APCUG Wednesday Workshops for June 2023

JUNE 14, 2023
9 am PT, 10 am MT, 11 am CT, 12 pm ET


Working with Windows
JB Burke, President, Prescott Computer Society

Windows Security Secrets (Windows 10/11)
Bill James, VP, Computer Club of Oklahoma City

Register here – https://forms.gle/2Uc8zj5MWprqdDU7A
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After you click Submit, you will receive a pop-up acknowledgment (see below) of your registration; you will receive the encrypted Zoom link on June 13, after registration closes at 6 pm Pacific Time.

Working with Windows. Windows 10 and 11 are complex operating systems with many features and functions. Even if you've used Windows for a long time, there is still more to learn. So, do you want to learn how to improve your basic computer skills? How to make Windows run faster and smoother? Solve some PC problems all by yourself? Learn to use some useful computer keyboard shortcuts? Learn better ways to find and view files with Windows File Explorer? How to make Windows 11 look and work more like Windows 10? All this and much more in this easy-to-follow Working with Windows tutorial.

Windows Security Secrets (Windows 10/11). Microsoft Windows Security, formerly known as Windows Defender, offers various features that can be considered competitive against other antivirus software in the market. However, as with any product, Windows Security is not perfect and might not meet the needs of all users. For example, some users might require advanced features, like a secure VPN, or have specific needs related to enterprise-scale network security. Many third-party products may offer these features, which would need to be evaluated on a case-by-case basis. This presentation will walk you through the little-known features of Windows Security with a hands-on demonstration.

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