Geek Squeaks’ (#58) – Using a Voice Recorder, Advanced System Info Tool, Windows 7 Defrag, Super Image Editor, and Color Schemes for Coders

Olympus VN-8100PC Digital Voice Recorder

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If you do not own a voice recorder due to the thinking a voice recorder is a bulky device to carry that is difficult to use, then look no further. The Olympus VN-8100C Digital Voice Recorder is your answer.  A voice recorder is very handy device in many situations.  For example, I do security work that requires a lot of documentation. Instead of using a notepad and pen to document events, I use my Olympus voice recorder. The recordings are date and time stamped; plus, I have the ability to transfer (and archive) individual recordings to my PC in a WMA or MP3 format.  Another use of this particular recorder is that it has a microphone jack which allows you to tie the recorder into a sound board to record special events. The results of the recordings are amazing. There are so many uses with a voice recorder; especially a digital recorder.  You just have to start using it.

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Speccy
An advanced System Information tool for your PC. Need to find out what’s inside your computer? No problem! Speccy will give you all the information you need.

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You Don’t Need To Defragment Your Hard Drive With Windows 7

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Solarized – comfortable color scheme for code

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