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 .  

                                                                Click for a map.

              Next Meeting:  Tuesday, June 14, 2022 3pm 

The program will be given by new member George Sengstock. He is collecting information by going through setting up multiple TVs in multiple rooms in his new neighborhood/network. The general topic is streaming and new TVs: a first-hand experience entering this new world.


He will address the following:

  • Streaming devices; Xfinity, Roku, firestick, etc.

  • What are "Smart" TVs.

  • Comparing to over-air, cable/satellite.

  • Dealing with multiple rooms (TVs).

  • Will my network support this?

  • 4K?

    Map to location  


Our Resources:


  • 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.