Resources & Links
We believe tech help should be available to everyone, so, we produce and gather together free resources for you right here!
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This year, we transitioned to using 1Password for our company, and we couldn’t be more pleased. This password manager is user friendly, affordable, and packed with features. Check it out here:
Computer Cloud Backup
After hearing the praises of Backblaze from clients and Tech Tutors, we now wholeheartedly endorse their service. This is a great option for people who want a full, incremental backup of their computer without having to plug in an external drive.
Malwarebytes is our favorite device protection program. They have a free version that we use on almost all our clients’ systems, and their paid version is affordable and simple to use. Click to visit their page directly to learn more and take advantage of some exclusive promo pricing!
Check out some of our most popular tech tips on our YouTube channel called, “Tech Tips for the Technically Clueless.
If you’ve come looking for the free class formerly known as “Tech Support Tuesday,” you’re in the right place!
These classes are meant for non-techies and beginners, so come as you are and bring all your tech questions! We will also teach on tech topics that are relevant to home users.
Join our companion group to our quarterly Zoom classes, and get tech tips between sessions!
We also post stuff to make you smile — after all, life isn’t all about technology. Nor should it be!
Come join us. 🙂
Top 10 Tips for Mac & iPhone
Some of our very best tips for our beginning and intermediate Mac / iPhone users. Content includes: Quick Search, App Switcher, Control Center, Siri and more.
Top 10 Tips for Win 10
Some of our very best tips for our beginning Windows 10 users. Content includes: Taskbar, Pinning Apps, Downloads, Snip & Sketch, Window Snapping and more.
Click the purple buttons to visit their website.
Apple Support: If you are looking for the most reliable, up-to-date, simple instructions to help you with your Apple devices, look no further than the Apple Support Site. It’s simply the best.
Kitsap Computing Seniors (KCS): Computer user groups are a fantastic way to help one another. They have wonderful opportunities to learn, volunteer, teach, and even donate your old PC. They host drop-in free tech classes at the Library and Goodwill (subject to Covid restrictions, check their website).
Kitsap Mac Users Group (KMUG): Another great group (that splintered off KCS years ago, just for Mac users) is KMUG. I have presented to this group, and they are a wonderful, friendly, tight-knit group of folks who are passionate about Apple devices and helping one another.
Kitsap Regional Library – Free Drop-in Tech Help: Drop in to get help with basic computer skills, mobile devices or downloading library materials with library staff and volunteers. Help available most Fridays from 1:30 p.m. to 3 p.m. See website for more details.