Learn how to use the performance monitor in Windows 7 and Windows 8; some really good thoughts… in brief about phone plans; a windows based audio player that will play just about any format imaginable; how to enable the hidden “show desktop” feature in Windows 8; and, get your own 80 ounce beer belly.
Plan on seeing a lot more of Geek Squeaks’, featuring a round-up of tech products, news, software, apps, articles, you name it; from my favorite tech web sites… I just plain love tech!
Performance Monitor, also known as PerfMon.exe or PerfMon.msc: a complex tool used to do just what it sounds like it does – monitor the performance of your computer. Using it, you can see how your computer manages its resources. This can help you make choices about which programs work the best in unison for your computer. For example – READ MORE
There are so many options anymore it can make your head spin. This may date me a little, but I miss the days when I could walk into a cellular dealer, pick out a free
brick phone, tell them I don’t want to pay any more than $30 a month for data and minutes, and walk out with a smile on my face and a new brick phone in my hand – READ MORE
BZR Player is a sound player for Windows with the primary goal being able to play a lot of different file formats, currently over 480 different ones. It is developed using C++ and QT. The sound engine is based on FMOD. The first version was released 12-Apr-2008. – READ MORE
A lot of people might wonder if the Show Desktop feature has been removed in Windows 8, particularly since the taskbar area that housed the button is bare and empty. Don’t worry though – the Show Desktop feature is hidden in Windows 8. – READ MORE
The Beerbelly brings Freedom to the Beverage. Now you can drink what you want, when you want, where you want, with no hassles and for less money. what more could you ask for? – READ MORE