Today’s Geek Squeaks – November 5, 2013

Summary: Update Microsoft Windows and Office without an Internet connection; A computer-generated digital decoy named "Sweetie" snares sex predators; An all-in-one toolbox for your Android smartphone or tablet; and, A 650 lumen tactical flashlight… Geek Squeaks’ features a round-up of tech products, news, software, apps, wallpapers, articles, you name it;  from my favorite tech web... Continue Reading →

Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#78)

Microsoft dropping the price of the Surface  RT tablet; an update to one of the best FREE image editing software packages out there; how to setup Prey to track a lost or stolen laptop; download and save Microsoft updates using Microsoft’s Update Catalog; and, protect yourself from power surges… Plan on seeing more of Geek... Continue Reading →

When Windows Updates Go Bad

Windows Updates is a necessary evil that routinely provides (usually 2nd Tuesday of each month) Windows Operating System Updates, as well as, security or critical updates that help protect us from known malware and security exploits. The general rule of thumb, for the home based computer user, is to have your computer set to install... Continue Reading →

Windows Update to be Updated

Be Aware: Starting in late August, Microsoft will start rolling out an update (or upgrade) to the Windows and Microsoft Update Services. You will automatically receive the upgrade if you have automatic updates set to install download updates. Reportedly this upgrade will enhance the notification process and provide a more detailed description of updates. It... Continue Reading →

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