Defragmentation the Smart and Lazy Way

I have found, from personal experience, that most people do not take the time to perform routine computer maintenance and will resort to paying someone to do it when there PC is crawling at a snail's pace. One of the most important components to maintaining your PC is to perform a disk defragmentation, at least... Continue Reading →

Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#34)

We are in the midst of the fall season and Geek Squeaks’ is going strong.  If you are a person who has a love for information technology, computers, and software; then Geek Squeaks’ are for you. Each week What’s On My PC… randomly selects an article posted by the blog authors (within the past 7... Continue Reading →

When Windows 7 Will Not Boot

Did you know that Windows 7 contains an utility to create a "System Repair Disc"? I highly recommend that you take the time to create this disc, in the chance your Windows 7  becomes broken or will not boot. The  System Repair Disc is an option designed to help users “fix or repair” Windows 7... Continue Reading →

FREE and EASY Powertoy Image Resizer

Many Windows XP users are probably familiar with the Powertoy Image Resizer you downloaded as an add-on that allowed right-click image resizing functionality in Windows Explorer. This very popular Powertoy was primarily designed for Windows XP with no further development to support Windows Vista or Windows 7. This Powertoy utility enabled you to single or... Continue Reading →

Go Incognito with Firefox…

Did you know that Firefox, the choice browser of the tech community has a Private Browsing Mode built into it? If you are a Firefox user and you are using Firefox version 3.5 or higher you can easily switch from normal browsing mode to private browsing mode. Many of the other popular browsers also have... Continue Reading →

Learn Everything About USB…

The TTC Shelbyville blog recently posted information about a really awesome web site called EverythingUSB that solely is about USB (Universal Serial Bus) technology and devices.  EverythingUSB not only is an information source about past, present and future USB technology; it also provides reviews on some really neat USB devices and products that will surely... Continue Reading →

Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#32)

They say there are hidden treasures in those blogs and the treasures in these blogs are are no exception. The blog articles listed below are articles from the blogs (sites) that are listed on the “What’s On My PC…” blogroll community. If you are looking for that treasure, then look no further; the information that... Continue Reading →

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