Newsletters

PCS and its members produce different newsletters to keep our members informed about activities and developments regarding their computers as well as club activities.

messenger graphic The "Messenger" is the PCS monthly newsletter and is distributed in hard copy form at our General meetings. It is edited and produced by Ken Johnson.

To search for a particular article, go to the Article page.

For previous editions, visit the "Messenger" page.

"Messenger" Legal Stuff

PCS is a member of APCUG (Association of Personal Computer User Groups). To the extent that any of the articles included in the "Messenger" have been written by APCUG members or contributors, that article has been provided to APCUG by the author solely for publication by APCUG member groups. All other uses require the permission of the author. Please contact APCUG about requesting permission to publish such articles or for additional copyright information.

Other articles in the "Messenger" may have been provided by Smart Computing. For any such material, the following statement applies: "Reprinted with permission from Smart Computing. Visit www.SmartComputing.com/Groups to learn what Smart Computing can do for you and your user group!"

Weekly Email Newsletter

Another newsletter is sent out in email form each Monday morning. This publication provides up-to-date information regarding PCS activities, a "Tips & Tricks" section and links to other relevant information. Distribution of this useful and informative newsletter has been restricted to current members and is only one of the many benefits of joining our organization.

If you are having trouble receiving your weekly email newsletter, please refer to this question as listed on our FAQ page.

Unsubscribe Information

In the extremely unfortunate event that you wish to unsubscribe from the weekly email newsletter for any reason, please let us know.

APCUG Newsletter

PCS is a member of APCUG (Association of Personal Computer User Groups). Their stated mission is "to facilitate communication among computer user groups, the community, and the technology industry." We have posted their recent newsletters on our APCUG page.

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11/21/2017 - Tuesday - 10:00-11:00 AM
Technology Help Hour - Prescott Public Library - Computer Lab; 3rd Floor

Ask a technology question and get help from members of the Prescott Computer Society. Bring your own laptop or mobile device or use a library laptop. This is a weekly, drop-in service and registration is not required.
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