General Meetings are held at 5:00 p.m. on the
second Tuesday of each month in the computer classroom at
the Almaden Community Center, 6445 Camden Avenue, San Jose,
California. The classroom is on the second floor. For a map,
click here, and for
directions to the classroom click here.
For a list of meeting speakers and topics for
the year, click the Meetings link in column on the left.
February General Meeting -- 2/10/2015
Subject: State-of-the-Art Technology
from the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show
Speaker: Troy Wolverton, Personal Technology
Columnist for the San Jose Mercury News
Troy will discuss some of the major new technologies
exhibited at the recent Consumer Electronics Show in Las
Vegas. For example:
- The Internet of things
- 3D Printing
- 4K Television
Don't miss this!
January General Meeting -- 1/13/2015
Subject: Computer Tuneup and Malware
Removal--How to Do It Yourself
Speaker: Alan Baker
Make your computer a lean machine by eliminating
unnecessary programs that consume memory, CPU, and disk
resources. Removing malware requires these same steps
plus a few more. You can do both yourself by attending
the presentation and following Alan's
Printer and Monitor Calibration File
Take a look at the new printer and monitor calibration
file contributed by Ed Mueller. Click the link in the column
on the left.
Sixty years of star parties with the San
Jose Astronomical Association
On September 19th the San Jose Mercury News printed an
article about the San Jose Astronomical Association. The
article highlighted some of the activities that our club
postmaster, Jim Van Nuland, is doing to bring the
Association's Outreach Program to the schools. Jim visits
schools in San Jose and neighboring cities and sets up
telescopes for night viewing activities. You can read the
article at http://goo.gl/BSCYyF.
Farewell Paper Newsletter
The PC Club newsletter, "Bits and PCs," is available to
club members on the club web site. The
newsletters are in PDF format, so you can use the free Adobe Reader to view/zoom/print pages
or the entire newsletter.
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PC Health Check
Due to the smaller size of our new
meeting room, we will no longer be able to provide a PC
Health Check at our meetings. However, information about
software that members can use to do their own PC health
check is at
| Your PC Club
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