Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#96)

Computers and Information Technology is changing at a rate like never seen before. To keep up with the changes, to protect yourself and to learn about the new technologies; it is important to find good resources. Listed below are the resources I depend on to help keep me touch, that I highly recommend.

Geek Squeaks'

Techpiper
Kompozer -The best free webeditor

Awesome Wallpapers
Star Wars Wallpaper Set 9

My Technology Guide
Microsoft Releases Attack Surface Analyzer Security Tool

TTC Shelbyville
Test If You Can Multi-task

I Want Ice Water
The Trouble With Hierarchies

404 Tech Support
Google Releases Google Cloud Print Beta To The Public

Worthy Tips
How To Know Wi-Fi Information Around Your PC

I Love Free Software
Image Tools: Bulk Image Converter, Resizer, Cropper, Watermarker

Netbook Freeware
Security Process Explorer: Free Windows Task Manager Alternative
for Netbooks

Chicago Mac/PC Support
Cisco: Puppy cams threaten Internet

PC Optimization Secrets
Is Desktop PC Dead?

Malware Removal Instructions
How to remove Windows Scan and Memory Scan (Uninstall Guide)

AKSGEEK Live
Microsoft Release OneNote app for iPhone, free for Limited Time

Online Storage Reviews
Preserving Your Memories Online

Gadgetsholic
MetroPCS Samsung Forte Leaked

Tech-for Everyone
Skype Malware Now Attacks Apple?

Rarst.net
Light-Bot 2.0 – programming puzzle game

Lifehacker
What Are Your Favorite Search Tricks?

TuneUp Blog about Windows
Do Security Solutions Slow Down Your PC? (Part 1 – Introduction)

Paul’s Home Computing Blog
5 Dumbest Things To Do With Email Spam

RGdot
My Calendar: Freeware Calendar And Date Utility

Carol’s Vault
PDFZilla Time-limited Giveaway – Get PDFZilla For FREE!

Faster PC! Clean! Clean!
How to Remove Smart Scan

Plato Online
There’s No Such Thing as Net Neutrality

Bill Mullins’ Weblog – Tech Thoughts
Consumer Statistics Survey –
50% Of Computer Users Lost Data In 2010

thePC Security
Automatic Email Attachment Download
From Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail and Others

Canadian Tech Blogger
Apple Hits The 10th Billion App Downloaded From App Store

What’s On My PC
What’s starting on your PC?

StumbleIt

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9 Responses to Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#96)

  1. Bill Mullins says:

    Thanks Rick.

    Coming up on 2 years of Geek Squeaks’ – amazing!

    Stamina and perseverance – you’d got both in spades!

    Bill

  2. IzaakMak says:

    Another awesome list my friend! Thanks for including me again Rick. :-D

  3. techpaul says:

    It is Wednesday again, and again you have assembled a great free education for your readers (If one went and read each article, they would be well on their way on the path of transforming from “average computer user” to “power user”).

    A genuine public service.. I hope folks will utilize.

    As always, thank you for including Tech – for Everyone in this wonderful listing.

  4. pochp says:

    Hey Rick,
    I installed Security Process Explorer but really haven’t used it. I was reviewing it today and not clicking on anything when suddenly I got a multiple system alert about ‘unauthorized use’. What do you think happened?
    poch

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