The Windows Help group is intended to support all U3A in Bath members who use, or might use a computer - whatever their ability and whatever they want to do with their machines. In general, our members use PCs that run Windows and our "help" sessions are styled accordingly. Users of other operating systems (e.g. Linux, Apple, MAC, Unix etc ) will be welcomed but should consider if one of the other U3A in Bath computer groups may be more suitable for them.
We are a self-help group
The chief activity of the Windows Help group is the monthly meeting. The agenda is flexible and members are encouraged to take an active part by discussing any computer problems which they experience. There may also be small presentations covering a particular aspect of computer use. We are helped by more experienced users. To complement the monthly meetings, queries and suggestions to help other users are emailed amongst those willing to share email addresses.
When a meeting includes a prepared presentation on a particular topic, an explanatory note may be handed out. To see a list of handouts at past meetings, with the option to select and view any of them click here.
Our meetings are held at the Percy Centre in New King Street from 2.00 to 4.00pm. Meetings are advertised in the U3A Newsletter where there is also a contact telephone number. To comply with insurance regulations, a U3A membership number is required.
At present, the group has vacancies for new members.