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Arlington & Fairfax Sessions -
Arlington Meetings in Person!
Fairfax In-Person Requirements
All Sessions Available via Zoom
Meeting Access Will Be Sent via Email


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Details of Monthly Meetings


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Arlington Email: arlmtgs(at)patacs.org      Fairfax Email: ffxmtg(at)patacs.org

Meeting in Person and Via Zoom
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OPCUG Members Welcome!
PATACS - Arlington
Wednesday, February 7th, 2024 7 PM

Please Come Early & Help with Meeting Setup!

Meeting Location: Carlin Hall Community Center,
5711 S. 4th Street, Arlington, VA 22204
Zoom Session: Details Sent via Email
Using Zoom




Tech Literacy
and
Reducing Cyber Risk

Presented by
Dhruv Talegaonkar

In this session you will learn about cyber security basics, security, how to prevent cyber threats, how to reduce cyber risk, and some updates on tech knowledge.

“I’m Dhruv Talegaonkar from India, a student at NOVA Alexandria campus, a part of the Community College Initiative Program sponsored by US Department of State. I'm majoring in cybersecurity and persuing a bachelor’s degree in Information Technology back home.”

Arlington Meeting Info & Maps       


HAVE YOUR COMPUTER QUESTIONS ANSWERED!

The program planners for our First Wednesday PATACS meetings in Arlington are looking for topics that members would like to have explored or questions answered - this is your opportunity to have a say in topics addressed at this meeting. This is a smaller meeting than the Fairfax meeting, and it allows for much more interaction between members than is possible in Fairfax. And there's the post-meeting Pizza and Salad SIG, the post-meeting social at a nearby restaurant - another value-added feature of your membership! Please send your suggestions to our meeting program planners at arlmtgpgm@patacs.org.


Not a Member? Want to Attend Our Zoom Sessions?
Arlington Email: arlmtgs(at)patacs.org      Fairfax Email: ffxmtg(at)patacs.org


OPCUG / PATACS Joint Meeting,
Saturday, Feb 17th, 2024 1 PM   3rd Saturday

February Fairfax Meeting -
Zoom Only, No In-Person Session

Physical Meeting Canceled -
due to Weather
Session via Zoom !!

Fairfax Meeting Info, Maps
Agenda / Meeting Info

In Person Requirements -
OLLI Health and Safety Protocols

Coffee, Soda and Individual Snack Packages will be available.


 

OneDrive Surprises
in Windows 11

Presented by
Dale Harrington
Mile High Computer Resource Organization,
Denver CO

Did you upgrade to Windows 11? Did you buy a new computer with Windows 11? Do you use OneDrive? No? Well, maybe you do. Depending on how you set up Windows 11, OneDrive may be “helping” you back up and even relocate certain folders.

Dale Harrington is the Program Chair and APCUG representative of MiCRO-PC. .



Learn in 30
Explaining Google Drive
on a Chromebook


Presented by Ron Brown
Tech for Seniors

In this video, we will explore the many benefits and features of using Google Drive on your Chromebook. You'll learn how to access Google Drive, how to create and share documents, and how to collaborate with others in real-time. Google Drive is a cloud-based storage solution that is seamlessly integrated with your Chromebook. It allows you to store your files securely and access them from anywhere, at any time. With Google Drive, you can create and edit documents, spreadsheets, presentations, and forms, all from within your Chromebook, other computers and devices. You can also share your files with others and collaborate on them in real-time, making it easy to work together on group projects or presentations. In addition, we'll cover some of the advanced features of Google Drive, such as how to work offline, how to use the mobile app, and how to use third-party apps to extend the functionality of Google Drive.

Ron Brown is a retired Canadian physician, who makes frequent presentations to APCUG computer groups on health and technical topics..


Upcoming Learn in 30 Sessions:
This Is Your Chance!
10 - 15 Minute Talks Welcome
Presented by YOU !!
Contact director2 (at) patacs.org to arrange a presentation !!



Future Meeting Topics:

Presentation Volunteers Needed! Contact director2 (at) patacs.org


March 16th: Gary Vaughan - WordPress for Blogging
Lin30: Bill Walsh - Total Solar Eclipse 2024

April 3rd: Dr. Robert Ehrlich - Climate Change Pragmatism


Not a Member? Want to Attend Our Zoom Sessions?
Arlington Email: arlmtgs(at)patacs.org      Fairfax Email: ffxmtg(at)patacs.org
PC Troubleshooting

Meeting In-Person & via Zoom - See Above Banner
OPCUG Members Welcome!

PATACS - Arlington,
4th Wednesday, February 28th, 7 PM
Zoom Details Will be Sent by Email

Meeting Location: Carlin Hall Community Center,
5711 S. 4th Street, Arlington, VA 22204


Technology & PC Help Desk:
Extended Q&A
Troubleshooting

Do all your electronics, gadgets, computers, phones, tablets, TV sets, networks, earbuds, and software apps/applications work perfectly? Do you never encounter glitches, freezes, failures? Are you always certain what brand and model product to buy? If so, we'd like to hear about your magic touch.

But if you're like the rest of us, none of that is true for you. And so PATACS' first Wednesday meetings may be just the resource you need for a happier technology life. Just as most PATACS meetings begin with a Q&A session, so does this meeting. But then the meeting continues for nothing but Q&A -- meaning that it's possible to have detailed and in-depth discussions, including real-time research and demonstrations.

Same as all PATACS meetings, these sessions are free and open to the public. So join in, share your questions, problems, and pain -- and perhaps receive answers, solutions, and relief.

Arlington Meeting Info & Maps       
Computer Mechanic



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