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2013 Southwest Computer Conference Videos

Comparing the iPhone and Android (Samsung) phones - (947MB)

iPad - getting the most from it - (1.2GB)

Microsoft demo of windows 8 and tips - (608MB)

Recovering deleted files - (703MB)

Tablets (brief discussion of different tablets - Windows 8, iPad, Samsung, Kindle) - (954 MB)

Troubleshooting your PC - (1.32GB)

Windows 8 Hands-on tips - (787MB)

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2012 Southwest Computer Conference Videos

Abby Stokes author of "Is This Thing On" - (751MB-High Quality)

Microsoft Store - showing (what information they can say) the just announced Window 8 tablet - (791MB High Quality)

2011 Southwest Computer Conference Videos

Abby Stokes author of "Is This Thing On" - (833MB-High Quality) 211MB Lower Quality

Android - Talking about Smartphones and Tablets which use the Android operating system (259MB)

Avast - Anti-virus program (238MB)

Corel - Demo of Painter 12, VideoStudio Pro X4, Paintshop Photo, and PDF Fusion (833MB-High Quality) 211MB Lower Quality

Microsoft Store - Talked about the new Cloud computing, Microsoft Office 365, Windows Smartphone update, and Windows 8 (92.7MB)

Opera Internet Browser - showed us some of the great features in Opera (254MB)

SafeTREC - Personal security you can install onto your cell phone for free (106MB)

Video podcasting - Talking about how meetings are video recorded and uploaded for others to watch

VIPRE Mobil - by Alex Eckelberry calling in via Skype - (125MB)

Wolverine Data - Slides, pictures, digital picture backup, data backup, and more (193MB)

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Thanks to David Williams Jr. for filming Android, Microsoft, and Avast secessions

2010 Southwest Computer Conference Videos

Abby Stokes author of "Is This Thing On" - (191MB)

Andy Marken - Latest in Technology - (152MB)

Backing up Your PC with Acronis (Gene Barlow)- (146MB)

Comic Life (Lyn Morse) - (142MB)

Communications - Video Conferencing, Chating and Remote Control (Terry Currier and Cheryl Wester) - (136MB)

Microsoft - latest updates to Live and Windows Mobil, includes a Q&A after the luncheon - (238MB)

Organize Your Life With Evernote (Jim Perry) - (152MB)

Photo Editing Using Windows Live (Bill James) - (168MB)

Sing2Learn - Learn a new language by singing (Anthony Chang) - (110MB)

Social Networking (Cheryl Wester) - (125MB)

Smart Computing - Benefits of the Smart Computing Magazine,  also a demo of a tech logging in onto your computer to fix a problem. (102MB)

Vendor Expo - Brief video of the vendors at the Saturday night vendor expo (96MB)

VIPRE Anti-virus and Anti-malware demo by Alex Eckelberry calling in via Skype - (87MB)

What Is Cool And What's Not (Dave Whittle) - (161MB)

Thanks to David Williams Jr. for filming Evernote, Photo Editing, Social Networking, and Dave Whittle's secessions

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2009 Southwest Computer Conference Videos

Applian presentation (Applian Products) - (129MB)  
Autonet Mobil
- by John Hays from Al & Ed - (209MB)
Bruce Pechman
(Muscle Man of Technology) - (290MB)  
CMS Products
- Instant PC recovery - (133MB)  
iolo
- System Mechanic - (109MB)  
Microsoft presentation
(on Windows 7) - (104MB)  
Microsoft Workshop
(Gems on the MS Website) - (94.2 MB)
Norman Rockwell Presentation
(about the artist) - (164MB)  
People at the Conference
 pictures - (4.4MB)  

2008 Southwest Computer Conference Videos

Google Earth presentation on Friday - (341MB)  
Google Workshop
- (324MB)  
Pinnacle presentation
- (283MB)  
Corel presentation
- (186MB)  
Vendors Expo
- (57.3MB)

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