Temporarily Suspended -Tech Talk Thursday: The Basics of Apple Operating Systems (macOS)
Thursday, April 2, 2020 @ 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm
This program has been temporarily suspended while the library remains closed. Please check back as we explore options for online program delivery.
Daniel Hart, of Hart Computers, will be offering a series of tech talks on the first Thursdays of the month. These talks will cover a different topic each month and are designed to help take some of the mystery and confusion out of navigating the ever-changing world of computers, the internet, and hand-held personal devices. These classes are FREE and open to the public.
Daniel Hart’s presentation will be on the topic of The Basics of macOS (Apple operations systems known as macOS) — this includes all versions after “El Capitan.” Hart will go through System Preferences and some everyday items like the built in apps (Safari, Mail etc), dealing with updates, and what you can do for general maintenance. Daniel’s programs are packed full of clearly presented, helpful information that is understandable even if you aren’t tech-savvy.
Daniel Hart grew up in Lincolnville, graduated from Camden Hills Regional HS in 2009, and went on to graduate from Suffolk University in 2013 with a Bachelors Degree in Business Management and Economics. After graduating Hart returned to the Midcoast area and worked at The First National Bank for almost two years. Hart realized banking wasn’t something he had a passion for, and he started becoming very interested in computers and how they work. In 2015, Hart got a job as a “Customer Assistant” at Computer Solutions. Within a year, he worked his way to being a Junior Technician. Another year after that, he was the Senior Residential Technician at Computer Solutions. In August of 2019 Computer Solutions underwent an ownership change, and Hart decided to open his own company in its absence. Hart feels that he excels at portraying technical concepts in a language that’s understandable to most people. He enjoys the troubleshooting/diagnostic part of computer repair, and “figuring things out” that others can’t.