An Advanced Email Client for Android

Recently I posted an article about an Android email client,  called Email Tray, that gives you the ability to manage multiple email accounts using one app. I was very excited to find that there was such an app for the Android based tablet or smartphone that mimicked the application that I have installed on my... Continue Reading →

Best 119 Free Windows Programs

With computers being mainstreamed in people’s homes for more than 10 years it still amazes me that people do not realize the gold mine that is available in FREE software. To put this in perspective, I have three computers in my home and all three, with the exception of one, have nothing on them but... Continue Reading →

Windows Double Explorer for Windows 7

I could never figure out why Microsoft never offered a dual paned or tabbed view interface option in Windows Explorer. Managing your files and folders in those types of interfaces are so much easier to use; especially if you are a power user. There are numerous third party options available; however, none really mimic the... Continue Reading →

Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#44)

Welcome to the 44th round of Geek Squeaks’.  If you have a passion for information technology and computers, then you are at the right place.  Geek Squeaks’ is a weekly roundup of links to articles produced by bloggers (and site owners) associated with the What’s On My PC blogroll community.  I encourage you to pay... Continue Reading →

System Explorer – A FREE Task Manager

System Explorer is FREE task manager program that provides detailed information about the operating status of your PC and is an excellent tool to include in your tech toolbox (portable version available). Task Manager programs, such as System Explorer, are applications that typically provide detailed information about the stability of your computer (such as performance... 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 →

FREE and EASY Powertoy Image Resizer

Many Windows XP users are probably familiar with the Powertoy Image Resizer you downloaded as an add-on that allowed right-click image resizing functionality in Windows Explorer. This very popular Powertoy was primarily designed for Windows XP with no further development to support Windows Vista or Windows 7. This Powertoy utility enabled you to single or... Continue Reading →

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