20th May 2021

Backing Up

Dan Douglas, President, Space Coast PC Users Group Two types of files are required to be backed up. There are your personal files, normally stored in […]
20th May 2021

Want to become a space tourist? You finally can — if you have $250,000 and a will to sign your life away

Cassandra Steer, Australian National University Billionaire Jeff Bezos’s space launch company Blue Origin has announced it will sell its first flights into microgravity to the highest […]
15th June 2021

DOTW Winners May 2021

Roger Brown DOTW is a lighthearted look at some of the sillier events of the week. Don’t take it too seriously and do pop over to […]
15th June 2021

Yammer Highlights May 2021

Dennis Parsons In Memory of Judy Bednar We had a terrible shock when we heard that a long-time member, Judy Bednar, had been murdered in her […]
15th June 2021

Best Practice Backups for your Operating System

Hugh Macdonald Last month in PC Update we published an article by Dan Douglas on backing up in Windows. While this presented a method that would […]
18th June 2021

US lawmakers are taking a massive swipe at big tech. If it lands, the impact will be felt globally

Katharine Kemp, UNSW Five antitrust laws proposed in the United States aim to aggressively rein in the market power of “big tech” companies and change the […]
18th June 2021

How an app to decrypt criminal messages was born ‘over a few beers’ with the FBI

David Tuffley, Griffith University Australian and US law enforcement officials on Tuesday announced they’d sprung a trap three years in the making, catching major international crime […]
18th June 2021

Monthly Meeting June 2021

The June 2021 Monthly Meeting was held online on Wednesday 2nd June 2021, with almost 100 members in attendance via Zoom. This was the program for […]
18th June 2021

Editorial June 2021

Hugh Macdonald Welcome to the June 2021 edition of PC Update. As Melbourne has once again found itself in Covid lockdown, there is not a lot […]
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