The Chicago Computer Society South Suburban Computer Club Meeting to be held on Tuesday, June 5, 2012, 7:00 PM at Prairie State Community College, Room 1320, 202 South Halsted Street, Chicago Heights, Illinois, will feature a presentation by Gene Barlow on how to Organize, Protect and Share your Hard Drive. This will be a presentation that you will not want to miss.
Gene, joining us via Skype, will start by describe the various options you have to better organize your hard drive to serve your needs. How you organize your hard drive can affect how protected your files are and how easy it is to use them. He will demonstrate a software tool, Acronis Disk Director 11, that makes organizing your hard drive very quick and easy to do.
Doing regular backups of your computer’s hard drive is the most important thing you can do to protect the content of your computer. He will describe the backup approach that will give you the best protection for your computer. This will be followed by a demonstration of the best backup utility on the market, Acronis True Image 2012.
Acronis True Image 2012 has introduced a new function that allows you to easily share certain files with your other computers and with friends and family across the internet. No expensive online storage is needed to use this new facility in True Image 2012. Gene will show you many sharing options available and how easy it is to use the new Data Synchronization feature of True Image 2012.
At the end of the meeting, attendees will be offered a free software product to monitor the well being of their own hard drive.
All meetings start with an “Open Forum” where attendees can get answers to their computer-related questions prior to the featured topic presentation.
The Chicago Computer Society is a non-profit educational personal computer users’ group. Meetings are free and open to both members and non-members. For further information visit the Chicago Computer Society Web Site www.ccs.org