Over 31,100 Icons for Windows, Mac and Linux

July 31, 2010

Whenever I want to customize the appearance of my PC, fancy up a document, make a powerpoint slide shine, or enhance a blog article I often use icons. Yes, the same type of icons (but only better) that you see on your computer’s desktop. Icons are excellent graphic enhancements and the professionally crafted icons often are three dimensional in appearance.

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An excellent resource for icons is the web site Icon Archive. Currently the site boasts an archive of over 31,100 icons in 1097 sets from 260 different authors. The majority of the icons I explored can be used for non-commercial purposes, such as what I mentioned previously. You will find that these icons are of professional quality and there is something there for just about any subject you can think of.

How good are these icons?  Here is an example:

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Bookmarks4Techs – Site Update #15

July 30, 2010


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Bookmarked Sites:  431 Total
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New Site Added:

door2windows

This website is designed and developed with an objective to provide a platform where everything related to Microsoft Windows such as softwares, trouble shooting, tips & tricks, forum, etc. can be found in one place.

Recent Article: How To Display Anything
(Your Name or Any Message) In The Taskbar Clock

Featured FREE Software:

MouseExtender

MouseExtender is a cosy utility with shortcuts to programs, folders and system functions (Control panel, Restart and Shutdown). This program allows you to improve your productivity. It is extremely simple and fully customizable.

Featured Site:

Ask A Tech Teacher

Welcome to my virtual classroom. I’ve been a tech teacher for 15 years, but modern technology offers more to get my ideas across to students than at any time in my career. Drop in to my class wikis, classroom blog, our internet start pages. I’ll answer your questions about how to teach tech, what to teach when, where the best virtual sites are. Need more–let’s chat about issues of importance in tech ed.

Recent Article: Who Reads Blogs?

Featured Geek Gear:

@Bookmarks4Techs Amazon Associate Store

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WinMend – FREE File and Folder Hiding Tool

July 30, 2010

Hiding files and folders in Windows can be easily done and easily undone, when you know how. The problem with the Windows process is that the folder and file hiding process was not designed with security in mind. The only purpose it really serves is to prevent you from deleting system files and folders on the computer that are integral part of the computer’s operation.  I do have to admit, there have been those occasion where I will hide a file at work as a temporary measure to keep prying eyes out; however, anyone with any computer savvy will know how to compromise this.

A solution that I have been playing around with for awhile is a FREE file and folder hiding tool called WinMend.

WinMend

The “cool factors” with this application is that the files and folders can be hidden instantly no matter the size of the data and the files/folders are invisible not only in the computer where the hiding was completed, but in any computer.

WinMend Folder Hidden is a free file/folder hiding tool. While ensuring the absolute system safety, this application can quickly hide files and folders on local partitions and/or on removable devices. The hidden files/folders will be safely hidden whether the drive is accessed in another operating system on the same computer or reinstalled on another computer. You can set a password for this application. Hidden data can be displayed and unhidden only when the user enters the valid password. The data is completely invisible to other programs or on other operating systems. However, please keep in mind that this application is for home use only. It’s not recommended for commercial settings where more strict confidentiality is required. Supports Language: English, French, German, Hungarian, Spanish, Dutch, Arabic, Greek, Korean, Itanlian, Slovak, Vietnames.

I’m pretty certain there is a backdoor way, via the Windows command console, to compromise WinMend; BUT the advantage of hiding a file or folder is that someone is not going to go after something that they don’t know is there the begin with.

If interested, you can get WinMend [ HERE ] .

ADDENDUM

My personal experiment with WinMend on a flash drive:

What draws my attention to apps like this is trying to find a way to make it work from my flash drive.  In other words, can I make it become portable to the point that I can run the app from my flash drive, on any computer (even with admin rights), and hide the files on the flash drive?  For me, here is how I got it to work. I used a little program called “Universal Extractor” to unpack the WinMend install.  I then copied the upacked files over to my flash drive.  The first thing I did was rename the executable file (that starts WinMend) from “folderhidden” to “WinMend” so as not to give any initial clues that I had hid files or folders on the drive. I then ran the “WinMend” file to start WinMend from the flashdrive, setup my password and then used it to hide a folder on the flashdrive.  What I am finding, so far, it that it is working like a charm and on one PC at an off site location, where I do not have Admin rights, WinMend still worked.  Again, you may not have that same result and I am still testing this, but so far it is working and is a fast way to hide my data.  I’m putting this out there in hope that another tech may also try this and give some feedback.

ADDENDUM (7/31/2010)

As with any utility, such as WinMend, ALWAYS maintain a backup of your files…

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Create Photo Collages Online for FREE

July 29, 2010

It is amazing the tools that are available online these days that allow you to perform various photo editing and design techniques right inside your web browser; and no software installation is required. Online applications, performed by simply visiting a web site, is an example of what is called cloud computing.

Photovisi Another FREE online application, that is absolutely in the category of awesome, is called Photovisi . What this online app does is walk you through some very simple steps toward creating a photo collage. The “cool factor” here is that you have option of picking from an array of templates and the ability to upload a batch of photos (more than one photo at a time). Below is an example of a collage I created, in less than 3 minutes, using this online app. The photos you are seeing are from my wallpaper collection.

Photovisi is a free and easy to use online tool to create photo collages. Select one of the many collage templates, add your photos and then customize by dragging items around. After the collage is finished, it’s available for download and print! Want to try it out?

Sample Collage

To use Photovisi, simply [ CLICK HERE ] to get started.

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Bookmarks4Techs: Site Update #13

July 28, 2010

Be sure to visit my NEW sister site; Bookmarks4Techs. The site features frequent updates that include links to FREE software, new tech sites, featured sites, and even an option to get really good deals on tech products (or anything) directly through Amazon.com. The goal of the site is to grab every tech site out there and have the sites posted at Bookmarks4Techs.  If you are a student of information technology, here is your starting point. Spread the word, post it on your blogroll, email your friends, facebook it, twitter it; any exposure is very much appreciated.  

Bookmarks4Techs

Bookmarked Sites:  429 Total


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New Site Added:

Webuser

The Best of the Web

Recent Article: Apple sued over iPad overheating problem

Featured FREE Software:

ControlPad

ControlPad turns the numeric keypad on your keyboard to a Windows command execution system. You may configure any numeric code to: Execute any program, open any document, open any web address or send any series of keystrokes to the operating system.

Featured Site:

My Technology Guide

My Technology Guide is a website dedicated at providing information, tips and tricks, help, free (tech) support, etc. The main aim behind developing My Technology Guide is to help our reader with simple solutions to everyday (tech) problems related to Windows, Linux, Mac, Computer Security, etc but not limited to them only. You will find here lots of tutorials, software reviews and also not to forget the occasional free genuine license giveaways of popular softwares and more.

Recent Article: Giveaway: Daniusoft Video Converter  Ultimate
[Software Review]

Featured Geek Gear:

@Bookmarks4Techs Amazon Affiliate Store

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Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#70)

July 28, 2010

Another week has passed and Geek Squeaks’ of the Week is ready for week #70… If you are a follower of the blog, then you know that each week I publish links to (very recent) articles that are authored by the members of the What’s On My PC blogroll. Geek Squeaks’ is an excellent way to learn about other information technology blogs and sites.

Chicago Mac/PC Support
List your goals on 43 Things

Laptop Reviews Central
The latest Dell’s Latitude E4310 Ultra-Portable Business Notebook

Online Storage Reviews
Ways to Backup Your Hard Drive

Paul’s Home Computing Blog
Windows Gadget: All Search

Bookmarks4Techs
Site Update #12

Worthy Tips
Run any program in fullscreen mode
with Multi-Monitor Fullscreen Helper

Technogran’s Tittle Tattle
Beginning Blogging 12. Social Blogging

Canadian Tech Blogger
Dell Removes Ubuntu From UK Computers

TuneUp Blog about Windows
Styling Windows 7 (Part 2): How to Change the Logon Screen

Netbook Freeware
HDDScan: Best Free HDD Diagnostics Utility For Your Netbook

I Love Free Software
PowerLink: Shutdown, Restart, or Hibernate PC in One Click

Right On Technology
White iPhone Delayed Until Later This Year

I Want Ice Water
Bloody Well Right

Lifehacker
Turn an Older iPhone Into a Prepaid Voice and Data Unit

Bill Mullins’ Weblog – Tech Thoughts
Free Emsisoft Emergency Kit – 4 Malware Removal Tools In A Box

404 Tech Support
College Students Get a Free Year of
Amazon Prime With Amazon Student

Rarst.net
Is it time to move browser tabs to the right?

Confessions of a Freeware Junkie
Download: Free quick reference guides
for Office, Windows, Acrobat and Macromedia Products

Plato On-Line
BP’s Alarm System Disabled on Day of Blast

Tech-for Everyone
A SUPER-Special Software License Giveaway (My Last?)

TTC Shelbyville
Office 2010 Free e-book

AskBillFirst
The Proper Care and Feeding of Your HDTV, Phone, and Camera 4

Snakebytez
Speccy : An Advanced System Information Tool

Free PC Security
Malicious Sites July 26

AKS-Feel The Change
Keep Your USB and Memory Cards clean with OptimUSB

My Technology Guide
Mozilla Firefox Latest Version 3.6.8
Update Released, Download Links

Mr. Reiner
Do you know the truth about computer security and hacking?

Awesome Wallpapers
Misc. Wallpaper Set 21

Gadgetsholic
BlackBerry Curve 9300 shows up with T-Mobile Brand

RGdot
Listary Makes Searching Easier

What’s On My PC
Using your numeric keypad as a launcher

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Announcement: SUPERAntiSpyware Giveway at Tech-for Everyone

July 27, 2010

If you are a follower of the blog, then you may have read the article (this past week), SUPERAntiSpyware’s Detection Engine Now Part of VirusTotal. To celebrate the joint venture between SUPERAntiSpwyare and VirusTotal, Tech Paul at Tech-for Everyone is sponsoring a giveway (contest) for the licensed version of SUPERAntiSpyware (the professional version).

SUPERAntiSpyware

This is a great opportunity for a chance to get your hands on some great security software that is engineered to:

Detect and Remove Spyware, Adware and Remove Malware, Trojans, Dialers, Worms, KeyLoggers, HiJackers, Parasites, Rootkits, Rogue Security Products and many other types of threats.

To enter this contest, visit Tech-for Everyone [ HERE ] .

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HAMSTER – A High End Video Converter for FREE

July 25, 2010

In today’s world of technology we are presented with numerous devices that allow us to watch video (such as iPod, iPad, iPhone, PS3, PSP, Blackberry, xBox, Zune, Apple TV, iRiver, etc.). The gap we face is that a video (such as a movie) may play OK on one device, but not another. In order to bridge this gap you must have available to you a good video converter that can make the necessary audio and video configuration changes (i.e. resolution, bitrate, framerate, compression, etc.), on the fly, to match the required specifications of the device. Often, as part of the purchase of the device, you are given software to assist with video conversions; however, learning that software or even getting future upgrades is a problem.

The solution to all of these problems is in a NEW software video converter called HAMSTER.

HAMSTER Free Video Converter

Myself, I just started using HAMSTER and I must say it is one of the best, easy to use, video converters I have experienced. The components that I like the most is that it is nice looking in appearance, provides a step-by-step, 1-2-3 interface that is very easy to understand; AND MOST IMPORTANTLY you can specifically pick your device during the conversion process. I do not know of too many video converters that let you do that. As a matter of fact it provides the ability to select from over 200 devices. For example, I have a Blackberry. I can take a full size movie, put it through the HAMSTER process, select Blackberry from the list and HAMSTER will do the work to make it work on my Blackberry.

HAMSTER Free Video Converter

You can get HAMSTER Free Video Converter [ HERE ] .

It’s FREE! Full version is free for everybody!

Features:

Converts any video to iPod, iPad, iPhone, PS3, PSP, Blackberry, xBox, Zune, Apple TV, iRiver, etc. More than 200+ devices

Converts to AVI, MPG, WMV, MPEG, FLV, HD, DVD, M2TS and others! Integrated video player!

Easy-to-use! Drag-n-Drop! It does not require special knowledge. There is Wizard for beginners.

Changes codec/System type/De-interlaces your video file

Converts many video files in batches

Adjusts audio video bitrate, frame rate

Integrates into Windows! Windows 7/Vista/XP compatible!

Supports 40 languages (English, French, Spanish, German, Japan, Russian, Portuguese, Chinese, Arabic, Korean, etc.)

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Is Your Webcam Spying on You?

July 24, 2010

Do you have a webcam looking back at you from your desktop or notebook computer?  Did you know it is possible from that very same camera that you could literally be spied upon?

I can remember back as early as 2004 where Sophos, a leading info tech security company, warned computer users about a backdoor worm trojan virus that was capable of of using webcams to spy on people in their home or workplace [ see here ] .

The W32/Rbot-GR worm (also known as the “Peeping Tom” worm) spreads via network shares, exploiting a number of Microsoft security vulnerabilities, installing a backdoor Trojan horse as it travels.

Today, I want to share with you a web clip (see excerpt below) referencing an article that Bill Mullins’ (at Tech Thoughts) posted about the dangers of webcams and how specially crafted software can reverse the tables from watching to being watched. Folks this is for real stuff and is espionage on a personal private level.

I encourage you to read the full article at Bill Mullin’s Weblog – Tech Thoughts [ HERE ] .  Just the title alone is enough to want you to read this article.

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A “What’s On My PC…” Web Clip!

“Big Brother” isn’t the only one watching you. “Uncle Nasty”
is out there prowling the Internet too!

July 23, 2010
by
Bill Mullins’

imageWidespread publicity, generated by the use of so-called “legitimate” spycam software in the ongoing “Pennsylvania High School Caught Filming Naked Teenage Students In Their Bedrooms”, class action lawsuit, and more recent reports from around the world of stealth webcam-activating malware being used to spy on young girls and boys, should be waving a bright red flag warning about the potential for webcam misuse. But, statistics show that most people pay little, or no, attention. [ READ MORE ]

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Locating Your Software License Keys

July 23, 2010

Did you know that if you do a complete reinstall of the software on your PC, you will need the product license keys (or serial/registration information) for the software that you had paid for?

For example, products such as Microsoft Office, Nero, Windows (to name a few) require license keys in order to install the product, no matter how many times you end up installing them. I know from my experience with helping others on their PCs, when it came time to reinstall a licensed product (that they had purchased) there were occasions where they could not locate any documentation that contained the license keys or registration numbers. They either was unaware of the licensing process or simply forgot where they placed the CD or documentation that contained the key. In some instances this can result in a loss of hundreds of dollars.

In the event you cannot locate your product keys or licenses, there are several FREE solutions (listed below) that may be helpful; however, it is important that you take advantage of them prior to your PC becoming inoperable. I currently use all three of these apps, in combo, to make sure I capture everything.

The first solution is an app called LicenseCrawler. License Crawler is a portable app that requires no installation. Simply download and run the application; however, you will need admin rights to run LicenseCrawler. When you run LicenseCrawler, it literally will crawl (scan) your computer’s registry for the license keys.  LicenseCrawler will harvest and list any application product keys and other serial numbers or license keys very quickly, and supports all versions of Windows operating system from Windows 95 to Windows Vista. LicenseCrawler has the ability (and option) built-in  to scan various areas of the Windows registry to gather the information.

The second solution is ProduKey (by NirSoft)ProduKey, also a portable app, serves the same purpose as License Crawler, with the exception it scans your PC for the license keys for Microsoft based products (such as Microsoft Office and Windows).

The third solution is an application called SIW -System Information for Windows. This app, also available in a portable version, is actually a tool that gathers detailed information about your system properties and settings and displays the results in a comprehensible manner.  One of the categories which it gathers information, is a category for license keys.

The whole point to this article is to make you aware that if your PC goes south, you will need those product keys and licenses to reinstall your software. If you currently have your license keys keep them in a safe place for future reference and to prevent the keys from being stolen. If you do not have the keys, take the time to try these apps to recover what you have paid for.

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Bookmarks4Techs: Site Updates

July 22, 2010

Be sure to check out my sister web site: Bookmarks4Techs.com

Two updates have taken place since my last posting. I am slowly getting it together with the site and the page views and visitors are increasing daily.

Site Update #7

Site Update #8

The updates, when posted include Newly Added Sites, Featured FREE Software, a Featured Site, and Featured Geek Gear (where you can get some great bargains).

If you are a blogger or an owner of a tech web site and you add Bookmarks4Techs to your blogroll, let me know and I will embolden your site name to standout.  You may even appear as a featured site on one of the updates. Currently there are 424 sites listed.

Anyway, I’m having some fun with this and hope to see you there.

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SUPERAntiSpyware’s Detection Engine Now Part of VirusTotal

July 22, 2010

image SUPERAntiSpyware is one of the security products that you may have seen me writing about.  In brief, this product is capable of the following:

  • Detect and Remove Spyware, Adware and Remove Malware, Trojans, Dialers, Worms, KeyLoggers, HiJackers, Parasites, Rootkits, Rogue Security Products and many other types of threats.
  • Light on System Resources and won’t slow down your computer like many other anti-spyware products. Won’t conflict with your existing anti-spyware or anti-virus solution!
  • Repair broken Internet Connections, Desktops, Registry Editing and more with our unique Repair System!

As a matter of fact, it is a mainstay security layer on my PC that runs, without conflict, with my other security software. For example, I run SUPERAntiSpyware Professional (the paid version) alongside Microsoft Security Essentials.

Today, I received some exciting news that SUPERAntiSpyware is now part of VirusTotal’s premier file analyzing service.

Here is the news straight from the horses’ mouth and a little about each service:

EUGENE, OR (July 21, 2010) – SUPERAntiSpyware.com, a Pacific Northwest developer of state-of-the-art security software, has announced acceptance into Virus Total’s (www.virustotal.com) independent file analyzing service.

“VirusTotal provides an absolutely necessary service to spyware/malware researchers worldwide,” said Nick Skrepetos, founder of UPERAntiSpyware.com. “This free service allows researchers and users alike to submit suspicious files and have them analyzed by over 40 of the top anti-virus and anti-spyware products. We are very proud to have SUPERAntiSpyware’s detection engine included. VirusTotal’s staff was extremely helpful and a pleasure to work with while integrating SUPERAntiSpyware into their service.”

VirusTotal

Virus Total is a free, independent service that analyzes suspicious files and facilitates detection of malware. The service utilizes anti-virus and anti-spyware engines from over 40 of the top companies to detect file submissions and provide detailed analysis and statistics.

SuperAntiSpyware

SUPERAntiSpyware, in use by over 30 million users worldwide, is an innovative product that protects users from Spyware, Malware, Adware, Trojans, Rootkits, Homepage Hi-Jackers, Worms, Dialers and Parasites. SUPERAntiSpyware focuses on detecting hard to remove spyware which other products often miss, or are unable to safely detect and remove.

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Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#69)

July 21, 2010

Here we go again…  Another roundup of articles from the members of the What’s On My PC blogroll.  If you are someone that has an interest in information technology and computers, then these sites are where to get started.

Geek Squeaks"

Online Storage Reviews
Definition of Online Storage

Paul’s Home Computing Blog
Do You Shop Online?…Safely? Tips for Safe Online Shopping

Gadgetsholic
Nokia C6-01 Phone Unveils with 8-megapixel Camera

RGdot
TyperTask: Tiny System Automation

My Technology Guide
Norman Security Suite 8 Free License Valid for 4 Years

Mister Reiner
Your friends and relatives can go home
and jack up their own computer

Snakebytez
AssaultCube : First-person shooter game similar to Counter-Strike

Free PC Security
Malicious Sites July 18

AKS-Feel The Change
MyGreenPC (Remote Desktop Access) Premium Account FREE

TTC Shelbyville
Stuxnet – Just Another Virus?

Tech-for Everyone
Software License Giveaway Drawing: CodySafe Sigma

Plato On-Line
Bad-Neighborhood Text Link Checker

I Want Ice Water
The Logical Song

Rarst.net
Panda Cloud Antivirus – slim compact solution

Confessions of a Freeware Junkie
Is RealPlayer making a return?

404 Tech Support
Deploying Skype to Your Organization via Group Policy

Lifehacker
Microsoft Security Essentials’ New Beta
Increases Protection on a First-Come, First-Serve Basis

Bill Mullins’ Weblog – Tech Thoughts
If You Get A Malware Infection Who’s Fault Is It Really?

Right On Technology
Apple Announces Free iPhone 4 Cases For Antenna Issue

Worthy Tips
Checkout Full Featured Youtube Radio

thePC Security
Lock Computer Screen with USB to Prevent Unauthorized Access

Netbook Freeware
GiMeSpace: Extend Desktop of Netbooks Horizontally

TuneUp Blog about Windows
Connectify: Turning Your Windows 7 Laptop into a Wi-Fi Hotspot

I Love Free Software
MagicLantern – Free Multimedia Presentation Software

Technogran’s Tittle Tattle
Beginning Blogging 9. Keeping up Appearances

Laptop Reviews Central
More on Toshiba Portege R705’s features

Laptop Computer Reviews
Future Laptop Concept

Bookmarks4Techs
Site Update #6

What’s On My PC
Top 20 Most Popular Blogs – July 2010

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Anti-Malware Software To Have Confidence In

July 20, 2010

 Here of late I have been helping the innocent with cleaning malware from their PC’s. When I say innocent, I am talking the everyday computer user, the Moms and Pops, the people who do not venture far on the internet, the people who try to follow the rules, the people who have their PC’s protected… What has been puzzling is that I have not been able to specifically pinpoint a specific cause for the infections. The only thing I can figure is that the malware payload is being introduced to the computer as the result of the user clicking on a malicious web link that initiates the infection process. Is it me or is malware becoming harder to detect?

When it comes to the removal (or cleaning) process of malware, Malwarebytes Anti-Malware is the application I have confidence in. I have always depended on the FREE version; however, I am now considering, for my own PC, buying the FULL version (a one time fee) of Malwarebytes Anti-Malware. Why?  The FULL version offers real-time active protection (that can detect a malware payload before it causes damage), scheduled scanning and scheduled updates. In essence, with the FREE version basically I have been using it as a standby malware cleaner in the event my PC becomes infected; whereas, the FULL version will help prevent the infection from occurring in the first place.

Malwarebytes Anti-Malware

Don’t get me wrong, either way you go, FREE version or FULL version, Malwarebytes Anti-Malware is a must have app on your PC.  It is just a matter of decision of whether you want full time protection or part-time protection.

Key Features


  • Support for Windows 2000, XP, Vista, and 7 (32-bit and 64-bit).
  • Light speed quick scanning.
  • Ability to perform full scans for all drives.
  • Malwarebytes’ Anti-Malware protection module. (requires registration)
  • Database updates released daily.
  • Quarantine to hold threats and restore them at your convenience.
  • Ignore list for both the scanner and Protection Module.
  • Settings to enhance your Malwarebytes’ Anti-Malware performance.
  • A small list of extra utilities to help remove malware manually.
  • Multi-lingual support.
  • Works together with other anti-malware utilities.
  • Command line support for quick scanning.
  • Context menu integration to scan files on demand.

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Bookmarks4Techs: Site Update #6

July 18, 2010

If you have been following the blog, you may have noticed (and read) about Bookmarks4Techs.

Bookmarks4Techs is a new geek web project that I am currently playing around with. It is sort of in the experimental and tweaking mode; therefore you will see frequent changes occurring. In addition to 422 total bookmarked geek sites, I am now posting announcements when a new site is added to the collection, featured FREE software (that I use and endorse), featured sites (that I use and endorse) and some Geek Gear that I think is worth mentioning. You will also see in the sidebars of the site RSS feeds to some of my favorite techie type sites.

I plan to post the Bookmarks4Techs updates here on the blog on a regular basis. Any favorable (or unfavorable) comments or suggestions are welcome, in regards to these future updates.

Bookmarked Sites:  422 Total

Bookmarks4Techs.com

New Site Added:

Roger’s Information Security Blog

It started out as a place to be able to post links and news so I could find them again. I began adding my own commentary, and its proven surprisingly popular. Thanks for stopping by.  The search is in the upper right-hand side if you don’t see what you are looking for.

Featured FREE Software:

CCleaner

CCleaner is the number one tool for cleaning your Windows PC. It removes unused files from your system – allowing Windows to run faster and freeing up valuable hard drive space. It also cleans up traces of your online activities such as your internet history.

Featured Site:

TTC Shelbyville

The Tennessee Technology Center at Shelbyville created blogs for all of the different classes at this higher education institution as part of an online learning center found on our homepage.  Through the cooperation of WordPress (They support educational institutions!) we created this blog to communicate with students. This Technical Blog is for the Computer Information Technology class and whoever wants to read it.

Featured Geek Gear:

Western Digital WD Elements 1 TB USB 2.0 Desktop External Hard Drive WDBAAU0010HBK-NESN

Western Digital WD Elements 1 TB USB 2.0 Desktop External Hard Drive WDBAAU0010HBK-NESN

Microsoft Office 2010 Professional (Disc Version)

Microsoft Office 2010 Professional (Disc Version)

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