Wednesday 7th March, 2007 7.30pm
PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE FOR WINDOWS PCS with Mike Boesen.
Mike Boesen gave a presentation about essential, desirable and optional preventative maintenance that he regards as being needed to keep a Windows PC in a healthy condition. The presentation was geared to the needs of PC users of all levels, ranging from beginners to technically advanced. The coverage was broad, including basic hardware maintenance, preventing and detecting intrusion of malware, maintaining Windows system files and applications in good condition, preventing and fixing unauthorised modification of startup applications and implementation of a backup and recovery strategy. While the focus was on non-networked, stand-alone desktop PCs with an XP operating system, the content was also relevant to networked PCs, those with other Windows operating systems, and laptops.
The content of the presentation on Preventative Maintenance for Windows PCs that Mike Boesen gave at the PCUG Main Monthly Meeting on 7 March 2006 is now available through this article:
This meeting was arranged to as a trial by the PCUG Main Monthly Meeting sub-committee, and other PCUG members, with appreciation. Feedback is welcomed from attendees.
Please contact the secretaryATpcug.org.au who will liase any feedback with the MMM sub-committee. Please check the PCUG Calendar for scheduling of future meetings.
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