Today’s Geek Squeaks – September 9, 2013

A summary of Today’s Geek Squeaks:

Squeak #1: Are you the techie type that is called upon to assist others?  If so, download the NirLauncher which is the launching point for over 150 utilities that are useful in managing the operation of Windows based computers (see below);

Squeak #2: Windows updates occur on a regular basis and the number of these updates over the course of the life of the operating system is insurmountable; but, what do you do when you see the “optional” windows updates?  Should you are shouldn’t you?  USA Today has a good response to that (see below);

Squeak #3: Barry’s Best Windows, Android and iPhone iPad Apps blog has an Android utility that I could have used the other day with my Android phone. The utility he is featuring gives you the ability to use your smartphone’s camera to take a pic of a document and convert it, on the fly, to a PDF file (see below); AND

Squeak #4: If you are into mass quantity document scanning or quality level document scanning, then today’s featured tech product is for you (see below);


Plan on seeing  a lot more of Geek Squeaks’, featuring a round-up of tech products, news, software, apps, wallpapers, articles, you name it;  from my favorite tech web sites… I just plain love tech!

See An Endless Stream Of Geek Squeaks’ [ HERE ]

A Package Of More Than 150 Portable Freeware Utilities For Windows



NirLauncher package includes variety of tools that you may need for your daily computer use, including utilities to recover lost passwords, to monitor your network, to view and extract cookies, cache, and other information stored by your Web browser, to search files in your system, and more… GET IT HERE

Are optional Windows updates necessary?

@ USA Today


Question: What’s the deal with the “optional” updates Windows suggests I install? Are they equally unnecessary?

Answer: As a general rule, you should install the optional updates that you won’t see afterward and skip the ones that you would notice.… READ MORE

Quick PDF Scanner FREE (Android) – Scan, Organize, Share, PDF Docs From Your Phone

@ Barry’s Best Windows, Android and iPhone iPad Apps


Quick PDF Scan allows you to scan, export and share multipage documents in PDF format. The software uses the camera of your Android device to help you scan and digitize your paper documents so you can easily manage and store them… READ MORE

Easily Digitize Paper-Based Data
with the Touch of One Button

Fujitsu ScanSnap iX500 Scanner for PC and Mac


The ScanSnap iX500 is the scanner that intuitively guides you through every step of the scanning process, and lets you access your documents anywhere and anytime. Scan to and view across a range of popular cloud services, or wirelessly scan to your iPad/iPhone and Android devices… CHECK IT OUT HERE

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  1. I have a Tech Utilities program I purchased on Sept 22, 2017, and did not get my activation key from them. I cant use the program, and not able to contact them through email. Can you help m,e.
    Thanks Ron Freemyer


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