Be Sure To Visit My Sister Site – Bookmarks4Techs

If you are regular visitor to What’s On My PC, you surely have noticed that I have links posted to my sister site – Bookmarks4Techs.

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Bookmark4Techs started out as a personal project of mine as a result of managing my personal blog – What’s On My PC.  When searching for content for my blog, I found myself constantly trolling the internet in search of the latest and the greatest in computers, software, and information technology.

I found, for the matter of convenience, that if I listed the sites I regularly visited on a web page, I could troll the internet at a much faster rate (especially with today’s tabbed browsers). It was after a certain point of collecting numerous tech related websites that I realized that this collection may be of use and interest to others.  I love visiting other tech blogs (and sites) and I am constantly adding to this collection.  It is amazing how good theses sites and blogs really are.

Bookmarks4Techs is not just for techs; it is for everyone. As a matter of fact it is a great conduit to Amazon.com where I am currently serving as an affiliate. For example, if you click on the computer and accessories tab you will be redirected directly to Amazon’s site on Computer Accessories. It all has been an experiment of sorts to test out the affiliate experience (to see if it really works) and at the same time give people a launching point to other technology sites. You will find the sidebars loaded with RSS feeds to some of the best tech sites out there; plus, if you click on the Bookmarks4Techs tab you will be taken to my collection of tech sites (currently over 600 sites and growing).

Also, in an effort to draw people to Bookmarks4Techs I am constantly trolling for tech bargains and new technologies that have surfaced on the market and any other tech related products that may be of interest to you. I especially use Amazon.com, TigerDirect, Circuit City, NewEgg, and CompUSA to locate products of interest.

I ask that you “pass the word”…
Bookmark and blogroll Bookmarks4Techs
 
so that it may grow in popularity.

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What’s On My PC Blogroll Updated – Two New Sites Added

It has been awhile since I updated the blogroll (located at the right side of the blog). Sites (or blogs) that have not posted in over a year have been removed AND sites (or blogs) that no longer have a link exchange with What’s On My PC have been removed.  If I have inadvertently removed a site from the blogroll, please let me know.

Also, please welcome two new sites (reflected below) that have been added to the blogroll where link exchanges have been made.

TechnicaMix

TechnicaMix

All That Your Computer Needs

All That Your Computer Needs

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Computers & Accessories Index

Over 600 Bookmarked Tech Sites

Featured Article

An Amazingly Colorful 10.1″ Tablet PC
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Over 500 Tech Sites Listed in One Place

Many of you who visit the blog know that I maintain a second site called Bookmarks4Techs.

Bookmarks4Techs

Bookmarks4Techs, in my guesstimation, is one of the largest listings of tech sites on the internet. Today I punched through the 500 mark and have a ton more to add to the list.

If you are someone that has a desire to learn about information technology and computers, then Bookmarks4Techs will literally keep you busy, not for hours, but for weeks.

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Bookmarks4Techs: Site Updates

Be sure to check out my sister web site: Bookmarks4Techs.com

Two updates have taken place since my last posting. I am slowly getting it together with the site and the page views and visitors are increasing daily.

Site Update #7

Site Update #8

The updates, when posted include Newly Added Sites, Featured FREE Software, a Featured Site, and Featured Geek Gear (where you can get some great bargains).

If you are a blogger or an owner of a tech web site and you add Bookmarks4Techs to your blogroll, let me know and I will embolden your site name to standout.  You may even appear as a featured site on one of the updates. Currently there are 424 sites listed.

Anyway, I’m having some fun with this and hope to see you there.

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Launch Pad – A Gigantic Collection of Over 350 Tech Sites

If you are into computers and information technology, then you need to visit the

What’s On My PC
Launch Pad
Click the “Launch Pad” to
see  my collection of links
to over 350
Tech Sites and Blogs

The Launch Pad is a growing collection of links to over 350 tech sites and blogs.  I have been collecting Tech site links ever since I started blogging. If you do not see your tech site or blog on the  Launch Pad, please let me know and I will be glad to add it.

The most recent additions to the Launch Pad are:

WebTechPoint
Gadget Planet
BNET
Mark’s Blog
Spywarevoid
Tricks-Collections.com
FreeTechJournal
Soft Sailor
Computer Repair Help
Infrequent Geek
Techtree
FreeFunFiles
Canadian Tech Blogger
Instant Fundas
ReadWriteWeb
Chicago Mac/PC Support
SwatSpam
ShoutMeloud
Beep The Geek
WebWorkerDaily
OStatic
Million Clues
Raymond.cc
Browserland
Otak Komputer
My Tech Quest
The Windows Club
Windows 7 Forums
Within Windows
The Windows 7 Blog
Techlicious
Ask Dave Taylor!
Sync
Geeks to Go!
Technically Inspired
GeekSugar
Google Tutor
AccessTech News
Techtites
Computer Tips and Tricks
Crenk
The Unofficial Web Application List
iTechWorld
TechBlizz
PCSafety.us

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Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#24)

Blogging is work, that is an exercise of the mind… The bloggers reflected below, and on the “What’s On My PC…” blogroll, consistently pump out article after article with no let up.  The information that is provided are excellent resources to those who are interested in learning more about, and keeping up to date with, computers and information technology. Reflected below is this week’s roundup of articles harvested from the “What’s On My PC…” blogroll community. Show your support by visiting these blogs and leaving a comment or two.

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thePC Security
How to Access and Open Password Encypted Word Files

Teck~Line Lounge
Create a Free Realistic Avatar with Evolver. (Web App)

TTC Shelbyville
AVG near Top for detection – Notice the Big Guns

Techolar
Marketing Products Online

AKS-Feel The Change
Malware Authors Targeting CAD User

Technize
See All the Hacked And Defaced Websites

411-Spyware.com
How to Remove Total Security 2009

Plato on-line
Digital Danger (edited)

Tech-for Everyone
Keep Your Dreams Alive*

AskBillFirst
Sell Your Old Electronics – Help Reduce Ewaste

Bill Mullins’ Weblog – Tech Thoughts
7 Excellent Online Security Blogs Worth Subscribing To

Carol’s Vault
Create polaroids from your photos

Sugarloaf Tech
Blackberry Home Screen Icons – How to change

Evilfantasy’s Blog
A New Version of Google Search?

Snakebytez
Tiny Program to Automatically Shutdown Computer

Is You GEEKed Up
Using Magnets to Organize Your USB Cables and Stuffs

Free PC Security
TDSS, TDSServ and Other Rootkit Removal

Scoroncocolo
Google Page Rank

Lifehacker
Digsby Joins the Dark Side, Uses Your PC to Make Money

Rarst.net
How to restore system file from Windows disc

Mrintech
15 Top & Useful Posts at Mrintech: Just for You!

Piyada’s World
Idea to create cool colorful tab on Firefox

What’s On My PC
How to use a Blackberry Smartphone
with a cheap “Pay As You Go” mobile phone plan…

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Over 240 Tech Blogs and Sites In One Place

One of my favorite computer past times is searching for new computer information, software and tech related blogs (and sites). Some people collect baseball cards; I collect tech blogs. Recently the collection surpassed a total of 240 blogs and sites that can be accessed by clicking on the Launch Pad icon located on the sidebar of the blog.  The blogs that you see in the Launch Pad collection that display a larger font size, are those blogs that are part of the What’s On My PC… blogroll community.

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Recently I added the following blogs and sites to the Launch Pad for your reading pleasure.  Enjoy!

Luv GadGet dot com

Mrintech

thePC Security

Technowpedia

Digital Quest

PC Computer Tips

Big Geek Daddy

Web Talk

To The PC

Marco Folio.net

Global Nerdy

ez-gadget.com

About Tricks

Anwar Blog

Computelogy

CrazzyCool

Danzy World*

Devil’s Lab

Freewares n Betas

Hack-Genius

HellBound Bloggers

Internet Technology Blog

Netzsavvy

One Trick A Day

PCDrome

Computing Unleashed

SnapHow.com

Software and Learning of Encyclopedia

Tech Guru

Techno-Entertainment Blog

Techonoid

Teen Tech Guru

Trick’s Machine

UpcomingTechs.com

WinPatrol Blog

Techie-Pinoy

Hacker’s Lane

TechCruser

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Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#23)

If you are not familiar with “Geek Squeaks”, I encourage you to [CLICK HERE] to preview the past articles put together by the bloggers that are on the “What’s On My PC…” blogroll.  Each week I randomly select an article, that has been published by these authors (during the week), and include the selected article in the roundup.  I encourage you to visit and support these blogs.

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Daily Free Software
MediaMonkey

Bill Mullins’ Weblog – Tech Thoughts
Dangerous Porn Sites – Tips on How to Avoid Them

Tech-for Everyone
I Do Not Want IE 8*

Plato On-Line
Interesting Twitter Users Data

The Spyware Biz Blog
Be aware of your kids online pursuits

Teck~Line
How To Gain Organic Traffic For Your Blog!!!

411-Spyware.com
How to Remove Advanced Antivirus Remover

Carol’s Vault
Beautiful dual monitor wallpapers

AKS-Feel The Change
Watermark Your Images for Free

Free PC Security
DriverMax 5.1 – Free Driver Updates

AskBillFirst
Printing Long Documents
so they come out in the right order

Rarst.net
IsMyBlogWorking.com – better than ping

Lifehacker
This Week’s Top Downloads [Download Roundup]

TTC Shelbyville
Freeware for Your USB Drive

Piyada’s World
Idea to get instant Gmail notification on iPhone

Carputers
Up your GMail skills!

Snakebytez
WildBit Viewer: Fast Image Viewer
with slideshow and Editor

Scoroncocolo
What’s The Best Web Browser

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FREE Layers of Protection!

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Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#22)

This week we have another stellar performance from the blogs on the “What’s On My PC…” blogroll.  The articles reflected below are articles that have been drafted within the past 7 days from authors from various backgrounds and locations.  I think you will find that the content provided is at a level comparable to articles you would see on many of the commercial sites.  I personally have come to rely on these sites to keep myself up to date in the world of information technology.

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Snakebytez RAMRush
Free Memory Management and Optimization Tool

Tux in the Midwest
How to Buy a PC

Piyada’s World
Get Aero Glass Transparency Effects
in Windows XP and on non-capable system

TTC Shelbyville
Freeware Encryption Programs
Help Make Your Computer Safe

Bill Mullins’ Weblog – Tech Thoughts
How to Piss Off a Blogger

Free PC Security
System Security & Other Malware Removal

AskBillFirst
Exposed: the PC repair shops
that rifle through your photos and passwords

Tech-for Everyone
New Laptop For School

Sugarloaf Tech
Snow Leopard Available for Pre-Order

Rarst.net
PicPick Tools – best screenshot tool candidate

Lifehacker
Google Chrome Theme Gallery
Open for Business, 30 New Themes Await [Customization]

Scoroncocolo
Long Tail Seo

AKS-Feel The Change!
How to Rename Multiple Files at Once

411-Spyware.com
How to Remove PC MightyMax 2009

Teck~Line
Mozzila Released a new security update for firefox 3.5
(Version 3.5.2)

Plato on-line
Is Social Networking Dangerous to Teeners?

Is You Geeked Up
Twitter Finally Starts Filtering Malware Links [PC Security]

Confessions of a Freeware Junkie
Host your own secure file website for your small business: Accellion Green EX Virtual Appliance

Crazy World of G
Postbox

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Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#21)

We are now entering the 21st week of “Geek Squeaks”…  The “What’s On My PC…” blogroll community, continues to mill out, article after article, tech information that would make the experts blush. This is my way, at “What’s On My PC…”, to shine light on these authors for the contributions they make to help others. The articles reflected are articles posted in the past 7 days.  I encourage you to visit these sites, on a regular basis, to learn more about computers and technology.

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Tech-for Everyone
Is That A Terabyte In Your Pocket (PC)?

Bill Mullins’ Weblog – Tech Thoughts
Free Lifetime License for
SUPERAntiSpyware Professional – 20 to Give Away

Teck~Line
New Mockup Release of Firefox 4.0

Sugarloaf Tech
Restore Task Manager

The Abbey Rose
ScribeFire

The Spyware Biz Blog
Your Internet data will vanish!

TTC Shelbyville
Remove Old Drivers to Optimize Your Operating System

Snakebytez
Product Key Finder

Tux in the Midwest
World of Warcraft… the Movie?

Scoroncocolo
Vista and XP Keyboard Shortcuts

AKS-Feel The Change
PC World Magazine August 2009

Rarst.net
iConvert – online image to all-platforms icons converter

411-Spyware.com
How to Remove “Your System Is Infected!” Popup

Plato On-Line
Internet Nuclear Attack Possibility

Carol’s Vault
Moovida – Bring the best of internet video,
music and images to your HDTV, laptop or PC

Piyada’s World
Create Gif image or make funny face online free with Loogix

Crazy World of G
FilzMail

Lifehacker
SuperF4 Truly Kills Faltering Windows Apps

Evilfantasy’s Blog
F-Secure Health Check

Free PC Security
Windows Steady State – Free Hard Disk Protection

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Geek Squeaks of the Week (#20)

Whew…  What a week here for me; but, I’ve managed to get out the Geek Squeaks’.  Geek Squeaks is a collection of articles, from the past week, by the authors (or site administrators) of blogs that are on my blogroll. If you want to “get up to speed” on the latest in technology, I encourage you to visit these sites and to visit the “Geek Squeaks” category listing at the side of the blog (to pull up past articles).  Thank you!

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Tux in the Midwest
Windows 7 is Beautiful

AKS-Feel The Change
avast! 5 Beta soon available for Download

TTC Shelbyville
Insecure.Org Unveils
Nmap Security Scanner Version 5.00 – DarkReading

411-Spyware.com
How to Remove Security Mechanic

The Abbey Rose
Firefox and free solutions

AskBillFirst
But it fit…

Teck~Line
First look at the Up Coming Firefox’s 3.7’s design

Carol’s Vault
DISQUS | Turn Blog Comments
a Powerful Comment System

Tech-for Everyone
Cybercriminals Target Clueless Vacationers

Carputers
Ashampoo Office 2008 for cheap (or free…)

Bill Mullins’ Weblog – Tech Thoughts
You’re in Luck – Perfect
Defender 2009 License Key

Is You GEEKed Up
High Quality Portable Audio Setup On A Budget

Sugarloaf Tech
Restore Task Manager

Lifehacker
How Cash Over Credit Can Save You Money

Scoroncocolo
What Is SEO? – SEO Do’s and Don’ts

Piyada’s World
How to check dead pixel in LCD monitors?

Rarst.net
Snowbird – stupidly simple and fast file manager

Plato on-line
Obama Wants Bloggers’ Help

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Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#18)

If you haven’t checked out Geek Squeaks here on the blog, you do not know what you are missing.  Each week random articles are selected from the sites that are listed on my blogroll (see sidebar of the blog) as a way to say “Thank you” to the authors; and to help promote their blogs. Blogs are excellent ways to learn from real people in the real world.

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TTC Shelbyville
Convert any Video, Sound or Music File

Tux in the Midwest
Why the Zune HD is better than the iPod (for some)

All Thats New
Digg Gets Dupe Detection Updates

AKS-Feel The Change
Make Backup and Synchronize Folders with PureSync for FREE

411-Spyware.com
How to Remove “Your PC Is Not Protected” Popup

AskBillFirst
AP News: Microsoft warns of serious computer security hole

Carol’s Vault
Nice Translator Firefox Extension

Crazy World of G
Windows Directory Printer

Evilfantasy’s Blog
Google Apps is out of beta (yes, really)

Confessions of a Freeware Junkie
Announcement: DriverMax free is now severely limited

Free PC Security
Advanced System Care from IOBit

Lifehacker
View PDFs in Google Search Results Without HTML Conversion

Piyada’s World
Gmail coming back as invitation only service?

Plato on-line
Jackson Death and Media War

Rarst.net
Vote for my WordPress story!

Snakebytez
Privacy and Registry Cleaner

Bill Mullins’ Weblog – Tech Thoughts
Spammers Go Short – Cut Link Lengths

Tech-for Everyone
Tech Paul’s One Piece of Advice

Technize.com
Which Version Of DotNet Framework Is Installed On Your System?

Techsense
How data can be stored in bacteria ?

Teck~Line
“Light Box Hack” For Wp.com

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Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#17)

I cannot believe that when I started this weekly listing, 17 weeks ago, that it would become such a popular piece on the blog. If you do not know what “Geek Squeaks” are (???); they are articles I randomly select, on a weekly basis, that are created by the authors from the “What’s On My PC…” blogroll community. The community is a mixed array of professionals and everyday computer users that provide (what I consider) better than commercial grade information.  Enjoy!

Geek Squeaks

Bill Mullins’ Weblog – Tech Thoughts
FireFox 3.5 Released Today

Tech-for Everyone
How To Make A Copy Of Your Favorites List

Sugarloaf Tech
Windows 7 Upgrade Promotion

Technize.com
Which Version Of DotNet Framework
Is Installed On Your System?

The Spyware Biz Blog
Microsoft introduces Morro

Snakebytez
Automated cleanup tool
to remove the .NET Framework
1.0, 1.1, 2.0, 3.0 and 3.5

Techsense
Format A HDD With Notepad

Rarst.net
OpenOffice.org (plus portable)

Teck~Line
Facebook Is Going To Announce
Their Privacy Changes Tomorrow

Plato On-Line
Ugliest Dog ‘Champion’

TTC Shelbyville
Find Your Internal and External IP address

Piyada’s World
How to Password Protect USB Flash Drive?

Tux In The Midwest
My netbook aspirations – HP Mini 5101

Lifehacker
Use Your Car Alarm as a
Home Security Panic Button

AKS-Feel The Change!
Windows Startup Methods

Is You GEEKed UP
Find Your Lost Pre With GPS Tracking

AllThatsNew
Michael Jackson Searches Explodes On Google

Free PC Security
Microsoft Security Essentials – Beta

411-Spyware.com
How to Remove USAntispy

Evilfantasy’s Blog
Celebrity malware

AskBillFirst
AskBillFirst Newsletter #11

Crazy World of G
Windows Directory Printer

Carol’s Vault
Merriam Webster Visual Dictionary Online

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Geek Squeaks of the Week (#16)

If you are new (or old) to information technology and computers; these (featured) articles on “What’s On My PC…” are for you. The articles are by authors who spend a great deal of their time putting the articles together (for FREE) to keep you and me abreast of the latest in computers, software, security and information technology. The articles are in no particular order or ranking and are randomly selected from my blogroll community.

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AKS-Feel The Change
Another Major Web Threat :
Nine-Ball Compromises More Than 40,000 Legitimate Websites

Tux In The Midwest
Microsoft Enters the Free Anti-Malware Arena

AllThatsNew
Google Taking A Leap Forward By Identifying Landmarks

TTC Shelbyville
Fixing a Computer with A and W Root Beer

411-Spyware.com
How to Remove ErrorFix

Tech~Line
Failure Friday is now open for viewing

AskBillFirst
Disposable Email Address – What Is It Good For?

Technize.com
Analyze And Fix Vulnerabilities In Your System

Carol’s Vault
Increase bandwidth for networks and internet connections

Tech-for Everyone
Top Ten Internet Safety Tips for Children

Confessions of a Freeware Junkie
Announcement: Spiceworks 4.0 is out!

Bill Mullins’ Weblog – Tech Thoughts
Best Spam Story Ever! Thanks Pastor Mike

Crazy World of G
Google Voice Tomorrow?

Sugarloaf Tech
Vista – Launching Games is Slow

Is You GEEKed Up
Secunia PSI – Great Utility
to Quickly Get Software Update Notification

Spyware Biz
Microsoft introduces Morro

Lifehacker
The Credit Scores You Don’t Get to See

Snakebytez
Anti-Malware Toolkit

Piyadas World
4 Tools to add a start menu on USB flash drives

Plato on-line
The ‘Computer Terrorist’

Rarst.net
Forget the right ways to do things

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Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#15)

Here we go again… Another GREAT round of tech articles provided by the blogroll community featured on “What’s On My PC…”. I think you find that the articles these authors carefully create on their blogs provide a vast array of tech information that’s suitable for all audience levels.

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How Risky is Peer to Peer (P2P) File Sharing?

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Bill Mullins’ Weblog –
Tech Thoughts
Save money on your next computer purchase

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Sugarloaf Tech
Create a Quick Launch for USB “Safely Remove”

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Tech-for Everyone
Some search words are security risks

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Spyware Biz
Find Detailed System Information In Windows

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Technize.com
Free Video Cutter

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SnakeBytez
Teck~Line Now Has a Members Only Forum

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Teck~Line
Opera Unite – are browsers out of feature ideas?

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Rarst.net
Are you breaking the law with your Wireless Network?

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TTC Shelbyville
Zettabyte and 10 Billion DVD’s

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Plato on-line
What Kind of Tech User are You?

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Tux in the Midwest
View Expert Exchange solution free

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Piyada’s World
Firefox 3.5 Upgrades to Release Candidate for Beta Testers

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Lifehacker
Day 5 After Palm Pre Release – Over 1700 Apps Available

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Is You GEEKed Up
Common Blue Screen Errors and Their Meanings

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Free PC Security
Improve the lifetime of memory cards

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Evilfantasy’s Blog
Podcasts on your BlackBerry or iPhone: Stitcher

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Confessions of a Freeware Junkie
IBM Lotus Symphony 1.3 Released

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Carputer’s
To-Do Lists from Mind Tools – Learn how to plan your time intelligently

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Carol’s Vault
Windows Updates-Revisited

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AskBillFirst
How to Remove Protection System

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411-Spyware.com
Opera Unite Redefines The Web Browser

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AllThatsNew
EarthLink Protection Control Center Powered By Kaspersky FREE

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AKS – Feel The Change

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Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#14)

Geek Squeaks'Here is this week’s roundup of articles from the blogs that are on the “What’s On My PC…” blogroll!  If you currently maintain a Tech blog and desire to exchange links; please comment below and I will contact you.  Thank you!

PayPalSucks – Plato On-Line

GADGET: Is the Palm Pre an iPhone Killer? – Tux in the Midwest

Change Task Manager – Technize.com

Convert Audio/Video file Online for FREE – AKS – Feel The Change!

Rescue a hard drive, partition or reset a password using PING – TTC Shelbyville

Google Squared Organizes Search Results In Spreadsheet Form – AllThatsNew

Safari 4 Shows a great start as it goes Public – Tech~Line

How to Remove YOUR – DAD – NAKED – hahahaha . pif – 411-Spyware.com

Fix a Noisy Laptop – AskBillFirst

Troubleshooting Installing Programs On Win 7 – Tech-for Everyone

40+ awesome free Windows apps from Downloadsquad.com – Carol’s Vault

How Risky is Peer to Peer (P2P) File Sharing? – Tech Thoughts

ArchView – Firefox Add-on – Evilfantasy’s Blog

Outlook stuck in a loop trying to receive mail – Sugarloaf Tech

PC Tools Firewall Plus Version 5 – Free – Free PC Security

Three kinds of software I totally don’t get – Rarst.net

Palm Pre Multitasking and Speed Test Video Demonstration – Is You GEEKed UP

6 Free lifesaver utility for Windows User to stop hair loss – Piyada’s World

Five Best Alternative File Copiers – Lifehacker

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Tech-for Everyone, and I mean Everyone

One of my favorite blogging past times is writing about authors and creators of other blogs. I have been at this almost a year and have established some great connections with other people who maintain blogs and who take what they write about seriously. One of those blogs where the “connectivity” between their blog and mine just sort of happened, or was fate, has been “Tech-for Everyone” .

Tech-for Everyone

TechPaul, the author of “Tech-for Everyone” is a Computer Tech, by profession [ CLICK HERE ] , that has the uncanny ability to reach plain folks like us when it comes to computers, software, technology, etc…  To me this is a real attribute to becoming great computer tech.

If you have a real interest in computers and information technology; AND, you do not have “Tech-for Everyone” bookmarked in your browser, then you are missing out on a real gem.  There is something there for “Everyone” that can be understood by “Anyone”…

I do not know how many articles TechPaul has rolled out, but here is a sampling of articles to get you started with his blog.

How did they get my e-mail?

What’s to say about Windows 7?

Manage Startup programs in Vista

How to boot from a CD

Just Say “No” To mylife.com

Adding programs to your Startup Folder

Quick Tip: overcome “access denied” in Vista’s Command Prompt

“My Taskbar disappeared” and other simple tweaks (updated)

How to fix a “lost” Internet connection

My Startup folder is a clown car

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Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#13)

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Here are this weeks’ highlight “tech” articles from bloggers on the “What’s On My PC…” blogroll. If you are new (or old) to computers, I encourage you to visit these blogs. You can learn a whole lot very quickly from, what I consider, very reputable sources.

A Tech’s First Impression of Windows 7 64-bit – Tech-for Everyone

Fully Optimize Windows Vista Services – Technize.com

Wipe Your Blackberry – Sugarloaf Tech

Knockout Malware With SUPERAntiSpyware Free Edition – Bill Mullins’ Weblog – Tech Thoughts

rsizr.com – quite advanced way to resize images online – Rarst.net

Receive a FREE prepaid cell phone from Safe Link Wireless- Tech-Line

Computer Security and Firewall Ports – TTC Shelbyville

TOY: M-Audio KeyStation 49 Review – Tux in the Midwest

Most Dangerous Websites – Plato on-line

Free Windows7 Tips and Trick Ebook – Piyada’s World

KillCopy Speeds Up Disk Transfers and Securely Deletes Files – Lifehacker

Get alerts for specific phrases – AKS – Feel The Change

Watch Out Safari: New Opera 10 Goes Turbo – AllThatsNew

How to Remove “Testversion” Popup – 411-Spyware.com

Splinter Cell: Conviction – Sam is back with shorter hair and sexier than ever – Carol’s Vault

Article: Panda Cloud Antivirus installed. Ok Cloud, fix me up – Confessions of a freeware junkie

Email Misunderstanding – Crazy World of G

BoonEx – Free Community Website Builder Software – Is You GEEKed Up

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Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#8)

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I can only say WOW!  Another round of great articles, during the past week, from the top tech blogs on the internet… You can be part of this weekly listing by adding “What’s On My PC…” to your blogroll… 

Thank you!


Synchronize Two Folders to have a Backup – TTC Shelbyville

Have You Gone Virtual Yet? – Tech-for Everyone

Convert Any File Online For Free – AKSHAT

YouTube RealTime: FriendFeed-Style Notifications All In Real Time [Do You Have An Invite?] – AllThatsNew

FireFox 3.0.10 Released – Fixes Crash Issues – Bill Mullins Weblog – Tech Thoughts

Good support is always a good thing, even with Malware – The Spyware Biz Blog

How to Remove Virus Shield 2009 – 411-Spyware.com

Google fixes severe Chrome security hole | Webware – CNet – AskBillFirst

The Best Free Antivirus? – Carputers News and Computer Tips

How to Optimize USB Drives – SnakeBytes

Introducing Appnews.net – awesome software updates – Rarst.net

System management akin to DameWare and Hyena: Purgos 3.0.249 – Confessions of a Freeware Junkie

Microsoft Wireless Laser 8000 Mouse Review – Crazy World of G

A simple way to keep you out from internet addiction – Piyadas World

Office 2010 Screenshots Preview What’s to Come – Lifehacker

Free SUPERAntiSpyware Pro Giveaway – Evilfantasy’s Blog

PHORM – Invading Your Privacy – Free PC Security

VDownloader – download and convert YouTube videos – Great Free Software Utilities

AND A BLAST FROM THE PAST

Beware! Telephone Bill Rip-Off…

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What’s On My PC… BLOG UPDATES!

The following sites or blogs have been added to the “What’s On My PC… LAUNCH PAD” (located on the right side of the blog posts).

Shell Extension City

DonationCoder.com

Raymond.cc

Smashing Magazine

The Launch Pad can be used to visit the numerous quality web sites and blogs that are listed. It is conveniently setup so that if you click on a link it will open in a new separate window. That way you can click on a link, a separate window will open, which will allow you to conveniently return to the “Launch Pad” when you are finished visiting the site. The Sites and Blogs reflected in the listing are all maintained and updated on a regular basis. If you are someone who is into open source software, freeware applications and technology information, I encourage you to use the “Launch Pad”.

I am slowly adding to the “Portable Apps” tab located at the top of the blog. The applications I have listed are applications that I personally use on my portable USB flash drives. Also, under the “Freebies” tab, I added a couple more goodies.  You will also notice at the top of each page there is a search box that will allow you to search the blog for specific information that has been posted.  This is a nice “add-on” provided by WordPress to enhance the efficiency of the blog.  A big “THANK YOU” to WordPress for this enhancement (widget).

Thank you for visiting and I hope you continue to come back.

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