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Well maybe not – if you can access our forum on a friend’s computer. The forum is a place for you to ask questions about anything to do with your computer.
How to access the forum – you will need a Google  account, this is free and you do not have to use it for anything else but accessing the forum, although it does allow you to use Gmail.
How to get a Google account – open Google and select the Sign In link up on the right, then click create and account.
Now to get to the forum – open Google and click on more up on the left, select groups and do a search for euroscug, then click the link.
You will have to be signed in to post to the forum
You’re there, if you have a problem then click new post.

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Tech Info for ASCCA Clubs July 2018…

Mark Young from ASSAC puts some really good courses and guides together, if you are looking to self help then you will find them very useful, click on any of the links below.

ASSCA Training Courses (10/18)
Windows 10 Basics Course (after 1803 Update)
Windows 10 1803 Changes List
Facebook Mobile Basics Course
Messenger Mobile Basics Course

Free Old Feature Films Online
Films in the Public Domain have no copyright and may be freely viewed by anyone. Copyright laws vary from country to country, and have changed over time. All American films made before 1923 are in the public domain. Also, for a number of reasons, there is a mixture of later old movies available, such as:  The 1940 comedy “His Girl Friday,” with Rosalind Russell and Cary Grant
The 1946 Judy Garland musical “Till the Clouds Roll By”
Santa Claus Conquers the Martians,” 1964.

Have a look at these websites, which are devoted to public-domain films:
Public domain Flix –
Public Domain Movies –
The Internet Archive – (Feature films, short-format movies, video clips from NASA, etc. that you can stream or download)

Wikipedia has a list of the major films in the public domain you can browse.

YouTube also has a lot of content, but it is not easy to find all the public-domain movies. However there are YouTube channels devoted to public domain films that you can search for.See if you can find them.

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Not sure about a film or TV show then check out IMDB (Internet Movies Data Base