May 8, 2018: “Running Your Mac and Apple Devices Lean, Clean, and Mean,” with Dave Hamilton

The meeting begins at 7:15 p.m., Stuart Hall at Princeton Theological Seminary, room 4.

Dave Hamilton at the October 2014 PMUG meeting — Photo by Michael Blank

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Do you envy those people who seem to know what steps to take to keep their Macs and IPhones running smooth — and how to quickly fix it when they’re not? Are you on the road to becoming a well-respected geek but aren’t quite sure what turns to take? This session is for you.

Dave Hamilton will show the best ways to keep your Mac and iPhone running. Attendees will learn routine maintenance to perform, what files and settings you can disable and delete, what to do when disaster strikes, and the BIG SECRETS of how to keep macOS and iOS happy. While this presentation isn’t targeted at beginners, you need not be an expert to attend, either. The "killer audience" are the users who are comfortable experimenting with and moving around through their devices, but don’t yet know where the best places to go are. Invest about an hour at this session and Dave will show you the way.

Note! iconMeeting Room Change

This month’s meeting will take place in Room 6, second floor — this is the room where we used to meet (upstairs.).


About the presenter…
Dave Hamilton co-founded The Mac Observer in 1988, an online magazine and one of the leading daily news sites for the Macintosh community. Dave is also President and co-founder of BackBeat Media, a publisher service agency representing the advertising and operations activities of consumer technology-focused Websites and Podcasts, helping them to grow their businesses. Additionally, he is the publisher and co-host of the Mac Geek Gab Podcast, launched in 2005, which is one of the top Mac Podcasts in the market today. Dave maintains his Blog at