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We are a nonprofit group located in Westchester County New York. Our goal is to increase the computer knowledge of our 300 members. Our Main Meetings are held once a month. We have over 20 Workshops that meet on a regular basis and discuss everything from beginner topics to the latest in programming languages. Please join us!

Westchester PC-Renew is looking for workspace of about 800 sq feet. If you know of any possibilites, contact Tom Osbeck at
osbeck@att.net (914-720-1075).

Main Meetings 


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July 2, 2015 — 7 p.m.

120 Bloomingdale Rd. ****new location***
1st Floor
White Plains, NY 10605

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- This map is interactive - click Directions & enter your origination point for directions. Access to parking lot is a curved driveway at the traffic light just south of the building. Here is street view of driveway.

Plan now to attend!

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The General Meeting’s main topic will include a series of short and pointed presentations by several talented workshop leaders.

The idea is to provide a snippet of the content selected from workshop leaders’ areas of expertise.

We may hear about an add-on product to Microsoft Office, a technique to take better pictures, a utility or two that we should not live without, an in-depth look at a few Office ribbon tools that we always saw but never used, or tips on our first WordPress attempt.

Come and learn from our experts.


For further information, contact Tom Osbeck at
914-720-1075


Introducing Windows 10

August 6, 2015 — 7 p.m.

120 Bloomingdale Rd. ****new location***
1st Floor
White Plains, NY 10605


Plan now to attend!


In this session, Jayson Ferron will talk about Microsoft’s newest operating system. What’s new, what has changed, the new Edge browser, Microsoft Hello, and other features.

Jay will demonstrate the upgrade process and  new features to make you more productive. This interactive session will show you how to get Windows 10 for home up and running with ease.
Bring your questions and get answers.

Jay Ferron, past president of APCUG, has spoken at many events, including user groups, computer trade shows, DOD, and federal conferences.  Jay's blog can be accessed at http://blog.mir.net


For further information, contact Tom Osbeck at
914-720-1075


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Westchester PC-Renew
A project of WPCUG

 

Westchester PC-Renew - We refurbish donated computers and provide them free to nonprofit groups in the community who can't afford to purchase new computers.

Click link above to learn more about our activities and how to get a refurbished computer.

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The July-Augusr 2015 Westchester PC Users Group Newsletter is now online. You can download the complete newsletter in the member section or preview the table of contents. The newsletter is available in Adobe Acrobat format and is best viewed with Acrobat Reader 8.0 or later. To get the latest version of the free Acrobat reader click the Adobe PDF logo at the left. 

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