At the January 14th meeting we will continue covering Mac OS Basics and troubleshooting techniques including backing up the hard drive using Time Machine and cloning the hard drive using Super Duper. – Dick H and Wil N.
Wil Nelson’s report is available as the top comment on the dBug Cafe’ page. Set your calendar for the next Cafe’ January 14th. – Dick H
After several successful dBug Cafe’ meetings at the Row House Cafe’ we’ve decided to make it our “default” meeting location and 9:30 – 11:30 AM the usual time.
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See the new comment under the Mentors page for how our member Wil helped out a Mac user in Wenatchee. -Dick H
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