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Music (£10)





Introductory Workshops

More Computer Friendly Workshops

Computer Friendly is running more of our two-hour interactive workshops on a series of topics to help users get more from their tablets and computers. These will be held at the Skew Bridge Pub, Harpenden and in Fleetville Community Centre, St Albans.

Introductory workshops, described on this page, are where the tutor will take you through the topic, but won’t be expecting you to get online in the workshop.

Click here for Hands-on workshops where you will be using either your own tablet/computer or one of ours to get online.

Encryption  (£20)

Two two-hour workshops to help you understand how to encrypt your hardware and be secure in the cloud.

Workshop 1) Secure in the office

Workshop 2) Secure in the cloud

It is recommended but not essential that you attend both of these events: total cost £20.

There will be the opportunity to do some practical encryption.  Bring a laptop (Windows 10 Pro if you have one) and USB memory stick.


Office Online and Google Drive (£10)


Windows 7 - End of Life Workshop (£10)

This session will outline the options you have at Windows 7 end-of-life in January 2020. It will include:

Travel (£10)

Finding out about Cloud Storage

(£10)





What is it, and how can it be of use to me?


Advanced Windows Workshop (£10)

This workshop we will cover many topics! Your tutor has a long list of subjects of interest, from ‘Why is my computer slow?’ to ‘How do I know my anti-virus is working?’, or from ‘Changing the mouse to suit your needs’, to ‘How do I know I am secure?’. You will decide what is covered.

Bring your Windows 7 or Windows 10 laptop.

Finding out about Social Media (£10)

What is it?  What do Facebook, Twitter, etc look like?