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April Meeting - A Better way to Wi-Fi
by Dave Hamilton
of the Mac Observer and Mac Geek Gab

April 2017
Wi-Fi is ubiquitous in our homes... until it's not.
Our need for Wi-Fi is ubiquitous, but oftentimes we have dead-spots or slow-spots. Heading down the path of extenders and repeaters usually ends in headache. The past year has introduced a variety of new wireless network options, including mesh networks, and this means choosing a router is a different experience than it used to be! Dave Hamilton will walk you through what you need and why so that you can make the best decision for your own home or space.
By attending this talk you'll learn:
* How to choose a router in 2017?
* What technologies/features matter for you.
* What "mesh" means and whether or not you need it.
* Which router is right for you... and why.
* How to set it up for optimal success.

Bring you Newton, MacBooks, iMacs, iPads and Apple watch and lets learn together.
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WE AT THE NEW HAMPSHIRE SEACOAST MAC USERS share a common interest in and respect for (and an occasional frustration with) Macintosh computers. Our individual members represent a wide range of experience and expertise in the wonderful world of Macintosh.
Our membership ranges from Mac beginners to professional programmers, so there are lots of questions and ready sources of answers. With a guest speaker or one of our own members to demonstrate Mac or Internet applications and our Mac Mentors sessions to aid new users, you are sure to find something of value at each meeting.
There are NO membership dues; attendance at meetings is FREE --
so what are you waiting for?
Come join us!

is always held prior to the general meeting at 6:15 PM also in the library. This provides opportunities for hands-on, one-on-one (or more) sessions for beginners, newcomers or anyone who has a question or problem. We have quite a number of members offering their time and expertise to help anyone who is having difficulty with their Mac or iOS program.