Sydney PC User Group Incorporated
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Meetings During the Week 6 July - 11 July 2015
School of Arts
280 Pitt Street, Sydney
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Details of next week's meetings are below.
Friday 10 July - Friday Forum - 9:30am - 12:30pm
At this meeting Roger Foulds will discuss the relative merits of using a PC or an Apple computer.
There was a time when our members used nothing other than PCs but that time has passed. Apple computers are now frequently mentioned at meetings and Apple laptops, iPads and iPhones are often seen in the hands of our members.
Roger is well-placed to discuss this topic as both PCs and Apple computers are used in his household.
There will be time at the meeting for the usual question and answer session.
Friday 10 July - Communications - J Lucke - 12:30pm - 3:30pm
How to Improve Your Search Results
In this modern world we are constantly seeking more information, answers and news on an ever increasing array of topics and interests.
Fortunately the Internet can provide numerous solutions to many of our requests. However, with so much information available, the difficulty is finding the most appropriate solutions.
At this meeting, John Lucke will discuss some of the methods and tips to improve your favourite search engine results and also how to find some important information that search engines like Google cannot find.
There will also be time for a general discussion and a question and answer session at the meeting.
Information for Members and Visitors:
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