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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
Birds
Emu walking along street
Buckley's Hole - Bribie
Boy throwing Casting-net at sunset - Bribie Is
Three Pelicans swimming
Surf Life Saving Boat - Bribie
Corella
Sunset - Bribie Is
Photo: Don McEwen
Pumicestone Passage

CLUB NEWS

BISCC Discussion Group
Next meeting 1:00pm Tuesday 13 September 2016. - Bribie RSL, Anzac Room.
Please Note:   The "BISCC Discussion Group" has replaced The Wednesday Monthly meetings and the Internet & Email SIG meetings.
   The monthly Discussion Group meetings will be held on the second Tuesday of each Month in the RSL Anzac Room, starting at an earlier time of 1:00pm.
Digital Audio/Video SIG:
   For lessons contact David  david@biscc.com
Family History - Bribie RSL, Anzac Room.
   Beginners: Next Meeting: 1:00pm Tuesday 02 August 2016.
   Advanced: Next Meeting: 10:00am Thursday 11 August 2016.
Link to:   Workshops


GENERAL INFO

Windows 7 and 8.x Forced Cumulative Updates.

Microsoft will impose a change to the way it will offer updates to pre-Windows 10 computers. No more picking and choosing between individual patches for security and system reliability. These patches will be offered only in a single "Convenience Roll-up" update. A Roll-up is multiple patches rolled into a single update package. The move will have two primary objectives: It will reduce update fragmentation among the millions of Windows computers out there, and it will simplify the update management system for Microsoft.
Article by Daniel Banks  (Daves Computer Tips:  19 Aug16)
   Source Internet

Tech Term Confusion: "Memory" Means RAM, Not Storage.

Some people say they have "a smartphone with 64 GB of memory", but they don't. Those people might have smartphones with 64 GB of disk space, or storage, but that's different than memory. It's time to clear up this tech term misconception.
Article by Chris Hoffman  (How-To Geek:  22Aug16)
   Source Internet

New Revo Uninstaller Free Now Supports 64-bit Applications.

Revo Uninstaller has long been regarded as one of the best third party uninstallers available. However, the free version has always suffered from lack of support for removing 64-bit applications (which has previously only been available in the Pro version). Good news; this has all changed with the release of the latest Revo Uninstaller free edition (2.0.0) which comes with a new look interface and full support for removing 64-bit as well as 32-bit applications.
Article by Jim Hillier  (Daves Computer Tips:  12Aug16)
   Source Internet
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WORKSHOPS

Macintosh Users - Geoff's place

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

LINKS

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"

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