The Modesto PC User’s Group (MPCUG) was founded in 1982 and in 2001 celebrated its 19th year. The MPCUG provides an opportunity for users of “IBM compatible” (also referred to as Intel-based) computers to meet and share information, expertise and ideas on the subject of computers in relation to our everyday use.  But most importantly, the MPCUG exists for the sole purpose of  users helping each other, thus our motto, “User Helping User.”

How Is The Group Organized?

The Modesto PC User Group (MPCUG) is administered completely by member volunteers and employs no staff, although there is a board of directors consisting of five elected members. Also, there are five appointed positions, PC Post editor, SIG coordinator, press relations, membership and webmaster.  MPCUG is operated as a not-for-profit organization, and all collected and generated funds are used for the direct benefit of the group.

I’m a Beginner. Are there Resources To Help Me?

Yes. The MPCUG has a number of resources to help novice users get more from their Windows based computers. Our monthly newsletter, the PC Post offers eight or more pages full of articles and tips for our members, ranging from basic tips to articles on advanced topics. In addition to the PC Post, we offer a Beginner’s Special Interest Group (SIG) plus a number of other SIGs covering a variety of subjects.

I’m Not A Member, How can I join? 

Non-members are welcome to browse our site and make use of the material available online. If you would like more detailed information about our group, please send email to one of our members listed below.  And don’t forget to check out our monthly program listed on the home page. No doubt one or more of our topics will be of interest to you. Also you can go to our “I would like to join” web page.

We meet on the fourth Thursday of each months at Denny’s Restaurant 1525
McHenry Ave. Modesto, CA

MPCUG’s Random Access Special Interest Group will meet at 6:30 p.m. to field members’

Welcome! Come Try Us Out!
Computer users and anyone interested in computing are welcome to attend two meetings ¾ general or special interest group ¾ before joining.

SIG’s: Special Interest Groups: SIG’s are small informal groups that meet regularly each month to discuss, study and share information about the special interests of participants.

SIG’s are formed whenever there is interest in any specific software, subject or aspect of computer use.