Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#13)

Geek Squeaks'

Here are this weeks’ highlight “tech” articles from bloggers on the “What’s On My PC…” blogroll. If you are new (or old) to computers, I encourage you to visit these blogs. You can learn a whole lot very quickly from, what I consider, very reputable sources.

A Tech’s First Impression of Windows 7 64-bit – Tech-for Everyone

Fully Optimize Windows Vista Services –

Wipe Your Blackberry – Sugarloaf Tech

Knockout Malware With SUPERAntiSpyware Free Edition – Bill Mullins’ Weblog – Tech Thoughts – quite advanced way to resize images online –

Receive a FREE prepaid cell phone from Safe Link Wireless- Tech-Line

Computer Security and Firewall Ports – TTC Shelbyville

TOY: M-Audio KeyStation 49 Review – Tux in the Midwest

Most Dangerous Websites – Plato on-line

Free Windows7 Tips and Trick Ebook – Piyada’s World

KillCopy Speeds Up Disk Transfers and Securely Deletes Files – Lifehacker

Get alerts for specific phrases – AKS – Feel The Change

Watch Out Safari: New Opera 10 Goes Turbo – AllThatsNew

How to Remove “Testversion” Popup –

Splinter Cell: Conviction – Sam is back with shorter hair and sexier than ever – Carol’s Vault

Article: Panda Cloud Antivirus installed. Ok Cloud, fix me up – Confessions of a freeware junkie

Email Misunderstanding – Crazy World of G

BoonEx – Free Community Website Builder Software – Is You GEEKed Up


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  1. As always, I thank you for mentioning me to your readers — they are always welcome.

    That particular article is doing rather well, as it looks at two things people seem to have a curiosity about these days — the newest version of Windows, and the change to 64-bit computing.

    Weird thing about this tech stuff… it never sits still!


    1. TechPaul (my blogging buddy),

      Good thing this tech stuff does not sit still or we would reach the wall in writing our articles. Your articles on Windows 7 (past and present), I personally use as my resource for the new operating system. I have not tried or installed it; but, after reading your articles, I feel the experience and will be ready when it is final… By the way, Vista even seems a little snappier and smoother since SP2.

      Thanks for your expertise…



  2. Hey Rick! Thanks for the link again.
    I like the post ‘Firewall Ports’ by Shelbyville.
    More power to WOMP (I didn’t know your acronym sounds great till now!) 🙂


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