Who We Are ... What We Do
The Plateau PC Users Group is a non-profit organization of computer users designed to assist residents of Crossville, Tennessee and the surrounding area to become better acquainted with their computers, software and peripherals. The organization provides a forum for discussion of personal computing issues and help in solving computer- and Internet-related problems, while providing education and support to its members.
Our Meetings: Our monthly meetings feature a presentation on a popular personal computing topic followed by an open-ended Question and Answer session. This meeting is held at the Christ Lutheran Church in Fairfield Glade on the Second Tuesday of each month, starting at 3pm (October - March) and 6pm (April - September). Please Note: Starting with the October meeting, we shift to winter hours starting at 3pm. Click for a map.
Next Meeting: Tuesday, October 13, 2020, 3pm Physical and Electronic Computer Clean-up. Keeping your computer clean both physically and electronically is essential to minimize problems during use. Physical cleaning is ensuring that your computer is free of “dust bunnies”, and that all components are properly seated. Electronic cleaning is removing “junk files” so the computer will work as fast as possible. Carl Nordeen will show us how to do both.
NOTE: Social distancing and face coverings are required for this meeting.
Monthly Newsletter: Published January - November each year. Contains interesting articles on personal computing and PPCUG information. Link
Monthly Q&A sessions: a part of our monthly meeting where attendees can ask questions and (hopefully) get answers from PPCUG members.
Monthly Meetings: The regular monthly meetings held January - November, include a presentation on a current computing topic. If you can't attend a meeting one month, you can usually find a copy of the presenters handout or slide show on our website.
Q&A Info Blog: New January 2018 We post answers to questions raised at our meetings to clarify the answers given at the meeting and to share information with our members who did not attend. Here is the link