Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#66)

Welcome to Geek Squeaks’; your weekly roundup of tech articles produced by the members of the What’s On My PC blogroll community. I think you will find that there is something here for everyone! Laptops Review Central MSI launches GX740 gaming laptop Paul’s Home Computing Blog The Ideal Home Computing Environment Worthy Tips Top 5... Continue Reading →

Download and Convert YouTube Videos

Since 2005, YouTube (owned by Google) has become the common household name for online video sharing…  I do not know how many videos are currently available on YouTube, but it has to be in the millions. Have you ever watched a YouTube video and wished you could save it to play on your computer; or... Continue Reading →

Porn To Get Their Own Top Level ‘.xxx’ Domain

Are we endorsing the legitimacy of pornography by providing the industry their own “red light district” (top level domain) on the internet? Will this make pornography more prevalent online? Will this lead to online regulation of pornography? A “What’s On My PC” Web Clip! Porn sites get their own domain: '.xxx' By Stephanie Goldberg, Special... Continue Reading →

Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#65)

Spend some of your hot summer day, in the cool, reading Geek Squeaks’. If you have an interest in computers and information technology or you just want to learn something NEW, then these sites is where it is at. Tech-for Everyone Software Giveaway Drawing(s) – Oops!Backup TuneUp Blog about Windows Improve Your PC’s Performance with... Continue Reading →

An AWESOME Wallpaper Site

As a result of posting a recent article about “FREE High Resolution Wallpapers”, I was introduced to a fellow WordPress blogger that specializes in nothing but Wallpaper Backgrounds. The blog is called, you got it, Awesome Wallpapers. Now here is the “cool factors” about Awesome Wallpapers.  The site owner loves collecting wallpapers (has about 14000... Continue Reading →

FREE High Resolution Wallpapers

Locating desktop wallpaper on the internet to spruce up your computer's desktop background can actually be a dangerous adventure that can lead to a malware experience that you do not need. Wallpaper and screensaver sites are common habitats for malware and you really do need to be careful. Another issue that you may run into... Continue Reading →

Test DNS Server Performance

If you been following the tech blogs, there has been a lot of talk about DNS (Domain Naming System) and which DNS nameserver settings to use that will ultimately optimize and make your internet experience faster and safer. For example, instead of using my internet service provider’s default DNS settings, I have opted to the... Continue Reading →

Geek Squeaksof the Week (#64)

Where does the week go? It is time for another round of Geek Squeaks’; a premier listing of tech links to articles that are crafted by the members of the What’s On My PC blogroll. If you are into information technology and computers, then it is highly recommended that you bookmark and follow these sites.... Continue Reading →

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