11th August 2020

Tuning Up Your Windows 10 Start Menu

Tom Burt, Vice-President, Sun City Summerlin Computer Club Windows 10 was originally released in July 2015. It’s latest major update is V2004 – this article is […]
10th August 2020

Interesting Internet Finds

Steve Costello, Boca Raton Computer Society In the course of going through the more than 300 RSS feeds, I often run across things that I think […]
10th August 2020

Editorial August 2020

Hugh Macdonald Hello and welcome to the August 2020 edition of PC Update. Isolation and lockdown unfortunately continue for all of us in Melbourne, and so […]
10th August 2020

Monthly Meeting August 2020

The August 2020 Monthly Meeting was held online on Wednesday 5th August 2020, with over 100 members in attendance. This was the program for the evening: […]
10th August 2020

DOTW Highlights July 2020

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 […]
10th August 2020

In a world first, Australia plans to force Facebook and Google to pay for news (but ABC and SBS miss out)

Rob Nicholls, UNSW The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has released its draft news media bargaining code, announced today by Treasurer Josh Frydenberg. The draft code […]
10th August 2020

Australia’s cybersecurity strategy: cash for cyber-police and training but the cyber-devil is in the cyberdetail

Damien Manuel, Deakin University Australia’s long-awaited cybersecurity strategy, released yesterday, pledges to spend A$1.67 billion over the next ten years to improve online protection for businesses, […]
10th August 2020

Book Review

Tim McQueen Lurking – how a person became a user Joanne McNeil Farrer, Straus and Giroux 2020 298 Pages This may not be of interest to […]
10th August 2020

Yammer Highlights July 2020

Dennis Parsons Windows 10 Most of us have been down the sorry road of deleting a file only to realise later that we shouldn’t have and […]