Welcome to the Prescott Computer Society

The Prescott Computer Society is pleased to offer online meetings that are available to the public FREE OF CHARGE.

Interested in Membership?

Information about joining PCS is available at our Membership Info page.
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To view or download JB Burke's recent presentation at the Prescott Public Library on "The BASICS OF Internet Safety & Security for Seniors" please click here.

Online Meetings Using Zoom

PCS meetings are available to anyone, including non-members, who wish to join us online. We are using Zoom as a means of holding our meetings in the convenience of your own home.

Even if you're not a member of PCS we urge you to attend our online meetings. Both members and non-members may do so in advance of the meeting by registering below. You will receive a password and link to the meeting by email. This step is necessary to keep out spammers and hackers. You may join the meeting no earlier than 15 minutes prior to the scheduled start time.

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For information on how to get and use a Zoom account please click the button below.

Getting started with Zoom

For additional information about Zoom by John Carter please click the button below.

Zoom Help


December 3, 2022 - Saturday - 1:00-3:00 PM
Digital Photography SIG - Leader: Phil Ball

Zoom meeting will open at 12:45 PM

Phil Ball, a photo enthusiast for over half a century, will share his ongoing education in all aspects of digital photography. Phil regularly peppers his programs with an eclectic mix of photo examples, shooting suggestions and post-production demonstrations. Since the advent of smartphones with cameras built in, everyone can take photos and will benefit from Phil's experience and advice.

Register in advance for this meeting

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

December 17, 2022 - Saturday - 1:00-3:00 PM
General Meeting - Leader: JB Burke

Zoom meeting will open at 12:45 PM

Social Media for Seniors

What is social media? Do you want to find old friends, make new friends, and keep up with what your children and grandchildren are doing? What to share and not to share. How often should you post, and more will be covered in this presentation. Plus, social media, doctors say, are also healthy—it keeps seniors mentally and socially vital.

Second Hour: Tips & Tricks - Phil Ball
Today’s program will be followed by Windows Master Phil Ball with another helping of his famous Windows 10 Tips & Tricks. No matter how well you know Windows, you will be sure to come away from Phil's session with at least one new insight - and probably many more as well.

Register in advance for this meeting

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Other Computer Groups Sharing Meetings

Through PCS' affiliation with APCUG (see below) you may also virtually attend other computer club meetings throughout the country. Check out the wide selection of programs available to you.

Other Virtual Meetings

random meeting photoA typical PCS meeting scene.

General Information About PCS

The Prescott Computer Society (PCS) is a PC-based users group located in Prescott, Arizona. Our primary attention is focused on IBM-compatible computers, associated software and smart phones. We strive to provide personal, home office and small business computing solutions and presentation topics. You may obtain both basic and advanced information about computers by attending our club's meetings.

We hold several meetings each month to show you how to get the most out of your computer. These are our General meeting and several Special Interest Group meetings. Anyone with an interest in computers is welcome to attend our meetings and join PCS.

PCS is a member of the Association of Personal Computer User Groups (APCUG).

Fun Stuff

A typical "Stump The Geeks" Q&A session which is chaired by some of our favorite PCS members. It's always full of laughter and is enjoyed by all those who attend.

We often hold Question and Answer sessions at General meetings where our members attempt to "Stump The Geeks" with their questions about computer and smartphone problems and other related issues.

Do the geeks ever get stumped? Of course, once in a while they do but we all appreciate the very interesting and informative discussions that are held. I guess you'll just have to come to a meeting to see for yourself.

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