Wallpaper of the Week (#67)

I decided this week to put some color in our lives… This wallpaper is a widescreen wallpaper that can be downloaded from Deviantart (as a zip file containing several different resolutions). To Get This Wallpaper – [ CLICK HERE ] Browse for wallpapers from previous weeks, [CLICK HERE] Windows 7 Users: If you are using... Continue Reading →

NEW Version of Microsoft Security Essentials

I am often asked; “What security software do I use for my main layer of protection? My answer is, “Microsoft Security Essentials”… Microsoft Security Essentials provides real-time protection for your home or small business PC that guards against viruses, spyware, and other malicious software. I currently have Microsoft Security Essentials installed on all of my... Continue Reading →

Wallpaper of the Week (#66)

The Space Shuttle Discovery hitching its’ last ride… The Space Shuttle Discovery hitching a ride on one of NASA's Shuttle Carrier Aircraft (SCA), a heavily modified Boeing 747-100. Landing at Dulles International Airport in Washington, D.C. after a low-altitude fly-over of the Washington Monument, White House, and United States Capitol building. April 17th, 2012. To... Continue Reading →

Wallpaper of the Week (#65)

Here is a wallpaper background, called Vision of Peace, of the moon peeking through the cloud cover. The detail and color (and use of light) on this is absolutely amazing… To Get This Wallpaper – [ CLICK HERE ] Browse for wallpapers from previous weeks, [CLICK HERE] Windows 7 Users: If you are using Windows... Continue Reading →

ToolWiz Care Adds An Image Editor

Recently I did a post on ToolWiz Care, the “free tool set designed to speed up your PC and give your system full care”. I am not going to go into a long description of what ToolWiz Care is all about; however, if you have not experienced ToolWiz Care and you desire to learn more... Continue Reading →

Read and Scroll A Web Page Hands Free

If you have ever visited my sister site Bookmarks4techs.com, you probably noticed it is quite lengthy and requires a lot of scrolling. A way to remedy this issue is to use the small javascript utility called HandsFread that will auto-scroll the page for you. The easiest way to use HandsFread is to visit the website... Continue Reading →

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