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Chrome OS Is Next Topic For Westchester PC Users

At the last general meeting of the Westchester PC Users Group, introduction of Windows 10 was discussed.
At the last general meeting of the Westchester PC Users Group, introduction of Windows 10 was discussed. Photo Credit: Provided/Westchester PC Users Group

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- The presenter for the Westchester PC Users' Group's (WPCUG) monthly General meeting on April 7,  will be a long-time member of the group, Joe Bruno.

Bruno writes two newsletter columns and has hosted, or been a guest lecturer and host for, a wide variety of workshops for the organization.

In the 1980s, he facilitated a PC user group in Manhattan. He currently does computer consulting and has had tech articles published in the U.S. and the United Kingdom.

If you've got a Chromebook, bring it along with any questions you may have about Chrome OS. If time permits, the group will do an install of Chrome OS on an old laptop and give it away to one lucky winner. For those who have no idea what Chrome OS is like, install the Chrome browser in your Windows, Mac, or Linux machine, and come prepared to see how it works with the cloud.

The meeting will be held at 7 p.m. at Keller Williams Realty, 120 Bloomingdale Road in White Plains. WPCUG General Meetings are free and open to the public.

For further information, contact Tom Osbeck at 914-720-1075 or email him at programs@wpcug.org.

As a nonprofit group located in Westchester County, the goal of Westchester PC Users' Group is to increase the computer knowledge of its close to 200 members. Its main meetings are held once a month and has more than 20 workshops that meet on a regular basis and discuss everything from beginner topics to the latest in programming languages.

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