The Association of Personal Computer User Groups (APCUG) is a worldwide organization that helps groups devoted to the world of technology including computers, tablets, smartphones, digital photography, genealogy, etc

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Meeting every second Tuesday of the month at 7:00pm except for July and August

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What is happening at the next meeting:

October 10, 2017

We are collecting dues for 2018 from September thru December of 2017. Please pay your dues on time to avoid getting hit with a late fee.


Main Presentation

40 Things I No Longer Carry (Because I Have a Smart Phone)
Presenters: Janis Ramey and Frank Snyder, Osher LifeLong learning Institute of the University of Pittsburgh
You probably already know that smart phones allow you to take pictures, send texts, and look up things on the internet. But, did you know that they also can remove a lot of weight and clutter from your briefcase and handbag? In this presentation, you’ll see at least 40 physical things that a smart phone can replace. For example, you don’t need to carry an appointment book, road map, flashlight, compass, pedometer, notebook, or string to tie around your finger for a reminder. You’ll also get a quick overview about how to access these things on a smart phone.

Second Presentation:

"Multitasking on your iPad" by John Korkowski. Come and learn how to do more than one thing at a time on your Apple tablet.

Beginners Presentation:

The beginners presentation will be on ?.

Latest tip/gadget/tech news:

Come see and hear about it at the meeting.

40 Things I No Longer Carry

Multitasking on your iPad 

What happened at the last meeting:

September 12, 2017

At our September meeting, we raffled off an Insignia™ - 32" LED - 720p - Smart - Roku TV to members in good standing.  This is one of the biggest prizes we have ever given away.


The main presentation was on the use of lifelike human simulators in the healthcare industry. Members heard and saw a live demo by Jon Mazur on the use of these computerized machines being utilized to train healthcare professionals worldwide.

There was a short question and answer session at the end of the meeting.

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Beginners Presentation:

The beginners presentation was on Getting to know your computer inside and out.

Computer Inside

Computer Outside

Latest tip/gadget/tech news:

There was a Tech demo by Michael Ceschini showing off a new Classic gaming console.

Video Game Console with 815 Classic Games. 2 Players Pandora Box 4S Plus Arcade Game Console. Ultra Slim Metal Double Stick. 2017 New Updated Black and White Color.

Where to buy:

Easyget - 815 Classic Game Pandora Box 4S Plus

DealsunInc - 815 Classic Game Pandora Box 4S plus

Console Review:

815 Classic Game Pandora Box 4S Plus Review

Lifelike human simulators

 Inside Computer

Outside of Computer 

 Classic Video Arcade Console


Past Raffle Winner:

Raffle Winner

The winner of the raffle for September was Karen Heuser. She walked away with a Insignia 32 inch LED Roku TV.

What happened at our past meetings:


Click the button below to see what we have done at past meeting. Also, you will find Links, documents, movies, and much more from our presentations.


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What we offer:


 - Two presentations per meeting
 - Library of over 200 books
 - Hardware and software raffles
 - Increased learning
 - Technical assistance
 - Special Interest G
roup meetings
 - Free WiFi access
 - Free and open source software
 - Comradery and friendship
 - Free food and coffee

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CPUser Group SIG (Special Interest Group) Meeting:


 Join our club so you can come to our SIG (Special Interest Group) meetings. Our SIG meetings are held the first Tuesday from 7:00pm to 9:00pm every month except for July and August.

These meetings have topics like:

*Digital Photography
*All Things Apple
*Advanced Hardware and Programming
*Operating Systems help


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