Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#45)

If you are a person who has a passion (and obsession) for information technology and computers; then, you need to follow Geek Squeaks’. Geek Squeaks’ is a weekly roundup of articles that have been produced by the bloggers (and site owners) who are associated with the What’s On My PC blogroll community. I endorse each... Continue Reading →

Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#42)

It is unbelievable, especially the older we get, just how fast a week seemingly passes by; but, one thing I look forward to each week is Geek Squeaks’. Geek Squeaks’ is a compilation of articles, created within the past 7 days, by the members (bloggers) associated with the What’s On My PC blogroll (at the... Continue Reading →

Browser Speed Comparison Test

We all want faster, safer, and reliable… Checkout the browser speed comparison test at PCGames Hardware. The tests they ran focused on pure speed. You can even run the same tests at Sunspider, Futuremark Peacekeeper, and Acid. A  "What's On My PC..." Web Clip! Internet browser tested with Peacekeeper, Sunspider and Acid Big browser comparison test: Internet... Continue Reading →

New Google Chrome Blog

If you are following the development of the Google Chrome browser you will want to know that Google recently initiated a new blog called “Google Chrome Blog” , in addition to the “Chromium Blog” The Google Chrome Blog is intended to highlight points of interest to general users, in a way that is accessible to... Continue Reading →

Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#2)

15 free downloads to pep up your old PC – Curious? Read Electoluminescent Wire Goes to Local Area Networks – TTC Shelbyville What do the dolby numbers mean? – Tech for-Everyone How does your teenager use the internet?  Should you care? – Bill Mullins Weblog Tech Thoughts Google Chrome Beta Updates, Boasts Improved Speeds and... Continue Reading →

Google Chrome is out of beta…

I have been following and keep finding myself using Google's Chrome browser, more and more... Speed, simplicity, built in sandbox technology and safe browsing features are the attractive elements I like.  Today, I learned that Google has taken "Chrome" out of "beta" (removed the "beta" label). You can follow Google's development of "Chrome" by clicking... Continue Reading →

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