The Olympus Workspace is a Windows program that can be downloaded from the Olympus support site; you are asked to enter the serial number of your camera to proceed. I downloaded the 64bit version of the installation program, named OWSetup_64bit.exe. In October 2020 version 1.4 was available.
The program can run on GNU/Linux using the Wine emulator (tested on Debian 10 Buster, with Wine 4.0 64bit).
If you don't configure the emulation environment using winecfg, you could get the following error message from Wine Cannot install this software in this PC. Your PC does not meet the operating system requirements for the application.
So start the configuration program with:
WINEARCH=win64 WINEPREFIX=~/.wine64 winecfg
Then select Applications ⇒ Windows Version ⇒ “Windows 10”
To install the Olympus Workspace program, run:
WINEPREFIX=~/.wine64 wine ~/Downloads/OWSetup_64bit.exe
To start Olympus Workspace (check the path choosen by the install program):
WINEPREFIX=~/.wine64 wine \ ".wine64/drive_c/Program Files (x86)/OLYMPUS/Olympus Workspace/Olympus Workspace.exe"
Why it is important to save camera settings?
From the menu Camera ⇒ Custom Settings ⇒ Save or Load.
The Updater was once distribute as a stand-alone application, now it is integrated into the Olympus Workspace program.
Why upgrade firmware? What version is installed? What version is available?
From the menu Camera ⇒ Update: