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Bribie Island Seniors' Computing Club

Sunset Bribie Is
Jetty - bribie Is
Rainbow - Bribie Is
Pelican Landing
Sunset - Bribie Is
Black Swan & Family - Buckley's Hole
Bribie, Volunteer Marine Rescue Boat
Emu walking along street
Buckley's Hole - Bribie
Boy throwing Casting-net at sunset - Bribie Is
Three Pelicans swimming
Surf Life Saving Boat - Bribie
Sunset - Bribie Is
Photo: Don McEwen
Pumicestone Passage


BISCC Discussion Group
Next meeting 1:00pm Tuesday 14 February 2017. - Bribie RSL, Anzac Room.
Digital Audio/Video SIG:
   For lessons contact David  david@biscc.com
Family History - Bribie RSL, Anzac Room.
   Beginners: Next Meeting: 1:00pm Tuesday 07 February 2017.
   Advanced: Next Meeting: 10:00am Thursday 09 February 2017.


Remove Adobe's Stealth Chrome Extension.

If you have Adobe Reader installed to read PDF files, and you use Chrome, you may find that you got a little something extra you didn't ask for in a recent update.
   The most recent update to Adobe Reader, as of this writing, automatically installs an extension to Chrome. Without asking. That's just wrong.
Article by Leo A. Notenboom   (Ask Leo! Newsletter:  18Jan17)
   Source Internet

Why Can't We All Just Get Along?

Today, I taught a class on Windows 10 at the local library and had some folks in attendance that decided my class would be their Forum for debate. One man asked, "How is Windows 10 better than Mac OS Leopard?"
Article by Sherri Meinke   (Daves Computer Tips:  12Jan17)
   Source Internet
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Macintosh Users - Geoff's place

For lessons contact Geoff  geoff@biscc.com or Phone: 3410 0076


Family History & Convict Name Databases (BIFHIG)
Searching for your ancestors?    Over 1200 names being researched by members.
100 Useful Websites - Computer Software, Seniors, Mac Stuff, Genealogy, Tutorials, Computer Help, Recreation, etc. (Including Archived Photos from previous BISCC competitions)
Is your USB Flash Drive having unsafe connections?
To check: Plug Flash Drive in to computer - Navigate to (My) Computer - Right click on Removable Drive - "Scan with AVG or your anti-virus software"