If You Love Icons…

If you love icons, then you need to add We Love Icons to your collection. An icon is typically used to serve as a quick, intuitive visual representation to identify a software program or web site. We usually click on icons on our desktop or menus to launch programs or to get to a web... Continue Reading →

Wallpaper of the Week (#4)

This week’s wallpaper is something that is bright and cheerful that will get you out of the wintertime blues.  It is called fine-mellow… You can get this wallpaper by clicking on the image below. Need wallpaper software to show off your wallpaper collection? Try one of these: John’s Background Switcher Walyk Wallpaper Changer Wallpaper Updater... Continue Reading →

Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#35)

Each week What’s On My PC features links to articles (posted within the past 7 days) from the tech blogs that are on the What’s On My PC blogroll (at the sidebar of the blog).  If you are new or old to information technology and computers, these blogs are awesome resources for keeping in tune.... Continue Reading →

Safety is every Tech’s business…

Following my retirement, I landed a part-time job in the field of Safety & Security. Safety is a big deal, especially from a liability standpoint, when it comes to the management of people and the environment which they work in; however, sometimes making people understand what is safe and what is not safe is a... Continue Reading →

Digital Free-Hand Drawing Software (for FREE)

This past year I have seen numerous photo and graphic editors pop up from nowhere and most have been quite remarkable… If you are someone who has talent in the area of sketching, drawing or painting, then you will be interested in knowing that there is  “FREE” software package available, called “SmoothDraw”. SmoothDraw supports many... Continue Reading →

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