This Month at PTSLUG:
Basic Mac / iOS
Web Browsers (Part 1)
A look at three browsers: Safari, Firefox and Chrome. Discover how these browsers compare to one another and how to choose which one(s) you might want to use in different situations. The three areas to be covered by Bob Snow will be: (1) Learning the differences among Web browsers, (2) How to work work effectively with several websites at once (managing Tabs and Windows, and (3) How to find what you’re looking for on the Web quickly, easily and safely (searching the Web). Join us from 6:30 to 7 PM at the Tri-Area Community Center in Chimacum on Thursday, June 13th for this 30-minute presentation.
General Membership Meeting
The business of PTSLUG.
A Short History of Mac OS X/macOS
First released in 2001, Mac OS X was a new operating system for the Macintosh created to fix the problems that were crippling the classic Mac OS and bring the Mac into the modern era. The transition was not without its difficulties. In spite of this, the current macOS, 10.14 Mojave, is a powerful, stable and secure operating system that helps you use your Mac to its fullest. Join us for a brief look at the history of Mac OS X/macOS.
Tips and Tricks for Your iPhone or iPad
This topic of this month’s afternoon workshop is Tips and Tricks for Your iPhone or iPad. (Sorry Mac users, you will have to wait until next time.) Although you may use your iPhone or iPad everyday, you may not realize how powerful and feature-packed it really is. Your iOS device has many things up its sleeve that you may not know about. Hopefully these tips and tricks will help save you some time, help you organize things, deal with your photos, and show you how you can search for and find the things you have filed.
The PTSLUG June workshop will be presented by Gary Estes and Bob Snow. Note: This workshop is for iPhone and iPad users not for those who only have a Mac.
The free workshop will be on Friday, June 21st, from 2 to 4 PM at the Kala Point clubhouse. PTSLUG members with their dues current will have priority on signing up, but the event is open to all community members.
Please do not try to sign up based on this announcement. Wait for our email announcement, which will be sent to you later this month and will have the signup instructions and email address to respond to.