Another component of the internet that I see going forward is the ability to watch TV programs, on your computer, via your broadband connection (i.e. cable, DSL). Currently, one of the most recognized names in internet television, is Hulu. Hulu provides a broad array of programs and clips in a very easy to navigate site... Continue Reading →
Ever since the start of this blog, it has amazed me the number of quality blogs and sites I have found that promote freeware, open source software and information technology. On the right side of the blog you will see a listing of "What's On My PC Website Favorites". I started searching the top blog... Continue Reading →
A techie friend of mine, whom I will refer to as Jeremiah, contacted me and suggested I write a post about the security vulnerabilities in wireless networks and how easy it is to penetrate those networks with software that is readily available on the internet. To establish a wireless network, you need a wireless router... Continue Reading →
I've been using Google Chrome since the "beta" was introduced earlier in the month. So far, I like it... Keep in mind it is in the "early" development stages and I think it will be a top contender in the browser competition. I have posted on the sidebar, of the blog, some Google Chrome links... Continue Reading →
Here is a program that I have used and have been following since its' inception. JDVoiceMail is a program where you are prompted to record a "voice" message, using your microphone, then send the recorded message (voicemail) to an email recipient. When you record the message, JDVoiceMail generates a compressed .wav or .mp3 sound file(s).... Continue Reading →
I have tried numerous music players and finally settled with one called "Spider Player". When it comes to music, it is all about personal preference. This player is small in size, but packs a big punch (2.87 MB for the Basic AND 3.58 MB for the portable version). I personally use the portable version (flash... Continue Reading →
When you visit the blog, be sure to click on the "GiveAway" tab at the top of the site... Just added "Game Giveway of the Day"...
With our email services providing an average of 5 GB's of space, a nice little utility called "Backup To Email – Backup2e" has been developed to take advantage of that space and at the same time give you the ability to easily and quickly backup a file or folder to your email account. After you... Continue Reading →
Today, I added the site "Lifehacker" to the "What's On My PC... Web Site Favorites". Lifehacker is one those sites that you will end up visiting everyday. Lifehacker has gained respect of users across the entire internet (worldwide) for its varied content. Lifehacker... tips and downloads for getting things done.
The “Giveaway of the day project“, is a web site that offers for FREE, licensed software that you would have to buy otherwise. Everyday the site nominates one software title that will be a “Giveaway” title of that day. The software is available for download for 24 hours (and sometimes more) for free. The software... Continue Reading →
Did you ever wish you could browse the internet and not have to worry about malicious software or content attacking your system? OR Did you ever wish you could test a program without it causing changes to your computer? There is a way and it works very well. It is called "Sandboxie"… Once you install... Continue Reading →
Just added this one to the "What's On My PC - Web Site Favorites". It is called "AppAholic", a freeware review and interview site. If you enjoy reviewing and trying freeware software, make sure you check this site out.
Have you ever experienced one of those rogue anti-spyware or anti-virus programs designed by hackers to take your money in return for a useless program. I'm talking about those "no-name programs" that hijack your system, keeps popping up, and just won't go away. Some of these programs actually appear very professional and will even... Continue Reading →
Everyone loves to play solitaire, especially "Klondike", which is the solitaire game that ships with Windows. I recently came across one, called "Klondike Forever" that is really super cool looking. It is in 3D, with sound and beautiful visual effects AND it is FREE. If you find yourself really loving the FREE version of "Klondike... Continue Reading →
If you are someone who has a collection of digital photos on your PC or someone who collects images from the internet, you have to try John's Background Switcher. John's Background Switcher periodically changes the wallpaper image on your computer (like every hour or every day) to something interesting. I have tried several of these from... Continue Reading →