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Westchester PC Users Group
We are a nonprofit computer club located in Westchester County, New York.
Our goal is to increase the computing knowledge of our members and our community.
In case of inclement weather call 914-227-2495 for schedule changes.
We want to make 98 donated laptops work for needy kids.
help us to help them using GoFundMe.

General Meetings

Website Design

November 7, 2019 @ 7 pm

Keller Williams NY Realty
120 Bloomingdale Rd. ****location map***
White Plains, NY 10605

Plan now to attend!

Praveen “Sam” Sharma, a local college professor, will make a return appearance to share his knowledge of web design and introduce us to an easy-to-use site.

His focus will include HTML, CSS, XML, and PHP programming languages using WIX.COM and will focus on front end web development to actualize dynamic web pages and apps.

He will be utilizing a variety of web tools and resources to create a portfolio.

Oh, and one more thing...................

At every General Meeting we have door prize drawings. This month's door prize:

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  • Dell Inspiron 3647
  • Micro tower PC
  • Intel G3220 3.0GHz x 2
  • 500GB SATA hard drive
  • 4.0 GB DDR3 RAM
  • Windows 10 Home 64-bit
The door prize is open to members only but non-members can easily join at the front desk to be eligible for the drawing. Only $50 per year per household.

For further information, email our program chair, at

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The Codebreakers

December 5, 2019 @ 7 pm

Keller Williams NY Realty
120 Bloomingdale Rd. ****location map***
White Plains, NY 10605

Plan now to attend!

Our David Lerner will present the Codebreakers.
His talk will feature the mathematical geniuses
who worked at Bletchley Park in England and at
the U.S Navy codebreaking unit that shortened
World War II by as much as two years.

From Wikipedia: “During World War II, the estate
housed the British Government Code and Cypher
(GC&CS), which regularly penetrated the
secret communications of the Axis Powers – most
important were the German Enigma and Lorenz
ciphers; among its most notable early personnel the
GC&CS team of codebreakers included Alan
Turing.... During the war and for many years thereafter, the nature of the work there was a closely
guarded secret.”

For further information, email our program chair at

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Join our computer club - WPCUG

image of a medal with the words join usNow you can join Westchester PC Users Group or renew your  membership conveniently and safely online via credit card or PayPal. You can also make a tax deductible donation.

Conventional mail / check payments are still available too. Click here to join, renew, or donate.

For questions, email our membership chair at

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WPCUG Tech Support Consultants

You can download a list of WPCUG members who are offering their services to members and non-members alike. Members get a discount.

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Join our Meetup group

image of meetup logoPlease join our Meetup group so you can enjoy its many benfits and look for other interests as well. Click the Meetup image on the left to go to our Meetup page, then look for the red Join Us button to get started.

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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.

cartoon image of a desktop PCClick the above link to learn more about our activities and how to get a refurbished computer.

Applyhere for a computer

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WPCUG - Newsletter

The November 2019 Westchester PC Users PDF logoGroup Newsletter is now online. You can view it here or preview the table of contents. For past newsletters view here.  Please note that while the preview is available to everybody, the complete newsletter is for club members only.

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cartoon image of man doing presentationA selection of  workshop & general meeting presentation documents are now online. Click here to view.

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Operation Clean Slate

In the last several years, the use of malicious software (malware) by online criminals has emerged as a global cybersecurity threat. Of the available intrusion devices, the “bot,” or Web robot, is particularly pervasive, allowing an attacker to take control remotely of a compromised computer or computers. Invisible to victims, these networks, called “botnets,” can include hundreds of thousands of machines around the world, controlled by a cyber criminal, or “bot herder.” . Read more.....

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Weekly Update Email

You can now sign up online for the WPCUG Weekly Update email.

View the archives of the Weekly Update.

Receive the latest information on our meeting schedule and events as well as timely and important links to computer related tips and news.

WPCUG wishes to acknowledge the great support we receive from LANline for our website.You'll find the Weekly Email Update link on the on the Members Services page on the left side navigation after signing in - Members.

* If you are not receiving this weekly email, check your spam folder, and if it's not there contact David Shulman, Weekly Update Editor, who will resolve this issue.

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