Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#44)

Welcome to the 44th round of Geek Squeaks’.  If you have a passion for information technology and computers, then you are at the right place.  Geek Squeaks’ is a weekly roundup of links to articles produced by bloggers (and site owners) associated with the What’s On My PC blogroll community.  I encourage you to pay a special visit to each of these sites to support their incredible work…


Tech-for Everyone
What is Mobsync?

thePC Security
HDD Password Removal –
Crack, Clear, Unlock, Reset a Locked Hard Disk

Seems Like Everyone’s Getting Faster Internet but the U.S. – online image editor to paint walls

Microsoft urges Windows XP users to ditch old Flash version

Free PC Security
Malicious Sites January 19

Create a System Restore Point in 1-click with Quick Restore Maker

TTC Shelbyville
Online Network Tools

I Love Free Software
RegKey Backup – Free Software to Registry Backup

Worthy Tips
Download ‘Your Guide to Windows 7′ EBook

Help Haiti People: Donate Online or via Text

Canadian Tech Blogger
Firefox 3.6 RC2 Out

AKS-Feel The Change
What’s My Computer Doing?

Carol’s Vault
PDF Password Remover – remove your PDF’s restrictions
How to Remove Win Security 360

Plato On-Line
World Netizen’s Day

Bill Mullins’ Weblog – Tech Thoughts
Safe, Secure Browsing, with Free WOT Browser Add-on

Big Geek Daddy
How to Control Startup Programs

Computer Maintenance
How To Set Windows Automatic Update

Technogran’s Tittle Tattle
Windows Live Mail Wave4, it’s all looking good!

TuneUp Blog
Get More Privacy! How to Remove Personal Information from Files

Internet Security Blog
Auto Lock Computer Screen With USB – Free Download

Geeked Up
6 Important Steps on How to Maximize Firefox Screen Space

Find Your Files Faster with Windows 7

Whats On My PC
The Ultimate Clock for your Windows Desktop


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  1. Rick,
    I have no idea how many people respond to this wonderful weekly list, and click on the links you have so painstakingly provided, but I do know two things: this is a great resource; and, I am proud to be mentioned here in this fellowship of writers.


  2. TechPaul,

    Geek Squeaks’ has become quite popular. I actually love compiling this list each week. It gives me a chance to visit my favorite blogs. It is educational and fun at the same time. Never a day goes by that I don’t learn something from your blog, Tech-for Everyone.



  3. Hey Rick,

    Late to the party again LOL

    Many thanks for the inclusion of my humble offering among so many talented writers 🙂

    I have some serious catching up to do as my host pulled the plug on me without warning and the backup files were corrupt as was the hosts backup….I smell a rat but have moved to a new host and am now breaking down xml files and painstakingly going through 3 years of work to try an retrieve as much as possible as well as continue posting when I can.

    Readers – you really should visit these sites, click the links and learn a great deal 😆

    As an addendum: Easeus Partition Master Pro is available for free until the end of the month through this link

    Even if you have no use for it at the moment, download and save it, it will work in the future and this is not a limited version but the full version for home and business users alike.’s free 🙂


    1. Colin,

      I hope that you can retrieve as much as possible… That is a real bummer!

      Thank you for pointing us to the Easeus Partition Master Pro… I’m definitely going to grab it.



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