For those of you wondering, it is okay to upgrade to Catalina. I suggest you review this (https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201475) first, however. Additionally, make sure you have at least 20 Gb of space available. You don’t need quite that much, but better safe than sorry.
Most likely the program Oct. 28 will be on Catalina—providing I can learn all the new stuff.
TVCUC First Level Support – Go to https://www.tvcuc.org/first-level-support/ and call the number listed or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Dave Crowden is the Apple/Mac FLS representative.
Ken Ray – Ken has retired from FLS. He did a wonderful service for all of you for many years, but he needs a rest! Ken still shows up for the FLS meetings on the 4th Tuesday of the month @ 3:15, but please try to not call him.
Karen Brown – Karen is available at the FLS meeting on the 4th Tuesday, but otherwise she is not part of FLS. Karen is available to help, but charges $30/hour. She cannot help with hardware problems, but can for software issues for either Macs or iPads/iPhones. She does not charge if she can resolve a problem quickly over the phone.
Bill Markle – Bill is new to the Village, with a wealth of experience in troubleshooting and repairing Macs & PCs. His fee is $50/hour. You can reach him at (865) 230-8723 or email@example.com.AppleCare – (800) 275-2273 (you should all have this number in your Contacts list!)
Preps Mac Users for 64-Bit Catalina App-acolypse
As you’ve probably heard, Apple is finally eliminating support for 32-bit Mac Applications this fall. Want to learn more?