Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#57)

It’s that time of the week here at What’s On My PC… Reflected is a rundown of articles, randomly selected, from the past week that have been posted by the friends on the What’s On My PC blogroll. If you have a passion for information technology and computers, these sites are the one’s to visit.... Continue Reading →

Dial 1-800-GOOG-411 for FREE Business Information

I am surprised of how many people do not know about Google’s 411 service where you can call to find local business information completely FREE.  Simply dial 1-800-GOOG-411 ( or 1-800-466-4411).  You can call anytime, from anywhere.  GOOG-411 is only available in the U.S. and Canada. Using GOOG-411 Call 1-800-GOOG-411. (That's 1-800-466-4411). Say where you... Continue Reading →

STOP Chain Email

How many of you receive on a daily basis those “forward” emails, such as funnies, hoaxes, jokes, surveys, chain letters, prayer requests, fake virus warnings, surveys, petitions, political attacks, etc. ? Are we that gullible?  The answer is resoundingly, YES! I particularly like the ones where if you forward a prayer request to 10 people... Continue Reading →

Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#56)

If you are finding that you need to be more knowledgeable and productive at your computer, then you need to click on the Geek Squeaks’ category a the sidebar of the blog.  Geek Squeaks’ are a collection of links to articles that have been posted by members of the What’s On My PC blogroll community. ... Continue Reading →

Protect Your Images with TSR Watermark

There are many different methods and tricks available to add a digital watermark to an image; however, I have never found a software application that is solely dedicated to creating digital watermarks, until now. It is called TSR Watermark Image Software and it is FREE for personal use. Typically you will use the same watermark... Continue Reading →

FREE Portable CD/DVD Burner Application

If you are an avid follower of software, then you have to know about CDBurnerXP.  This software application is the primary application that I use to burn CDs, ISOs DVDs (including Blu-Ray and HD-DVDs). In my opinion it is as good as Nero with development and improvements being made all of the time.  The “cool... Continue Reading →

Change the Look of Your Gmail

If you are a user of Gmail, learn how to change the look of the Gmail interface by using a feature built into Gmail, called “Themes”… Here is how it works in Ramblin’ Rick’s own words: 1.)  Open up Gmail. 2.)  Top right corner of Gmail, click on “Settings” 3.)  Once you are into the... Continue Reading →

Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#55)

How do they do it?  Each week I select links to articles from the sites (blogs) that are composed by the authors who are associated with the What’s On My PC blogroll. The quality and content is amazing and serves as an excellent learning source for those who have the computer and information technology bug.... Continue Reading →

FREE Windows 7 Themes

Incorporated into Windows 7 is a very nice personalization feature that allows you to customize and apply themes. With themes you can easily change the visual and sound schemes on your PC.  In a nutshell, a theme includes a desktop background, a window color, sounds, and a screen saver. Themes are a combination of pictures,... Continue Reading →

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