Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#38)

Another great roundup of articles from the What’s On My PC blogroll community.  If you are a person that is looking to get an edge on the latest in information technology and computers, I highly recommend that you visit these sites on a daily basis. Tech-for Everyone Media Center Recordings Filled Disk Scoroncocolo Tech Pages... Continue Reading →

Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#37)

If you want to keep your finger on the pulse of information technology and computers, I encourage you to take a moment and visit each of the blogs listed below. The articles and information that these sites provide are phenomenal. It is an absolute honor to have them on the What’s On My PC… blogroll.... Continue Reading →

The Way a Backup Program Should Work

Backing up personal files (pictures, music, documents, videos, etc…) on our computers is probably the one maintenance function we neglect the most. To prove the reality of it all; I have assisted numerous individuals with their computers and I can not think of one person that was actually performing routine backups of their personal files.... Continue Reading →

Enhance the Windows Clipboard with PasteCopy.Net

PasteCopy.Net is a portable clipboard manager that enhances and (in essence) enlarges the capacity of the Windows Clipboard operations by supporting multiple cut/copy and paste operations. This app will handle multiple cut/copy and paste operations of graphic and/or text and is very useful; especially if you are a blogger or someone that performs a great... Continue Reading →

Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#36)

Welcome to the weekly roundup of articles from the developers of the blogs that are members of the What’s On My PC blogroll community.  I encourage you to visit these blogs to learn more about information technology and computers.  To these authors, I say Thank You! AKS – Feel The Change Windows SteadyState- Powerful tool... Continue Reading →

A File Backup Program Inspired by Star Trek

One of the fictional Star Trek innovations, back in the ‘60’s, was a machine called a Replicator that was capable of creating (and replicating) objects. In 2002, approximately 36 years after the show debuted, Karen Kenworthy developed Karen’s Replicator, that was inspired by the original Replicator that was featured on Star Trek. Who is Karen... Continue Reading →

A FREE Utility to Analyze and Benchmark your PC

I have reviewed system information utilities in the past (e.g. SIW – System Information for Windows); however, there is always room in your tech toolbox for another. During a past review of System Information for Windows,   a fellow blogger [ ] commented on and pointed out another system information utility, called PCWizard, that is... Continue Reading →

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