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.

The Broward County Library located at 1100 Coconut Creek provides computer classes at the library. Some recent examples of classes provided are titled

  1. Meet the Computer Windows 7 / 10
  2. Exploring the Internet
  3. Introduction to Microsoft Word
  4. Exploring Google
  5. Microsoft Windows 10
  6. iPad open house
  7. Digital Downloads – how to download library e-Media
  8. iPhone Essentials IOS 10

The Insider Report newspaper delivered to Wynmoor condos shows the courses coming up each month.

Or check out the course schedule at the Broward library at https://www.broward.org/Library/Education/Pages/default.aspx

Click on Computers and Programs. That computer site show the courses for all library locations, not just the Coconut Creek location.

On Line Courses

The library also provides free on line classes on computer topics. You need a library card to see them. http://libezproxy.broward.org/login?url=http://browardfl.universalclass.com/register.htm

Click on Computer Training. There are over 50 on line courses you can take. Here are some examples.

  1. Windows
  2. Excel
  3. Computer Basics
  4. How to eBay
  5. How to use an iPad
  6. PowerPoint

And many other more advanced courses.

This article was provided by Adele Berenstein

Here are the presentations by Ari Hochman, a guest speaker from the Wynmoor Camera Club, at the Feb 20 2019 Computer Club Meeting. There are two files.

  1. How to Transfer Pictures from your phone or tablet to your computer
  2. How to make Movies from your pictures and videos

These files were graciously provided by Ari Hochman.

On January 16, 2019, Justin Burandt from the Cybersecurity Center of the Americas delivered an informative presentation on Cybersecurity. A copy of the presentation is available at this link. 

Or click on the link below.

The Guardian has published an interesting article titled

What are the Best Keyboard Short Cuts for Windows‘.

Covered in the article are these major topics



Select, copy, cut, paste etc

Ribbon shortcuts

Window Key Tricks

Web keys

There is also a list of Windows Keyboard Shortcuts at this link


This article was suggested by Beverly Friend.


How to Buy a New Computer was presented at the Wynmoor Computer Club meeting on Wednesday March 21, 2018 by Rick Sweeney.

Here is the link to the presentation.

How to buy a new computer

This content for this blog post was graciously provided by Rick Sweeney.

Here are the handouts from the presentation  The 10 Best Computer Shortcuts presented on Feb 21, 2018 by Ed Berkowitz .

Computer club Presentation Feb 21 TO WCC

Create and renaming folders 2018

Shortcuts 02012018

This article was kindly contributed by Ed Berkowitz.

It is generally believed that the time has passed where one can upgrade to Windows 10 for free. 

However, while perusing the internet I found an article that seems to say otherwise. After reading the piece, I believe some of the suggestions given in the article may be acceptable for several users. If you think these proposals are viable for you, the article can be found at:


This article was kindly provided by Larry Cohen.

On Jan 17, 2018, Adele Berenstein presented the topic

How To Backup Your Computer.

Here is the link to the downloadable copy of the presentation.

How to Backup Your Computer

This Article was kindly provided by Adele Berenstein.

To get the latest scoop on the accuracy of films based on true stories see


Currently Reviewed

  • The Greatest Showman
  • I, Tonya
  • The Disaster Artist
  • Victoria and Abdul
  • Battle of the Sexes

And many more

This article was kindly provided by Bev Friend and the link by Larry Cohen at the Dec  20, 2017.