VCC Zoom Virtual Meetings
The VCC will continue to meet virtually using Zoom until it is safe to resume face to face meetings at the recreation centers.
VCC Zoom meetings are scheduled for the 1st Friday and the 3rd Friday of the month.
A formal invitation will be distributed via e-mail to everyone who has signed up for the Club’s Mailing List prior to the Zoom meeting date.
It will contain all of the information needed to login to our Zoom meeting room as well as a summary of the presentation to be given at the meeting.
Additional details regarding the schedule of meetings, upcoming presentations for the remainder of the calendar year, as well as pdf copies of presentations given at previous meetings can be found on the websites of the VCC or the Villages Computers Plus (VCP) clubs.
Join the Club
There is no formal membership requirement and there are no dues – all you need to do is join our Mailing List.
E-Mail and Notices from our Club
To Subscribe to our email list to receive regular meeting announcement notices, and occasional special notices that address subjects of particular interest click on “Get VCC emails” and add SUBSCRIBE to the subject line of the email.
To Unsubscribe from the VCC email distribution list click on “Stop VCC emails” and add UNSUBSCRIBE to the subject line of the email.
Submit a Question to our Club
To email your question to the club click “Submit a Question”
The Villages Computer Club is no longer involved in facilitating the donation of computer equipment.
If you have any unused or nonfunctioning computer or electronic equipment that you wish to dispose of, please consider recycling it, rather than putting it out with the trash.
Lake County runs a recycling location for residents off Rolling Acres Road. We recommend contacting the Lake County government offices for specific information.
For those who live in Sumter or Marion counties we suggest you contact either Staples or Best Buy, since both retailers run recycling programs.
If you are concerned about personal data left on an old hard disk drive you can Google how to wipe your drive clean to protect your privacy.