Wallpaper of the Week (#2)

Here is the wallpaper of the week that I added to my collection titled: “Mouse vs. Mouse” Click on the wallpaper image to get this wallpaper! Need wallpaper software to show off your wallpaper collection? Try one of these: John’s Background Switcher Walyk Wallpaper Changer Wallpaper Updater post to jaanix [ CLICK HERE TO LEAVE... Continue Reading →

Build a Personalized Database in a Snap

I have always had a fascination with databases, in that you can store information and readily access that information very quickly. As a matter of fact, just about every facet of internet and computer information storage and retrieval is database driven. I recently found a really neat program called SnapDB which allows you to build... Continue Reading →

Is Windows Search a True Performance Hog?

Guest Article By: Tibor Schiemann, President and Managing Partner, TuneUp One of the most persistent myths about Windows is, disabling the Windows Search index will significantly increase PC performance and reduce hard disk activity. The Windows Search index is a particularly handy Windows 7 tool, so it shouldn’t be casually disabled. Let’s dive deeper into... Continue Reading →

Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#96)

Computers and Information Technology is changing at a rate like never seen before. To keep up with the changes, to protect yourself and to learn about the new technologies; it is important to find good resources. Listed below are the resources I depend on to help keep me touch, that I highly recommend. Techpiper Kompozer... Continue Reading →

Wallpaper of the Week (#1)

Every Sunday I will be featuring a wallpaper background that I think is keeper.  All the wallpaper images will directly link to the download site where the wallpaper is located; also, there will be a separate wallpaper category link so that you can bring up the collection. If you know of any good wallpaper sites... Continue Reading →

Surf Safely with Web of Trust

A tool (or browser add-on) that I use on my PC’s, in addition to my normal security software, to help protect me when I am browsing the internet, is no other than Web of Trust (also referred to as “WOT”). If you use Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Safari or Opera I highly recommend this installation.... Continue Reading →

Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#95)

Welcome to this weeks round up of Geek Squeaks’. If you have a passion for information technology and computers, then I invite you to take a look at the articles below that are provided by some of the top blogging sites on the internet. TTC Shelbyville Facebook Apps Allowing Access to Numbers, Addresses My Technology... Continue Reading →

An Awesome Web-Based Sticky Notes Service

Years ago when I first experienced electronic sticky notes, I thought WOW…  No more paper notes hanging around my computer monitor.  Most electronic sticky note programs require a software installation to work; until now!  As a result of cloud computing, a web-based virtual sticky notes program, called Linoit, was born. After setting up an account... Continue Reading →

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