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SEWWUG, the SouthEastern Wisconsin Windows User Group, is a group of computer enthusiasts who range from beginners to experienced users. The group was founded in 1992 in order to provide members with the opportunity to increase their knowledge of Microsoft Windows® operating systems and the software run in a Windows environment.
A computer user group is an informal forum for members to share information and ask questions about computer hardware, software, and operating systems.
Computer user groups provide the opportunity to learn about purchasing, using, and maintaining your computer, evaluating and purchasing software and demystifying and solving some of the problems that occur while using your computer.
If you have ever stared at your computer or wondered why you cannot seem to get it to understand what you want, a computer user group is for you. The exchange of information between members, the resources available in the form of technical help, educational materials, useful tips and tricks to make navigating the Internet and software (like Microsoft Office®) easier, helpful web site addresses with information and downloads, and the knowledge that your problem is not unique, combine to make membership in a computer user group a valuable resource.
The cost of membership is small compared to the expense of phone technical support, even assuming you ever get through. User groups are a complement, not a substitute for the formal education provided at colleges, technical schools, and computer training services.