Tag: SaddleBrooke Computer Club

Fall Offerings

Leigh Beaty The instructors at the SaddleBrooke Computer Club have been busy converting many of their in-person classes to virtual training. Currently we are unable to hold classes in our computer training facility due to COVID social distancing requirements. So, in order to continue to offer instruction even through this pandemic, we have set up…

What’s new at the SaddleBrooke Computer Club?

Dennis Korger “Digital Estate Planning” is the topic for our next free presentation on Monday, Oct. 21 at 1 p.m. in the MountainView Ballroom. This event is open to all SaddleBrooke residents and their guests. In our paperless society, many of the records documenting an estate may be entirely digitized. While many people manage their finances,…

SaddleBrooke Computer Club

Computer class enrollment opens August 15 Dennis Korger Enrollment for SaddleBrooke Computer Club’s 2019 fall semester opens Aug. 15, and the class calendar is almost complete, though there may be some last-minute adjustments, corrections or late arrivals. All residents may attend our free public monthly presentations, every third Monday, which resume on Sept. 16 at…

SaddleBrooke Computer Club

Dennis Korger Our club incorporated for the sole purpose of teaching computer classes in 1998, a time when home computers were an unfamiliar, emerging technology. We started with eight Windows 98 computers purchased on a loan from the newly formed board of directors who were also the first teachers. Since that modest beginning, we have…

SaddleBrooke Computer Club

Dennis Korger When the thermometer hits 100 degrees almost every afternoon, beat the heat in our air-conditioned computer classroom! Still using Windows 7? You may want to learn about Windows 10 by signing up for “Meet Windows 10,” “Personalize Windows 10” or “What’s New in Windows 10.” “What’s new in Google Chrome” examines the world’s…

SaddleBrooke Computer Club

Updates from the Computer Club Our first project this summer has been upgrading our classroom PCs to the professional version of Windows 10. The forced upgrading process inherent in the home edition had proved to be disruptive and problematic. We are currently in the midst of our annual maintenance program for all classroom equipment and…

SaddleBrooke Computer Club

Dennis Korger “Cybersecurity: How People are Manipulated into Revealing Confidential Information” is the topic for our free presentation on Friday, April 19, at 1:00 p.m. in the MountainView Ballroom. Our speaker is Terry Stager, proprietor of Oracle Computer Solutions. Terry practiced as a clinical psychologist before changing careers and provides a unique perspective on the…

SaddleBrooke Computer Club

What’s new at the Computer Club? Dennis Korger New classes for 2019 include WordPress Gutenberg Update (free website creation software), Facetime for iPad and iPhone, VeraCrypt, LastPass, Facebook Security and more to come. See our website at saddlebrookecc.org for the most recent schedule additions and class descriptions. We expect that additional classes currently under development…