OpenDNS … Something to try…

Did you know that by using a “FREE” DNS (“Domain Name System”) service called OpenDNS you can make your internet browsing experience faster, reliable and safer? I currently use OpenDNS as a layer of protection from web site phlishing; plus, by setting up an account with OpenDNS, I can use the built in Parental Controls… Continue Reading →

Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#97)

Geek Squeaks’ is a weekly roundup of articles that have been posted by the blogs that are associated with the What’s On My PC blogroll.  You will notice that a couple of new blogs has joined the pack that are a welcome addition toward helping us learn more about information technology and computers. NEW –… Continue Reading →

Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#66)

Welcome to Geek Squeaks’; your weekly roundup of tech articles produced by the members of the What’s On My PC blogroll community. I think you will find that there is something here for everyone! Laptops Review Central MSI launches GX740 gaming laptop Paul’s Home Computing Blog The Ideal Home Computing Environment Worthy Tips Top 5… Continue Reading →

Test DNS Server Performance

If you been following the tech blogs, there has been a lot of talk about DNS (Domain Naming System) and which DNS nameserver settings to use that will ultimately optimize and make your internet experience faster and safer. For example, instead of using my internet service provider’s default DNS settings, I have opted to the… Continue Reading →

Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#40)

If you have an obsession for information technology and computers, then you need to follow these blogs.  Listed is this weeks Geek Squeaks’; a sampling of articles (from the past 7 days) from the bloggers that are on the What’s On My PC blogroll. Talk about a great community of bloggers; none like it around!… Continue Reading →

Google’s Public DNS Resolution Service

Google, within the past several days, announced that they are now offering a FREE, global Domain Name System (DNS) resolution service, that you can use as an alternative to your current DNS provider (which is usually through your Internet Service Provider). The DNS protocol is an important part of the web’s infrastructure, serving as the… Continue Reading →

Geek Squeaks of the Week (#19)

The “What’s On My PC…” blogroll community continues to produce tech articles that are comparable, in content, to commercial blog publications. It is an honor to be associated with such a great bunch of authors that produce and deliver information with the objective in mind of helping other people.  Reflected is a sampling of posts,… Continue Reading →

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