Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#35)

image Each week What’s On My PC features links to articles (posted within the past 7 days) from the tech blogs that are on the What’s On My PC blogroll (at the sidebar of the blog).  If you are new or old to information technology and computers, these blogs are awesome resources for keeping in tune.

Canadian Tech News Blog
Top 5 Free Software

Snakebytez
Firefox 3.6 Beta 1 now available for Download

Carputer’s News and Computer Tips
Free Software for Business Use

Tux in the Midwest
Another website launched with Drupal

Worthy Tips
How to preset safe mode boot
before rebooting in Windows OS?

Technize
Download Free Windows 7 Product Guide From Microsoft

I Love Free Software
ADrive: Free 50GB Online Storage and Backup Space

TTC Shelbyville
Control the Ping Command With Performance Pinging

The Abbey Rose
Favicon’s

Techolar
How to disinfect your computer keyboard

Mrintech
WordPress XML and XHTML Sitemap

Freeware Elite
So, do you know what is a Browser?

Technogran’s Tittle Tattle
Facebook, my pet peeves.

Tuneup Blog
Tuneup Blog Diary: Extend Your Laptop’s Battery Life (Part Two)

Computer Too Slow
Setting up Dual Monitors

Crazy World of G
Open Sesame

Lifehacker
Google Chrome Beta Adds Bookmark Sync, Speed Boost [Updates]

Rarst.net
HP ProBook 4510s – nice small business notebook

Sugarloaf Tech
How to display your birthday, not your age, in Facebook

Tech-for Everyone
Windows 7 64-bit Adventures

AskBillFirst
What Did He Mean By That? SMS and E-mail Etiquette

Free PC Security
WOT Community Trust Certificate

AKS-Feel The Change
Free Windows File Manager Alternative

Carol’s Vault
Beautiful and free vector graphics

411-Spyware.com
How to Remove BlockWatcher

Teck~Line
See What a Mac User Has To Say About Windows 7

Plato On-Line
Facebook Spamming Practices Revealed

Is You GEEKed Up
Windows 7: What’s Wrong with It?

Evilfantasy’s Blog
Fix MSE Utility – Repair Microsoft Security Essentials

Confessions of a Freeware Junkie
Sending large files to a friend without a web service?
Create a torrent!

Bill Mullins’ Weblog – Tech Thoughts
A Seriously Advanced Photo Tool – Free Image Analyzer 1.31

Right On Technology
Little Buddy GPS

Scoroncocolo Tech Pages
Backing Up and Synchronizing Files with SyncToy

What’s On My PC
Using your numeric keypad as a launcher…

StumbleIt

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9 Responses to Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#35)

  1. Colin says:

    Hi Rick,

    Many thanks for the inclusion amongst so many superb sources of information.

    Something for everyone, beginners and experienced users alike and I encourage readers to explore the various links and learn something new – together we can make a difference by helping others and sharing knowledge.

    Great list as always and very humbling to be included.

  2. techpaul says:

    Rick,
    This week I get to simply say, “I ditto Colin”.

  3. Another great round up. As Colin say, there is every thing for someone. Keep your good work.

  4. Ramblinrick says:

    Colin, TechPaul and Arafat,

    Thank you for the kind words; BUT, most of all thank you for the great articles. This is one of the reasons I love blogging is the great people such as yourselves.

    Thank you,

    Rick

  5. Dominic says:

    Great list again Rick! Another batch of interesting stuff for me to read :).

  6. Adrian says:

    Hey Rick,

    Once again I thank you for including me in your list, I find “How to preset safe mode boot before rebooting in Windows OS?” especially interesting.

    Adrian

  7. Hey Rick,
    Another great compilation of beautifully written articles. Thanks for including mine also in that list. You Rock!

    • Ramblinrick says:

      I Love Free Software,

      You know your blog, I Love Free Software is a blog that has my heart. I truly do love free software and it is my interest in software that got me into computers in the first place. I always tell people, learn about software (how to install it, tweak it, remove it, etc…), its’ what makes the computer world go round… When I was actually managing a network it was the software and having the knowledge of software (and what is out there) is what made my job successful.

      Rick

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