NirLauncher is a collection of more than 200 portable utilities from NirSoft. If you are into working on and troubleshooting computers, this will be right down your alley. Click on the screenshot to get a full-size view. See features below. NirLauncher Features NirLauncher can be used from USB flash drive without need of any installation.... Continue Reading →
Great Reference Book On Upgrading And Repairing PCs - If you are contemplating a career as an IT Professional or you are an IT Professional, you may want to consider purchasing the 22nd Edition of Scott Mueller's Upgrading and Repairing PCs. Get "practical answers about PC processors, mother-boards, buses, BIOSes, memory, SSD and HDD storage, video,... Continue Reading →
Geek Squeaks is back... - After taking a break from posting Geek Squeaks, I am thinking of bringing it back. Geek Squeaks is a name I came up with as an identifier to my readers that when you see a Geek Squeaks' post it is a "quick read" compilation of tech news, software, apps and anything... Continue Reading →
Windows Sysinternals is host to numerous advanced system utilities and technical information that is available (for FREE) to help you manage, troubleshoot and diagnose your Windows systems and applications. There are three of their utilities that I consider as "must have" utilities; and, the beauty of these three is that you can run them live... Continue Reading →
Every so often I like to re-visit past blog articles; especially those I believe offer something that is unique, but often fall in the forgotten category.
The vector clocks that I mention in this article are the best looking Windows based software clocks (with alarms) out there…
Just when I think I have found every type of clock software on the internet I come across another find, called Vector Clock, to add to my collection. Today I am excited to bring to you, not just one clock, but a collection of FREE vector alarm clocks that are fully scaleable, fully customizable, requires no installation (portable app) and just plain downright looks awesome.
There are four things that makes these FREE Vector Alarm Clocks tick:
Customizable – Vector Clock is customizable. There are detailed Clock Options in the settings. It also nicely integrates with Your desktop – You can choose to pin the clock to desktop, use it as a normal window, keep it on top or even force it to foreground (when in click-through mode). Plus some other options, such as “hide on mouse over”, “start with Windows” and “clock transparency” configuration.
Alarm Function – Lets…
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[FEATURED GEEK SQUEAK] How To Type the “Degree” Symbol From The Keyboard – I always like sharing personal experiences here on the blog to show that I don’t pull these things out of thin air. Recently I was generating a report where I was typing out weather conditions (such as outside temperature). As I continued... Continue Reading →
Learn a byte at a time, at What’s On My PC, with Geek Squeaks’ — featuring a round-up of tech products, news, software, apps, wallpapers, articles, how to, Android, Windows, you name it… Be sure to check out MORE GEEK SQUEAKS BELOW! [FEATURED GEEK SQUEAK] FREE Backup Software That Provides Basic And Advanced Features (such as... Continue Reading →
Happy New Year Everyone and THANK YOU for visiting my blog during 2013. Posted below is a stat summary for 2013 AND my thoughts for 2014: The Louvre Museum has 8.5 million visitors per year. What’s On My PC was viewed about 410,000 times in 2013. If it were an exhibit at the Louvre Museum,... Continue Reading →
Today’s Geek Squeaks’ consists of a NEW Geek Squeaks layout, Malwarebytes Anti-Malware for Android, a small portable app called Snap2Html (to generate html folder listings), and some of the best selling tablet PCs that are out there! Geek Squeaks’, features a round-up of tech products, news, software, apps, wallpapers, articles, you name it; from my... Continue Reading →
A summary of Today’s Geek Squeaks‘: Squeak #1 – (Get NirSoft and Sysinternals Utilities In One Program): A great way to capture any or all of the tech utilities that are developed by NirSoft and Sysinternals is to use the portable app called WSCC (Windows System Control Center). What I especially like about WSCC is... Continue Reading →
Managing apps on a flash drive can be a real challenge even for the polished IT professional. Flash Drives have given us the liberty to transport files from PC to PC and the ability to run apps (software applications) directly from these little buggers. Again the problem that occurs is the ability to manage and... Continue Reading →
If you are in the market for a portable flash drive, I can honestly attest to and recommend the SanDisk Cruzer line of USB Flash Drives. I have owned several of these drives, over the years; and, I literally use the daylights out of them to run portable apps and to perform file backups. I... Continue Reading →
Each week, What’s On My PC, features recent (within the past 7 days) links to articles that are authored by the blog owners who are associated with the What’s On My PC blogroll community (at the sidebar of the blog). If you are someone who has that special obsession for computers and information technology, I... Continue Reading →
It is that time again… Geek Squeaks’ is a weekly rundown of links to articles posted from the blogs that are associated with the What’s On My PC blogroll community. If you have a desire to keep up with information technology and computers, then I suggest you make these sites part of your daily routine.... Continue Reading →
When I am asked, “What browser do I use?”, I usually comeback with “I’m a Chrome user”; BUT, when my inner self takes over, the real answer is that I hang out with Firefox, Chrome and Opera. It seems that Chrome is in fact my primary browser (for the moment), but when Firefox and Opera... Continue Reading →