, NBC, CBS, FOX, Al Jazeera, CTV, Global TV, CP24.

Marc is the author of 16 books including Siri for Dummies and Apple Watch for Dummies

Marc specializes in consumer electronics, apps and games, automotive innovations, business tech, and future trends.

The Marc Saltzman video has been removed from the site at the request of Marc Saltzman.

This content was provided by Adele Berenstein

Attached are the presentation files from Torrence Mack’s presentation called Basic Functions of the Smartphone presented on Feb 19th, 2020 at a Computer Club Meeting. There are two files as the presentation was too big to upload as a single file.

The content for this article was graciously provided by Terrance Mack from TDM Technologies International.

Larry Cohen suggested 3 additional apps

  1.  From the American Red Cross it’s called “First Aid. It covers any emergency situation and how to deal with it. (Ex. Bleeding, Choking,Heart Attack, etc.)
  2. Sit or squat by Charmin – locates public rest rooms nearby.
  3. Run-Pee – suggest times in a movie where one can go to the restroom and not miss important parts of a film.

This content was graciously provided by Larry Cohen

On Jan 15th, 2020, Jerry Murphy presented Smart Phone Apps for iPhone and Android.

Here is the handout from that presentation.

This content was graciously provided by Jerry Murphy.

Larry Cohen researched ‘How to clear your printer spooler’ and has provided the following techniques.

  1. For advanced users, this technique will work with all printer types but requires advanced technical knowledge.
    1. Open the RUN Box by simultaneously pressing the windows key and ‘R’ key.
    2. Type  net stop spooler  and press OK
    3. Again open the RUN Box by simultaneously pressing the windows key and ‘R’ key.
    4. Type  net start spooler and press OK
    5. Here are .jpgs of how to do this.
  2. Use HP Print and Scan Doctor for HP Printers
    1. If you own a HP printer you could try their free program  “HP Print and Scan Doctor.” It came with Larry’s printer and on Larry’s computer it was found at—\C:\Program Files (x86)\HP\Diagnostics\PSDR\HPPSDr.exe

This article was graciously provided by Larry Cohen.

On Dec 18, 2019, Adele Berenstein presented How to Edit Pictures using the free app Photos that comes with Windows 10.

Here is the presentation used at the meeting:

This article was generously provided by Adele Berenstein.

Callers pretend to be the Taxpayer Advocate Service and are requesting personal information like Social Security Numbers & Individual Taxpayer Identification Numbers. Don’t fall for it!

The Dirty Dozen represents the worst of the worst tax scams

Compiled annually, the “Dirty Dozen” lists a variety of common scams that taxpayers may encounter anytime but many of these schemes peak during filing season as people prepare their returns or hire someone to help with their taxes. Don’t fall prey.

For a detailed description of each scam and other valuable information, please visit:
www.irs.gov/dirtydozen 
https://go.usa.gov/xEFWS 

This article was provided by Adele Berenstein

On March 20, 2019, Adele Berenstein presented Recognizing and Avoiding Scams, a presentation created by Ed Berkowitz.

Here is the Presentation

Here are the Notes

Here are the Notes about 2 Factor Authentication

This material was graciously provided by Ed Berkowitz.