Computer maintenance class offered at Cambridge Library

Just like an automobile, your computer needs to be on a maintenance schedule. Although new computers automatically update themselves, there are other things that computer users need to know.

Join the Cambridge Public Library for a 90-minute class to learn about malware, software updates, anti-virus protection and more. They won’t, however, be taking the computer apart.  This will be an informational class on computer maintenance basics.

This workshop is presented by East Central Regional Library as part of our Digital Immigrants II series teaching individuals new technology skills. One class will be held at each of ECRL’s 14 branch libraries with some locations having more than one class. Limited seating is available and pre-registration is required. Make sure you contact your local ECRL branch to register and for more information.

The classes are made possible with a LSTA grant from the Institute of Library and Museum Services administered by the Minnesota Department of Education.

Pre-register for either class by calling 763-689-7390×15 or stopping by the library:

• April 12 – 10 a.m. at Cambridge Public Library. Pre-register by April 6.

• May 8 – 1 p.m. at Cambridge Public Library. Pre-register by May 2.

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