Updated on Saturday, June 27, 2015

 

Come on out to the next meeting!

You don't have to be a member! You can attend as many as 3 meetings as a guest and then decide if the Club is for you.

WHEN: October 2015. Keep checking this website for meeting dates and information on the 2015-2016 season.

WHERE: King Edward Park Community Centre, 75 Elizabeth St., Brighton

PROGRAM:
        * TBA
        * Computer Questions and Answers with the Tech Team. You may bring a written question, or raise a question at the next meeting in October. In the meantime, please raise questions on the Forum by clicking on the tab above.

MEMORY STICK: An updated memory stick, with new recommended programs, may be available in October. Trade-in your existing stick, or buy a new one.

BREAK & REFRESHMENTS: Please bring a cup if you would like coffee or tea during the break. There is no charge for refreshments.

Meetings Schedule: When it is available, the new 2015-2016 schedule will be published here.

 

Update on June 22, 2015

Speed up a slow computer! The last fix from the presentation "Speeding up a slow computer" given at the May 26 meeting has been posted in the Presentations tab. All 4 fixes are shown in one document.

 

We are...

A group of people who get a lot of use and fun from our computers and enjoy learning more about them. We have formed a club with the motto People Helping People. Together, we can help each other and learn a few new tricks!

We meet in Brighton, Ontario and run our meetings with maximum emphasis on education and learning - minimum time on administration. Usually, there is a presentation (by a member or an outside expert) on a topic of interest, followed by a friendly social break with refreshments. Finally the Questions and Answers section - when members ask for advice from our Technical Team.


Meeting at Brighton's community centre

The Club provides a great venue for learning about desktops, laptops, tablets and other mobile devices. We cover all types of software - with the emphasis on security and free!

We help members in other ways. A Forum on the website allows members to get answers to their questions. We evaluate and list good free software products on the website and on a memory stick which may be acquired for a small fee (once purchased, updates are free). We post helpful presentations on the website. Between meetings, our Technical Team monitors significant computer developments and keep the membership up-to-date by email.

You may attend a meeting as a guest, to see if the Club is for you, before deciding to join. Fees are low - only $10 for the entire season of 14 meetings from October 2014 thru May 2015.

We hope to see you soon!

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