A Mac Users Group is where exploring, learning and sharing information about Apple Macintosh Computers takes place. Our meetings are more of a social gathering of people who also enjoy using and discussing their Mac computers. You will discover helpful, friendly and knowledgeable male and female Mac enthusiasts with all levels of expertise at our meetings. We are now in our 9th year after the Group was formed in May 2008, so in May 2017 we enter our 10th year and celebrate our 9th anniversary. Next June 2017 will see our 100th meeting at the RSL, and May 2018 will see HBMUG’s 10th anniversary
We hold two meetings each month. Please see the Meetings Page for venue details. We can usually rapidly solve most members’ problems and queries. Many of our members have switched from Windows and have found that the Mac is simpler to use, and leads to a more relaxed experience. At our meetings, you will find a very friendly atmosphere. Our aim is to make everybody feel at ease regardless of their level of expertise. Apple Mac Computers are the fastest growing platform of computers in the world, both personal and in business, as more and more people discover their ease of use, stability, reliability, build quality, longevity and value for money. http://9to5mac.com/2015/07/27/opinion-a-macs-longevity-is-its-biggest-unsung-selling-point/
Apple and Mac News, Tips and Tricks are discussed , and each month from to time we have presentations by members or guests on various topics. A Newsletter containing News, Features, Reviews, Tips and some fun is emailed to members weekly.
If you currently use an Apple Mac, or are thinking of buying one, you are most welcome to join our group. There are no joining or annual fees, so why not come along and meet other Mac users. Any level of expertise is welcome, and if you are switching from Windows, you are especially welcome. More info here
Please explore our website and you will find many interesting items to assist and inform you further.
*The Hervey Bay Mac Users Group is not financially affiliated or associated with any commercial computer business, nor does it condone or encourage illegal downloading or copying of commercial media or software*
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