Welcome to the home of the Canton, Alliance, Massillon Users Group.

 


While we were initially established in 1983 as a Commodore computer club, we currently help & support users who have Windows-based (10, 8.1, & 7) computers as well as Linux, Chromebooks.  We also help users with electronic devices such as cell phones, tablets & other devices.

You do not have to be an advanced user to come and join us. We try to answer all questions from beginner to advanced.  Remember even an advanced computer user was a beginner once so we understand how intimidating it sometimes can be to ask a question.  As any teacher will tell you 'There is no such thing as dumb question'. 

Our club is open to anyone with an interest in computers and electronics. A household membership is only $20 per year, and you can attend up to two meetings free without any obligation. 

Monthly meetings are held the third Monday of the month at Holy Cross Lutheran Church, 7707 Market Ave. N in North Canton, Ohio. Computer 101 (topics at a more basic level) begins at 6:00 PM and the regular meeting begins at 7:00 PM. At every meeting, we cover topics ranging from cell phones to computers and from software to the internet and networking.

Board meetings are held the fourth Monday of the month at 7:00 PM at Panera Bread on The Strip. Members are encouraged to attend the Board meeting. Although only Board members can vote, any member may share their opinions and suggestions.

The club mailing address is CAMUG, PO BOX 80192, Canton, OH 44708.

CAMUG is a member of theAssociation of Personal Computer User Groups.APCUGis a worldwide organization that helps groups devoted to the world of technology by facilitating communications between member groups and industry.It offersthe Virtual Technology Conferences, provides newsletter articles, and has a list of speakers for club programs .
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  1. Testing. I got here 2 different ways: directly and thru the website, but they are different on the screen. Thru the website was apparently the same, only much larger. I'll be trying again later. Trying to check the Notify box brought an error: "An error occurred while contacting the server."

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    1. I can change the size with the mouse wheel, so that is OK.

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  2. Should it say "Unknown?" Which I assume is identification of the blogger.

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