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Oct. 25 workshop considers Internet safety

MIDDLETOWN, Calif. – Lake County Websites & Computer Repair offers computer workshops for novices to intermediate users, and in October will look at  “Safety on the Internet.”

The workshop will be held Saturday, Oct. 25, from 2 to 4 p.m. at 15642 Armstrong St. in Middletown in the Jazzercise Center (two blocks behind the post office).

Admission is $15 per person.

The workshop features hands-on learning for beginning to intermediate computer users. Learn about free anti-virus programs, storing passwords, what is safe to click on and what to avoid, how to steer clear of viruses and scams and what to do if your computer or accounts have already been compromised.

The presenter, Mark Rudiger, is the owner of Lake County Websites & Computer Repair in Middletown and has more than 20 years of experience installing, trouble-shooting, and working with computers.

If you have a laptop, bring it along and connect to the high-speed Internet. If you don’t, you will still get all the same information as Rudiger’s laptop screen will be projected on a 120-inch screen so you can follow along.

To keep informed and receive information on future workshops, go to www.facebook.com/lakecountywebsites and “like” the page.

To register, email [email protected] or call Mark Rudiger at 707-987-1923 by Oct. 24.

Last Updated ( Monday, 29 September 2014 20:51 )

 

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