Main Meeting Announcement:

October 15th, 2017, 1:00 PM

“Intro to macOS 10.13 - High Sierra”

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Presented by Jim Macak,
Double Click President.

At Apple’s World Wide Developer’s Conference this past June we were shown a preview of the next Macintosh operating system, code-named “High Sierra.” It was to be released by Apple this Autumn. Well, the leaves are falling and Apple has indeed unleashed the new version of macOS X. At this meeting we’ll talk about what High Sierra brings to our computers and discuss tips and strategies for implementing it on our Macs.

All regular meetings are free and open to the public.

Double Click Beginner’s SIG

The Beginner’s Special Interest Group (SIG) has been incorporated into the Main Meeting in a new condensed format. Steve Parker, the long-standing Beginner’s SIG Coordinator, will be showing tips and basic Mac OS X techniques as a regular feature of the first part of every Double Click Main Meeting. New and experienced users are always sure to learn a tip or three from Steve and other members. (So if you have a tip, bring yours along to share!)

Meeting Location Information

Regular Main Meetings of Double Click, Inc., the Mac OS Users Group of Milwaukee, are held once a month on a Sunday afternoon beginning at 1:00 p.m. We meet on the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee campus in Room E190 of the Engineering and Mathematical Sciences (EMS) Building at 3200 North Cramer Street. Thus, the EMS building is located just north of Kenwood Boulevard between N. Cramer Street and N. Maryland Avenue.

Parking is available in a surface lot with its entrance off of Kenwood Blvd. or in the EMS Building underground parking ramp with its entrance off of N. Cramer St. (The EMS parking ramp entrance is to the right (not ahead) once you have driven into the parking access area. There is a fee for parking on campus.

All regular meetings are free and open to the public.

Future Meeting Preview

(Looking Further Ahead)

November 19th, 2017, 1:00 PM

(Information about the main meeting topic “to be announced…”)

All regular meetings are free and open to the public.

Double Click welcomes your suggestions for meeting topics and
we encourage you to volunteer to make a presentation to our group.
Please contact one of the Double Click Officers.