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The last paper issue of Ottawa PC News will be in June. Download issues from this page or see the sidebar at right on how to subscribe to the electronic newsletter.
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2018 Newsletters (there are no newsletters in July and August)

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JUNE

PDFReview: GlassWire; Articles: The PUB is Shutting Down!; Join the OPCUG Google Groups; October 1988 - The PUB is born; This June newsletter is the last issue to be printed on paper; Special Event: Laboratory MicroGrid Tour; OPCUG still at Canada Aviation and Space Museum

MAY

PDFReview: TreeSize Professional; Articles: Taking Control of My Smartphone (Upsides and Downsides); Six OPCUG Members Receive Ontario Volunteer Service Award; Special Event: Laboratory MicroGrid Tour; Reminder: June newsletter to be last printed issue; OPCUG not moving back to Museum of Science & Technology; OPCUG Free Software Guide - Part 81

APRIL

PDFReview: File transfer using Dropbox; Articles: Taking Control of My Smartphone (Disabling System Apps); Controlled folder access; 2018 Beginners' Workshop; End of an era: June newsletter to be last printed issue; OPCUG not moving back to Museum of Science & Technology; Review of OPCUG 2017 financial records; OPCUG Free Software Guide - Part 80

MARCH

PDFArticles: Taking Control of My Smartphone (Installing a Custom ROM); 2018 Beginners' Workshop; Secretary's Report for 2017/2018; Blast from the Past - 35 Years of OPCUG; OPCUG Free Software Guide - Part 79

FEBRUARY

PDFArticles: Taking Control of My Smartphone (Rooting the Moto G3); President's Report for 2017; Treasurer's Report for 2017; Blast from The Past - 35 Years of OPCUG; New OPCUG Website Launched; OPCUG Free Software Guide - Part 78

JANUARY

PDF Articles: Taking Control of My Smartphone (Unlocking the Bootloader)

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There are no issues of the newsletter published in July or August.