2010 Newsletters

 
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DECEMBER

PDF  Text Articles: Members' Favourites Night; A big thanks for Harley Bloom

NOVEMBER

PDF  Text Review: Me and My Shadow; Announcement: Donald Chiasson 1941-2010; Articles: Members' Favourites Night; OPCUG Elections 2011

OCTOBER

PDF  Text Review: Basic File Renaming; Articles: Shadowy Images - A Cautionary Tale of Disk Backup; OPCUG Free Software Guide - Part 18

SEPTEMBER

PDF  Text Review: Exploring Linux - Part 15; Articles: Getting Things Done; OPCUG Free Software Guide - Part 17

JUNE

PDF  Text Articles: Is Adobe Acrobat Worth It?;The Solid State Drive (SSD) - Part 2; OPCUG Free Software Guide - Part 16

MAY

PDF  Text Articles: Updating Microsoft Security Essentials;The Solid State Drive (SSD) - Part 1; Review of 2009 OPCUG Accounts; OPCUG Free Software Guide - Part 15

APRIL

PDF  Text Review: A Truer Image in 2010; Articles: Sleuthing a Trojan; Windows 7 Keyboard Shortcuts; OPCUG Presentations at the OPL; OPCUG Free Software Guide - Part 14

MARCH

PDF  Text Review: MenuMaid - Right-Clicks in a New Context; Articles: Secretary's Report for 2009/2010;Windows Problem Steps Recorder; Windows 7 on a Netbook; OPCUG Free Software Guide - Part 13

FEBRUARY

PDF  Text Review: Exploring Linux - Part 14; Articles: Year in Review (2009); Treasurer's Report 2009; Wing SIG Stays East; OPCUG Free Software Guide - Part 12

JANUARY

PDF  Text Articles: Is Free Software Really Free?; OPCUG Free Software Guide - Part 11; New Linux SIG Coordinator