If the heat wave is leaving you a little hot under the collar why not turn to tech to help keep you cool?
This presentation was given by Martin Bailey on 25th May 2016 and covers an overview of the sub-£30 Raspberry Pi computer.
My BBC Micro PSU went pop and billowed a load of acrid white smoke, yet was still working. It was a known issue - blown capacitor. Fortunately there are kits on ebay for around £4 with the three capacitors that often fail.
Written by Martin Bailey
People are often asking me advice on various things to do with technology, and over the years I’ve collected a number of tools to solve particular problems. So for this presentation I thought I’d put together my top twenty of everything. Well, everything IT related anyway. Some are free, some are paid-for, and some are more gadget than software - but all are my weapons of choice to get specific jobs done.
We hear the term Operating System, or OS regularly - whether it is for a laptop running Windows or a smartphone, but what is an Operating System and why is it important?
Meetings are held on the second Wednesday of every month.
Due to COVID-19 meetings are online and are currently free. Price for physical meetings (when they return) is £3 for first attendance and £5 thereafter, with no commitment required.
Location: First floor, in the bar area.
Accessibility: There are lift facilities and toilets on the same floor.
Parking: There is ample parking outside the centre, which is free after 6.30pm
Cheshunt Computer Club
Laura Trott Leisure Centre
Windmill Lane, Cheshunt, Hertfordshire EN8 9AJ