All Computers

Group meeting status due to COVID 19

In the past, we were able to meet in person as a social group to chat and solve problems with our computers. It is not clear when we will be able to do this again safely.

All Computers 7Feb2017

The government’s New Normal measures are only intended to reduce the number of infections whilst getting the economy working again. However, the virus is continuing to spread, often through asymptomatic contact. And for many of us, infection could prove lethal.

It will not be practical to continue meeting in Calle Doctor Calatayud 45 as we would not be able to maintain social distancing inside whilst working on a phone or computer. Nevertheless, we will continue to provide help, mainly remotely.

Although we will miss our meetings, the good thing for members is that help will be available with their computers, tablets and smartphones, not just those who happen to be in Moraira and it is not restricted to one day per month.

Just contact the Group Leader with a brief description of the problem and your contact details (email / WhatApp / Skype) and one of our helpers will be in touch to help. We can also chat by Zoom and use Team Viewer. If necessary, it may even be possible to meet on an individual basis.

Contact the group leader

Normally, meetings will be held at

Venue: Aula de Asociaciones, Calle Doctor Calatayud 45, Moraira 

Computers, smartphones and tablets are pretty much an essential part of our lives today, but they don’t always work the way we expect and on top of that they keep changing so we all need help from time to time in dealing with them.

  • Do you feel like a beginner? Let us know what you would like to learn and we can arrange one or more sessions as necessary to help you get up to speed.
  • Want to get the best out of your computer, smartphone or tablet?
  • Or perhaps you usually manage but are stuck on a particular problem?

The All Computers Group meets on the first Tuesday of each month so that the members can provide mutual help and share our knowledge.

You can just turn up at one of our monthly sessions

If you cannot come along on Tuesday, contact the Group Leader at any time during the month with as much detail as possible and we will to arrange some help.

We also welcome experienced users who are willing to help others.

Our meetings are sociable events and we hope that by sharing our experiences everyone will learn something.

Key Helpers include:

  • Apple iPhones, iPads and iMacs: Piotr Azia, David Reynolds, Peter Holley
  • Android smartphones and tablets: Peter Bayliss,
  • Windows PCs:Peter Bayliss, Peter Holley

If you are unable to attend the next meeting you can also email me for help.

To contact the Computing Group Leader send an email to
with the word computer in the subject line or to join the group:

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