Villages Computer Plus (VCP)
The VCP meets the 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month from 1 PM to 2:30 PM at Laurel Manor Recreational Center. VCP meetings are open to Village Residents and Guests who have valid Villages issued guest passes.
The group offers presentations and program information including features and benefits in detail on specific computer related subjects involving today's technology. Presentations are given by Village residents, special guests, and experts in systems, and technology. Questions and comments are always welcome. All Villages Residents are welcome to attend these group meetings.
The VCP is associated with other Villages Computer & Technology Clubs. Click here to view the site that describes the Clubs and has links to the them.
The Tablets, Phones, E-readers now have a separate Club called Connected Villager Club. Click here to view their site. They Meet every Monday 1pm at Eisenhower Recreation Center.
There is a new Windows 8 page and Windows 10 page in VCC.
We would like to encourage you to provide us feedback on the Windows PC topics that interest you. Please go to the Contact Us page with your comments and suggestions. Thank You.!
Use an assistive device? Windows 10 may still be free.
Windows 10 free upgrade is still available ONLY for customers who use assistive technologies: For the general public, the free upgrade offer for Windows 10 ended on July 29, 2016. However, if you use assistive technologies, you can still get the free upgrade offer even now that the general public deadline has expired. These devices include the following types as well as certain others:
Alternative keyboards--featuring larger, or smaller-than-standard keys or keyboards, alternative key configurations, and keyboards for use with one hand.
Electronic pointing devices—used to control the cursor on the screen hands-free. Devices used include ultrasound, infrared beams, eye movements, nerve signals, or brain waves.
Sip-and-puff systems—activated by inhaling or exhaling.
Wands and sticks—worn on the head, held in the mouth or strapped to the chin and used to press keys on the keyboard.
Joysticks—manipulated by hand, feet, chin, etc. and used to control the cursor on screen.
Details are available at: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/accessibility/windows10upgrade
THIS IS NOT AN INVITATION FOR THOSE WHO DO NOT NEED OR USE AN ASSISTIVE DEVICE TO ATTEMPT TO GAME THE SYSTEM AND GET A FREE COPY OF WINDOWS 10.