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February 5th - Capabilities of the Digital Memory Lab -Digital Resilience, Part 3 - Giving Win7 the Edge

The San Diego City Library's Digital Memory Lab is an innovative conversion space to learn how to access, digitize and share videos,audio recordings and slides.  With eight stations in the downtown library and two in La Jolla that have the capability to digitize video tape, film, audio tapes and records, as well as photos, slides and negatives, it is a great resource.

It is always a good time to become more resilient to ever increasing digital threats.  In the third part of this presentation series, we will tell you how to practice best digital hygiene.

If you are still using Windows 7, we will discuss how you can at least now use Microsoft's most secure browser, Edge.

March 4th - TBD

We are starting to gather info and tips/tricks on the Windows OS and applications plus other how to fix articles.  To check out the info go to the Sites & Guides page and click on the Tips & Tricks or How To Fix buttons. The latest additions are:

  How to Use Roboform (Step by Step)

•  How to Fix: ScreenConnect Will Not Install 'Package Installation' Error

•  How to Fix: MEDIA_ERR_UNKNOWN Chrome, Firefox, Etc

 

February presentation Digital Memory Lab posted in Group Activities and log into Meeting Presentations.

 

Just a few of the new February library files - Debotnet will allow you to easily control Windows 10 privacy settings - Diffractor is designed to help you get your photo and videos organized - Dalenryder Password Generator combines several useful password tools into a single solution.
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