About Us: OMUG

Olympia Microcomputer Users Group

OMUG General meeting

November 13, 2014, 7 PM

Megan Hall will present an overview of Timberland Regional Library’s exciting online resources whether for learning or entertainment

Discover how you can save money and learn new skills for free with just your library card!  Megan Hall will show us how to download eBooks, audiobooks, magazines, music, and videos through the library – including some of the newest and most popular entertainment around.

Megan will also tell us about the free online resources to learn about digital technology and computers.

The Microsoft IT Academy provides free technology courses for library cardholders, from digital basics to advanced skills for IT professionals.

Gale Courses for Online Learning gives you access to high-quality 6-week classes on hundreds of subjects, including software programs, computer security, programming languages, and more.

The Olympia Microcomputer Users Group (OMUG) is an volunteer, non-

OlymugLogo2profit organization proudly serving the needs of the computer user community in the south Puget Sound area of western Washington since 1986.   We now spend time on other devices as well as basic computers.

OMUG Contact information: info@olymug.org or cnmpat@comcast.net

Where and when we meet 

Our October Newsletter is available for current news about our organization. Our current Calendar shows our monthly activities.  Our new Reflector address is OMUGReflector@olymug.org 

What is the Reflector ? It is a way of communicating with others in the organization.  If you are an OMUG member, and not on the reflector, please contact me and I will put you on:  cnmpat@comcast.net

Here is our Membership Application  Dues are $30/year. This supports our work, our programs, and allows for your participation on our reflector and website.


OMUG Olympia Group Page



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  1. I recently was given a HP Pavilion Media Center (2006 model) with no HD and no operating system. I understand I need a SATA drive and my copy of XP (for my Dell 2600) will not work on the HP. This computer has 2 GB of ram (considerably more then my computer) and was wondering if anybody knows or could help me breath new life in this system.

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