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1/3/2020 Geeks On Tour Creating Videos

Their presentation link– https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0WRug7Zjt1M Geeks on Tour website https://geeksontour.com/–where you’ll find all their free presentations Reviewed 3 ways of creating videos with pros and cons for each Google photos Microsoft photos Filmora When making a movie: Prepare all the pieces Edit photos (crop, brighten, etc.)) Select them and put them in a place–album in cloud or on computer Can make it with phone, pad or chrome book, but not computer Google Photos/Movies–very easy to use things Google Photos/movies can’t do Not longer than 5 mins No more 50 pictures No transitions Only one piece of music Can change music, order Video #499–adds music and makes video with music Microsoft photos–video #532 For things on computer or OneDrive Tell it to […]

12/20/2019 If you have Win 7

Here are the options that Eddie Goldberg discussed, as well as some other generally useful tips: If you want to upgrade your current computer or tablet to Win 10, Use www.Cpubenchmark.net  to see if your machine has enough power–need min score of 1500 to run barely Must have at least 4G of RAM available Need to update BIOS, drivers, video driver, sound driver Make sure to make a backup–Win 7 has a back up program Can use https://www.macrium.com/reflectfree free program; can copy your computer contents on to multiple devices Consider installing a Solid State Drive (SSD)–Computers Direct will copy everything off your old drive and put it on the new drive, which will run incredibly faster Can use a ‘classic […]

12/13/2019 Free emedia from Broward Library

Here’s the link to the library site: https://www.broward.org/Library/EMedia/Pages/default.aspx Sign up for any of these, FREE, with your library card.  Each service requires a separate signin and account. RbDigital for almost any magazine Hoopla for eBooks, eAudiobooks, movies, television, music and comics .   You can now download up to 6 songs each week for free using Freegal  Rosetta Stone for languages Want to learn something? Try hundreds of classes thru Universal Class  

12/6/2019 Augmented Reality

Check on the video of Bob Ansett’s presentation on Augmented Reality (AR) where he presented the following: the differences between AR and virtual reality the various companies involved in creating AR equipment, their capabilities and prices Examples of various things that can be done with AR including things like contact lenses that can measure glucose levels and much more ability to measure rooms, try out furniture, paint colors, etc. and how to access those apps Google Translate which can translate conversations, realtime, in almost any language and can be used (via your cell phone camera) to translate any written text, whether on paper, street signs, etc. Watch the videos here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ClBJavoeskg and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NYWZfboz1qY

11/22/2019 Holiday Party and Buying Ideas

Here are a few of the good ideas we chatted about for your Holiday buying:                 And here are some links for two factor authentication… Google 2fa for more listing of various sites, by topic, and how they handle two factor authentication– https://twofactorauth.org/ Wikipedia article explaining it all–https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Multi-factor_authentication



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Until further notice, the DBCC will meet via Zoom twice a month on Fridays except holidays from 10:00-11:30.

In September, classes will meet on Fridays September 2 and September 23. 

October is Cyber Security Awareness monthOn October 7, you won’t want to miss Bob Gostischa’s updated presentation of his popular “Cyber Security in The Digital Age” class.

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