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Details of Monthly Meetings



PATACS - Arlington

Wednesday, September 4th, 7 PM

Meeting Location: Carlin Hall Community Center,
5711 S. 4th Street, Arlington, VA 22204
Zoom Session: https://zoom.us/j/894485185
Meeting ID: 894 485 185
Using Zoom

Windows 10 v. 1903
Window 10: Ver. 1903
What's New?

Presented by Roger Fujii

Roger will bring us up to speed on changes and features of the latest rollout of Windows 10.





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HAVE YOUR COMPUTER QUESTIONS ANSWERED!

The program planners for our First Wednesday PATACS meetings in Arlington are looking for topics that members would like to have explored or questions answered - this is your opportunity to have a say in subjects addressed at this meeting. This is a smaller meeting than the Fairfax meeting, and it allows for much more interaction between members than is possible in Fairfax. And – there's the post-meeting Pizza and Salad SIG, the post-meeting social at a nearby restaurant - another value-added feature of your membership! Please send your suggestions to our meeting program planners at arlmtgpgm@patacs.org.


OPCUG / PATACS Joint Meeting,
Saturday, Sep 21st, 1 PM  3rd Saturday

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute
Tallwood, TA1
4210 Roberts Road, Fairfax, VA 22032-1028

Fairfax Meeting Info, Maps
Agenda / Meeting Info

Sep 21st, 12:45 PM https://zoom.us/j/519103813 or
Zoom Meeting ID: 519 103 813
Using Zoom

TRS80 Model I
Computer History:
How Did We Get Here? Part 1
Presented by Lorrin Garson

The technology of our modern computers goes back to the early 19th century with most of the advancements occurring in our lifetime. You will learn how weaving, mathematics, the telephone and cryptology played important roles and how the basic laws of chemistry and physics apply. Contributors to the development of computers include mathematical geniuses and hippies, aristocrats and the poverty stricken, men and women, party animals and withdrawn neurotics. No one person or group invented the computer. Our computers are the creation of many interesting people and several disparate technologies.

Lorrin Garson had a long career in technical publishing of chemical information. His presentations to our computer groups are famous for their thorough research and clarity in explaining topics such as cryptography, encryption of personal data, cloud storage and the origins of personal computers.





Contact director2 (at) patacs.org
to arrange a presentation !!


Future Meeting Topics:

October 19th - Lorrin Garson: History of Computers, Part 2

November 16th - Latest Apple Devices and Ecosystem Update;
Learn in 30: John Krout - My Favorite Apps

December 14th - John Krout: OTG=On the Go: Adding USB Peripherals to Portable Devices;
PC Clinic


PC Troubleshooting

PATACS - Arlington,
Wednesday August 28th, 7 PM
Meeting Location: Carlin Hall Community Center,
5711 S. 4th Street, Arlington, VA 22204


Technology & PC Help Desk:
Extended Q&A
Troubleshooting

Arlington Meeting Info & Maps       
Computer Mechanic



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