Get A Snapshot View of Your Network Information

Running the command IPConfig is typically a windows based command used to display all current TCP/IP network configuration values (such as the IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway for all adapters). The IPConfig command also can be run with a host of parameters that will perform various network related functions such as refreshing the... Continue Reading →

Wallpaper of the Week (#71)

This week’s wallpaper is an abstract that features very bright palette of colors. To Get This Wallpaper – [ CLICK HERE ] Browse for wallpapers from previous weeks, [CLICK HERE] Windows 7 Users: If you are using Windows 7, did you know you can create a desktop background slideshow to show off your pictures and... Continue Reading →

One of My Favorites – SearchMyFiles

I have never been a real fan of the search operation that is built into windows; instead, have relied on third party applications, such as SearchMyFiles. What I find, is that most people do not want to try something that is not attached to the operating system (or they do not understand it); however, there... Continue Reading →

Over 450 Web Fonts Now Available In Google Docs

It still surprises me when I talk computers with people, the number of people that are not familiar with Google Docs. Google Docs, as it rapidly continues to evolve, has become the premier online office suite consisting of documents, spreadsheets, presentations, drawings and forms. When you sign up for Google Docs you are in essence... Continue Reading →

Wallpaper of the Week (#70)

This week’s wallpaper is called “Clear Water Lake”.  What makes this wallpaper stand out is not only the background scenery, but the stones on the lake bottom. To Get This Wallpaper – [ CLICK HERE ] Browse for wallpapers from previous weeks, [CLICK HERE] Windows 7 Users: If you are using Windows 7, did you... Continue Reading →

Wallpaper of the Week (#69)

This week’s wallpaper is called “Endless Vastness”…  The clarity of this background is phenomenal.  It is a shot taken of an inland lake (called Lake Wakatipu) on the South Island of New Zealand. To Get This Wallpaper – [ CLICK HERE ] Browse for wallpapers from previous weeks, [CLICK HERE] Windows 7 Users: If you... Continue Reading →

Print a Blank Calendar Quick

If you ever have the occasion where you need to print a blank calendar for the month, to get your thoughts, appointments and schedules together (on paper), head over to Print-a-Calendar.com… Simply select the month and click the “Print” button…  It doesn’t get any simpler than that. —————————————————– GEEK BONUS AREA Today's Technology News, Software,... Continue Reading →

Geek Squeaks’ (#75) – XLaunchpad, a Cool Mother’s Day Gift, Something NEW at Bookmarks4Techs, a Cool Social Media Desktop App, Security Fixes for iOS 5, AND an Awesome Collection of Wallpapers

XLaunchpad XLaunchpad gives you instant access to all your shortcuts.Arrange apps in XLaunchpad any way you like by dragging icons to different locations or by grouping apps in folders. Simply drag one icon over another to create a folder. you can name the folder whatever you like when you open the folder. Nikon COOLPIX S4300... Continue Reading →

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