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  • 16 Aug 2018 9:30 PM | Anonymous member

    I recently learned of PC Matic computer security software.  Has anyone had experience with PC Matic?

  • 05 Jun 2018 10:51 PM | Anonymous member

    Which UPS would you recommend for surge protection and battery backup?

  • 10 Jan 2018 6:54 PM | Anonymous member

    I purchased the 256 GB SanDisk Ultra USB 3.0 Flash Drive from Amazon and received the drive today. When I try to copy files from my hard drive and paste the files to the USB flash drive, I receive a message that the flash drive is write protected. How do I remove the write protection from the flash drive?

  • 03 Jan 2017 6:12 PM | Deleted user
    For the Fall of 2016 we collected 38 canned goods / items. We also received $37.00 in cash donations. As you know, Dare To Care can stretch this money by purchasing food at a discount with local stores such as Kroger. Because of this, our cash donation (given as a money order) will provide 148 meals to those in need.

    Thank you for your generosity! It is greatly appreciated!
  • 01 Feb 2016 8:26 PM | Deleted user
    Thank you to all who donated to our 'Dare To Care' program this year. We received 15 pounds of canned food and $58 in cash, which was used to buy a Kroger gift card.

    Dare To Care and Kroger have an arrangement where purchased food is discounted from the 'shelf price' you and I see. So our gift card really goes further than the face value! All donations, large and small, matter, and every donation has a direct benefit to a child or family. Again, Thank you!

  • 28 Dec 2014 5:12 PM | Deleted user
    This year KIPCUG members donated 18 canned goods / items which equaled 18 pounds of food. We also received $56 in cash which was used to purchase a Kroger gift card and donated to Dare To Care. Because of your generosity, families in our community will have good, nutritious meals instead of going hungry. Thanks to all who donated!
  • 06 Jan 2014 1:27 AM | Deleted user

    In 2013 we collected 103 canned goods / items. Unfortunately, 28 of these were expired items, so our “net” contribution to Dare to Care was a total of 75 items or 67 pounds of food.

    Your contributions will give many families a hot meal and help Dare to Care prevent children from going hungry. And that's something you can feel good about! THANK YOU for your contributions!

  • 05 Jul 2013 9:12 AM | Deleted user

    Here is contact information for MOTOPHOTO from presentation July 3rd,2013.


    9451 Westport Road

    Suite 116

    Louisville KY 40241



    3965 Taylorsville Road

    Louisville, KY 40220




                   T.K. Broecker



                     Louisville KY


  • 07 May 2013 4:56 PM | Deleted user

    Please join friends and family in remembering Ron Wechsler.  We are having an informal get together to share pictures and stories.  

    When:  Saturday, May 11th
    Time: Noon- 2 p.m. 
    Where:  LVL1 - 814 E. Broadway REAR

    Main entry is from the alleyway behind the building. Park in the ORI customer parking lot (inside chain link fence) - or on the streets. (Please do not park in lots of other businesses.)

  • 15 Apr 2013 2:02 PM | Deleted user

    APCUG’s 2013 Spring Virtual Technology Conference (VTC) will be held on Saturday, May 4, from 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm Eastern time. The VTCs are gaining popularity with user group members and attendance is growing with each conference. The free sessions are 50 minutes in length and offer attendees the opportunity to ask questions via a chat window. Videos from earlier conferences can be found on APCUG’s YouTube channel


    You will find information on how to register for the virtual conference at:   

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