A summary of Today’s Geek Squeaks‘:
Squeak #1 –(Turn The Internet On or Off At A Whim): Came across a small utility, called InternetOff, that gives you the ability to switch your internet connection on and off. I especially like that you can set this up to where you can password protect access to the internet or turn on the internet for predetermined lengths of time (e.g. turn on for an hour). Both of these options would be great if you have kids and you want to regulate when and how long they are on the internet (SEE BELOW);
Squeak #2 – (Readers Rate The Best Five Surge Protectors): A surge protector is a device designed to protect your computer and other electrical components from voltage surges or spikes. If you do not have a surge protector connected to your equipment, I highly recommend you look at one of these (SEE BELOW);
Squeak #3 – (No Sound In Windows – Take These Steps): Sound issues can be very difficult to troubleshoot and they seem to occur when you least expect it… (SEE BELOW);
Squeak #4 – (Dell Breaks Price Barriers With The NEW Dell Venue 8 Tablet PC): Many of you may not know that Dell is in the midst of change and trying to go back to their roots. They seem to be heading in the right direction with the upcoming release of their new Windows 8 Pro Tablet… (SEE BELOW).
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Quickly turn off the internet so that you can go offline. When you need the connection, you can enable the internet easily for some period (and it will be automatically turned off) or permanently in just two clicks. Besides the program lets you password protect access to the internet… GET IT HERE
A good surge protector is one of those things everyone needs, but we often don’t give much thought to—until we need one or something happens to the power. If you have a good, flexible one, you can connect all of your gear to it safely, organize your plugs, and still have room for more… READ MORE
No sound in Windows
This tutorial can help you identify and fix common sound problems in Windows, including no sound coming from your speakers or headphones. This tutorial doesn’t cover sound problems related to specific programs. Sound problems can be caused by cables that aren’t connected properly, damaged drivers, incompatible drivers, sound settings, missing updates, and problems with your sound card… READ MORE
Dell Venue 8 Pro 8-Inch 64 GB Tablet
Take the full power of Windows 8.1 and Office Home & Student 2013 wherever you go with an 8″ HD screen, and dual cameras.
Processor: Intel® Atom™ processor Z3740D
(2MB Cache, up to 1.8GHz Quad-Core)
Display: 8.0 inch IPS Display with HD
(WXGA 1280 x 800) resolution with 10-pt capacitive touch
Memory: 2GB Single Channel DDR3L-RS 1600MHz
Storage (hard drive): 64GB eMMC