NEW Version of Microsoft Security Essentials

I am often asked; “What security software do I use for my main layer of protection? My answer is, “Microsoft Security Essentials”… Microsoft Security Essentials provides real-time protection for your home or small business PC that guards against viruses, spyware, and other malicious software. I currently have Microsoft Security Essentials installed on all of my... Continue Reading →

Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#47)

Due to the blizzard conditions here in Maryland, my intro for Geek Squeaks’ is a short one…  I encourage you to take advantage of Geek Squeaks’ and bookmark the sites reflected below that are maintained by some of the best bloggers on the internet. Snakebytez Tweak Windows 7 with TweakNow PowerPack TTC Shelbyville Windows 7... Continue Reading →

Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#36)

Welcome to the weekly roundup of articles from the developers of the blogs that are members of the What’s On My PC blogroll community.  I encourage you to visit these blogs to learn more about information technology and computers.  To these authors, I say Thank You! AKS – Feel The Change Windows SteadyState- Powerful tool... Continue Reading →

Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#31)

If you are someone that is into computers, technology, and software; then, you need to follow the blogs I have listed below. Listed is a compilation of articles (from the past 7 days) from the blogs that are on the What’s On My PC… blogroll. The authors of these articles (and blogs) go to to... Continue Reading →

Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#7)

As always, this weeks' roundup of articles by those on my blogroll (aka: Launch Pad) are absolutely remarkable.  Please note that I created a category on the blog, titled “Geek Squeaks". You can easily preview past articles written by these authors by clicking on that category. The category listings are located on the sidebar of... Continue Reading →

Worm Bounty set by Microsoft ($250,000)

Remember the Conficker worm that you recently read about here on “What’s on my PC…” [ click here ] ?  In summary, Microsoft is going on the offensive by offering a quarter of a million dollars to track down the author(s) of the Conficker worm (aka: downadup, Kido). Conficker exploits a Windows vulnerability; patched by... Continue Reading →

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