The best resource for any user of an Apple Macintosh computer, veteran or brand-new, is a local User Group. Supported by Apple Computer, user groups bring Macintosh users together to discuss Mac news, review and preview Mac software and hardware products, and provide a support network for solving problems and passing on tips and information. Many Macintosh User Groups ("MUGs"), though primarily focusing on their local membership, also have web pages, where they offer free services to the Macintosh world. If you have a Macintosh, find yourself a MUG to start learning how best to use your Mac.
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Apple - User Groups
Apple user groups share a common interest in Apple products. They provide valuable information and advice through group meetings and newsletters for their community. This web site also provides resources for user groups and for those searching for a user group.
FreeSMUG - Free and OpenSource Software Mac User Group
Tutorial, news, help for end-users with free and OpenSource Mac software.
The Mac 512 User Group
Offers its users links to configuration and troubleshooting, and membership information. This user group focuses mainly on the older Macintosh computers, but does contain information about newer models.
An international female only Macintosh user group. Site provides membership information, awards, graphics, and news.
The MUG Center
Resource site for Mac User's Groups.
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