Today’s Geek Squeaks – October 24, 2013

Featuring: A free, full-featured and user-friendly alarm clock for your PC; Nitro Cloud document conversion technology to convert files from Office to PDF (and back again); Microsoft officials say Office 365 Home Premium has reached the 2 million-plus subscriber mark; AND, A miniature fanless PC, based on the AMD G-Series APU..

Geek Squeaks’ features a round-up of tech products, news, software, apps, wallpapers, articles, you name it;  from my favorite tech web sites… I just plain love tech!


Free Alarm Clock for Windows

Nice little alarm clock utility that has the ability to wake your computer from a sleep mode, turn your volume on in the event it is muted and play selected MP3 music files from your computer. A portable version of Free Alarm Clock is also available.


This freeware program allows you to set as many alarms as you want. You can set one-time alarms or repeating alarms – activate only from Monday through Friday and give you a chance to sleep on the weekends… GET IT HERE

Convert From Office To PDF, And Back Again

@ Nitro Cloud

I love these online converters and Nito Cloud’s Office to PDF (and vice versa) is one of the best out there. I definitely have this bookmarked.


Upload almost any kind of document. Word files, Excel files, PowerPoint files, PDFs. Format doesn’t matter anymore… GET IT HERE

Microsoft hits 2 million-plus Office 365 Home Premium subscriber mark

@ ZDNet

Office 365 is the subscription version of the Microsoft Office client software. The subscription runs you $99 per year and assures you that your Office software is always up to date. If you are big on using Microsoft Office, the subscription may be the option you should consider.


Microsoft has more than 2 million Office 365 Home Premium subscribers, the company disclosed on October 24, up from 1 million in late May of this year…  READ MORE

CompuLab fit-PC3 Pro Win7

This little PC is fanless and get this; a 5 year warranty.



AMD Embedded G-T56N, Dual-core 64 bit, 1.65 GHz
4 GB, DDR3, 1333 MHz, 64-bit (two SO-DIMM of 2 GB)
Internal 2.5″ hard disk 250 GB
Display & Graphics
AMD Radeon™ HD 6320, Dual head DisplayPort and HMDI incl. Audio
HDMI 1.3a, WUXGA (up to 1920×1200) and stereo 3D support
DisplayPort, WQXGA (up to 2560×1600)
DirectX 11, OpenGL 4.0, OpenCL, 1080p Blu-Ray playback support
UVD 3 engine with native H.264, VC-1, MPEG2, and DivX
Stereo line-out and stereo line-in, 7.1 channel S/PDIF
1000 BaseT Ethernet port, activity LEDs, RJ-45 connector
802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi, 2 antennas, 150 Mbit/s + Bluetooth® 3.0
Two USB 3.0 host ports, 5 Gbit/s
Six USB 2.0 host ports, 480 Mbit/s
RS232 – Ultra mini serial connector
Mini PCIe socket, half-size
Mini PCIe socket, full-size
Unregulated 8 to 16 volt input
Power Consumption
9W – 24W

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