Join Mike Halsey, author of Troubleshooting Windows 7 Inside Out, in this four-part webcast series on Troubleshooting Windows 7. On the first Thursday of each month, Mike will guide us through a new aspect of Windows troubleshooting. You'll learn how to take control of essential Windows 7 maintenance and security features and master quick fixes to the most common Windows problems. Bring your questions, too. Mike will allow plenty of time for Q&A.
Securing Your Files and Data in Windows Thursday, Aug 4, 2011 at 10:00AM PT The most important part of your PC is your files and data, but how can you safeguard them against sudden disaster, and how can you recover them should things go wrong? In this webcast, Mike will talk you though how to keep your files and data safe from even the worst disaster.
Securing Windows 7 and Internet Explorer Thursday, Sep 1, 2011 at 10:00AM PT The more time you spend online, the more vulnerable you can be to malware and scammers. In this webcast, Mike will describe what to look for to keep yourself safe, and how you can configure Windows and Internet Explorer to keep yourself, your family, small business and your personal data safe from prying eyes and online thieves.
Troubleshooting Windows Update and Service Pack Problems Thursday, Oct 6, 2011 at 10:00AM PT Among the most common problems with Windows are issues around the installation and maintenance of Windows Updates and Service Packs. In this webcast Mike will talk you through how to repair common problems and diagnose and repair more complex issues that can bring your computer to a standstill.
Troubleshooting Networking Issues in Windows 7 Thursday, Nov 3, 2011 at 10:00AM PT Everybody has had issues with networking at some point and with the Introduction of new features including Homegroup, networking in Windows 7 is more complex than ever before. In this webcast Mike will discuss how you can diagnose and repair networking problems on your PC.
Mike Halsey is a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) for "Windows Expert - Consumer" and an editor for technology websites, Windows7News.com, Windows8News.com and gHacks.net. He also provides technical support on his own website, TheLongClimb.com. You can keep up to date with all of Mike's events, articles and get access to exclusive giveaways on Facebook. He has worked for many years in second and third-line IT support, and is a technical beta-tester for Microsoft. Mike also works as a teacher of English, maths and ICT, helping those without qualifications and the long-term unemployed gain what is for some, their first ever qualifications. Mike is the author of Troubleshooting Windows 7 Inside Out and the free 170 page The Windows 7 Power Users Guide, he lives in Sheffield (Yorkshire) UK with his rescue border collie, Jed.