Gathering Each Monday
Coldstream Clubhouse at 7 PM – Everyone Welcome
No matter which operating system your computers, tablets or feature phones are using. Or if you are thinking about getting involved or making a change this is the place for you. We do not have any prerequisites, just come, ask questions, bring your tech issues and enjoy. new
Continuing the presentation and discussion about the new Windows 10 operating system.
November 23, 2015 at 7:00 PM – Program at Phoenixville Public Library The holidays are coming, and that means it's prime photo-taking time. Learn how to use Google Photos on your computer or smartphone to keep all your photos safely backed up, organized, and easy to find. Google Photos has some clever tools for sharing photos as well. Free unlimited storage, automatic backup and fun editing effects make Google Photos one of the most useful tools for managing photos to share with friends. Registration Required (click here)
November 30, 2015 at 7:00 PM – Use Google Photo To Manage Your Digital Pictures – All your photos organized and easy to find. Photos on your computer or smart phone are backed up safely, organized and labeled automatically, so you can find them fast, and share them how you like. Google has built in some clever tools for sharing photos as well – drag to select a few shots, and with a couple clicks, you can create a web album to . Free unlimited storage, automatic backup and fun editing effects make Google Photos one of my favorite tools for managing photos to share with friends.
December 7, 2015 at 7:00 PM – The Gadget Gurus – Everyone welcome! We do not have any prerequisites, just come, ask questions about previous presentation session topics, or any other tech questions you might have. Bob and/or Glenn will be at the Clubhouse for one-on-one assistance with your computers, smart phones, cameras, tablets, etc. Bring your tech issues and enjoy.
December 14, 2015 at 7:00 PM – Introduction to Spreadsheets Spreadsheets have a number of uses in the organization and maintenance of information. They can be as simple as a means to track household expenses. While it is unlikely that most of our Senior Tech Group members will ever need 95 percent of the features of the spreadsheet programs that are available to us, that other five percent is very useful. The basic concept of spreadsheets is that information is placed into Cells, which each have a unique address. Think of the spreadsheet as a matrix of many boxes (the cells).
December 21, 2015 at 7:00 PM – The Gadget Gurus – Everyone welcome! We do not have any prerequisites, just come, ask questions about previous presentation session topics, or any other tech questions you might have. Bob and/or Glenn will be at the Clubhouse for one-on-one assistance with your computers, smart phones, cameras, tablets, etc. Bring your tech issues and enjoy.
The Senior Tech Group brings technology users together to share knowledge and experience. User groups represent the spirit of the frontier, a community getting together to Clinic – Everyone welcome! We do not have any prerequisites, just come, ask questions, bring your tech issues and enjoy. Glenn will be at the Library for one-on-one help and group discussion of computer use issues and to help with questions you have about any presentation session (programs) or any other tech questions you might have.do things that no individual ought to have to do alone. User groups are founded on the principle of “members helping members.” We are particularly interested in helping those who have limited or no experience with computers so they may participate in the rapid transition from traditional means of communications and commerce to the Internet. So please invite your "non-connected" neighbors to come along to a meeting or clinic and see how easily we can help them learn what they need to know. And please understand that, while a listed presentation topic may not be of particular interest, the discussion often branches into other topics of interest to those attending and that there is no meeting where you don't learn something new.
Notice for Visitors to the Web Site
As you will see, this is an open web site, with access granted for all Internet users. The Senior Tech Group uses this site as a resource for the three communities we support, i.e., Coldstream Crossing residents and the Phoenixville Library visitors in Pennsylvania and The Groves community in Fort Meyers, Florida. We provide direct support, including house calls, at appropriate times of the year for the Coldstream Crossing and Groves communities. All of the services we provide are pro bono.
We welcome visitors from outside our supported communities, to view the resources in the web site. While we attempt to maintain all the information and links the best we can, we disclaim responsibility for any use or mis-use of any information or links to other sites contained here within.
An Important Note: Along with much praise for the STG and what we do at our presentations, there are some of our attendees who say "their eyes get glazed over" at how quickly we move through the different screens and options. WE HEAR YOU! We have kicked this around and are committed to make no demonstration clicks or entries on the computer image on the TV screen without making sure everyone knows what are doing and how/why we are doing it.
Senior Tech Group Members (If you attended at least once, you are a member), please let us know what you would like us to cover in the future.
Previous Programs: Create Documents – Spreadsheets – Online –
We can help with:
- Digital camera and photo problems, what camera to buy
- Programing your cell phone
- Cable TV or Fios issues
- How to use that new GPS
- What computer, printer, backup drive… should you buy
- What is Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Buzz… how do you join in
- Help with your e-mail
- Installing software
- Securing my computer
- Speed up a sluggish computer
- Using software
- How to search the Internet
Gmail makes email easy and efficient. And maybe even fun.