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Welcome to the PCUG Information Wiki

Please support this member initiative by adding content!

If you are new to this wiki, please read our Information on Using this Wiki

Members Informing Members

This wiki provides a place where PCUG members can share information with each other, in categories as shown below. You can use the Search box on the left hand side to find information; browse the site using the links below; or view the index of all pages. General information on the PCUG may be found on the main PCUG website, or you can interact with us on our Facebook page.

This PCUG Information Wiki can be edited by any PCUG member using their normal PCUG/TIP username and password to login. For guidance on doing this, please see our pages About this Wiki, Getting Started Editing Wiki Pages, and the links in the navigation Help page.

News and Notices

Includes details of various PCUG and TIP notices.

Next ABC (Absolute Beginners Computing) Course is planned for March/April 2019.
An Introduction to Facebook Course is planned for 2019.
Is there a course or information session you require, contact
New courses will appear in the PCUG Calendar, when they are scheduled.

Activities and Opportunities and Training Courses

Includes information about the groups activities and opportunities for participation, including Training Courses, SIG Information, Volunteering opportunities, descriptions and more.


Includes various newsletters received from affiliated organisations and other sources


Scams, especially via email, but also via social media, are an ongoing problem and constantly changing. This page includes a variety of helpful information and resources.

Technical Info

Includes a wide variety of technical IT related hints, help guides, howtos and tips, contributed by members on a range of IT related topics of interest.

Please note that information related specifically to accessing and using the PCUG's 'The Internet Project' (TIP) ISP Services are provided on the TIP Wiki

Social Media

PCUG is expanding into social media. Find out about our Facebook page, how to like it, and contribute.