PC Update - March 2021

Contents include:
  • Those Nasty Pop Up Ads - Jim Cerny
  • Why Linux ? - Jim Quinn
  • Security flaws in Microsoft email software raise questions over Australia’s cybersecurity approach - Carsten Rudolph
  • New evidence shows half of Australians have ditched social media at some point, but millennials lag behind - Roger Patulny

and all the regular items

 

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PC Update - February 2021

Contents include …
  • Your Committee For 2021.
  • UEFI Configuration for Booting Live Media - Dick Maybach
  • Use keyboard commands to create screenshots in Win10 - John Stampfel
  • If Google does pull its search engine out of Australia there are alternatives - Gianluca Demartini
  • AI can now learn to manipulate human behaviour - Jon Whittle

and all the regular items

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To download any of the available PC Update issues from the main PC Update collection, you will first need to log in with your MelbPC Office 365 credentials.

Once you have successfully logged in, navigate to the Quick Links for Members on the Home Page, and click or tap on the link to All PC Update Issues to display the PC Update Current Issues & Archives download page. From there you can download any of the available issues.


PC Update is the Melbourne PC User Group magazine/newsletter.

The first issue of PC Update appeared in March 1984 under the title MELB-PC. The name was changed to PC Update in September of the same year and has remained unchanged ever since. The magazine has won a number of International Awards.

PC Update has been published in various formats, firstly as a printed newsletter, then a printed magazine, then an e-magazine, and currently as a e-newsletter.