Today’s Geek Squeaks – July 29, 2013


A summary of Today’s Geek Squeaks
:

  • TCAT Shelbyville posted two links to two new technologies that are available, that you need to check out;
  • If you are a Gmail user, learn “how to” compose an email using Gmail’s new compose window;
  • Windows 8 throwing you for a loop(?); then make sure you bookmark the 60 tips that TechRadar is throwing at us;
  • Are desktop computers becoming the way of the dinosaur?; AND,
  • If you are like me, I have my eye on the NEW Nexus 7 tablet.  Amazon currently has them in stock.

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Two Finds At TCAT Shelbyville

SanDisk unveils wireless flash drives that hold up to 64GB

Another Cloud Storage Alternative


How to get a full-screen Gmail
compose window every time

@PCWorld

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By default, when you click Gmail’s Compose button, you get a window that appears in the right corner of the screen. Now there’s a new option. In the top-right corner of that Compose window, you’ll see three icons: Minimize, Full-screen, and Close. Clicking that middle one enlarges the window, though the description “full-screen” is a little disingenuous here: you actually get a larger, centered window that darkens the background… READ MORE


60 Windows 8 tips, tricks and secrets

@TechRadar

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Windows 8 has seen the biggest change since the jump from Windows 3.1 to Windows 95… GET THE TIPS


Why the PC Industry Will Never Rebound

@PCMag

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This reality of the declining PC demand has hit all PC vendors very hard. However, Microsoft has taken the brunt of this because its core product, Windows, is being thrashed by upstart operating systems like iOS and Android… READ MORE


Amazon Has The NEW Nexus 7 Tablet

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NEW – Nexus 7 brings you the perfect mix of power and portability and features the world’s sharpest 7″ tablet screen… SEE IT HERE


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