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Monday, June 27, 2011

Menu Uninstaller

MenuUninstaller uninstalls programs right from Windows’ context menu. If you stumble upon unwanted Windows programs, you usually have to head all the way to the Control Panel to remove it. MenuUninstaller adds an "Uninstall" option to the Windows context menu so you can remove programs right from their shortcuts. Very useful and time-saving.



Saturday, June 25, 2011

5 places to get great free stuff

Give some things away or maybe someone is giving away something you need.
Click  on Kim’s photo for detailed information about each site. 


Or click below to go directly to the site.

Snail Bob2

In this game your job is to help Snail Bob travel safely through a dangerous forest and reach his Grandpa’s house in one piece.The object of the game is to help Snail Bob avoid the dangers he will encounter during each part of his journey so that he can deliver a birthday present to his Grandpa. You will need to think your way through the traps that await and when necessary move quickly!
Click on  the funny "F" below
  Need help? Click here: HELP
Click on your "BACK" button to return here






Friday, June 24, 2011

101 Classic Computer Ads

Take a stroll down memory lane with this collection of classic computer magazine ads filled with the “all powerful” computers of yesteryear


Free Online Calculators

Calculator.net is one of its kinds on the Internet today. This site's sole focus is to provide fast, comprehensive, convenient, free online calculators in a plethora of areas—the majority of which we developed in-house. 

Currently, we have approximately 120 calculators to help you "do the math" quickly in areas such as finance, weight loss, math, pregnancy, and others, and we are still developing more. Our goal is to become the one-stop, go-to site for people who need to make quick calculations.
 

Additionally, we believe the internet should be a source of free information. Therefore, all of our tools and services are completely free, with no registration required. If you like this site, please be sure to bookmark it or add it to your favorite social network.

This is a truly useful site - Don

Free Online Service Helps Find Your Stolen Camera

The way this works is actually quite clever. There's no guarantee that it will lead you to the thief but it might. Equally well it may prompt you to remember where you left your camera.   
Read about it:


Go directly to the website.



http://www.stolencamerafinder.com/

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Microsoft recently released into Beta a new malware recovery tool called the Microsoft Standalone System Sweeper. It addresses one of the fundamental problems encountered when attempting to clean up a seriously compromised machine.

The sweeper looks to be a useful tool in a couple of specific cases: 
  • When other traditional attempts at cleaning the system by running tools within the system have failed.
  • When the malware infection prevents anti-malware programs from being downloaded or updated.

Probably the Best Free Security List in the World

The products are almost exclusively free with some exceptions: products where there is no free alternative,  good products that offer a lifelong license, and exceptional products. In some cases the links point to executables. In such cases replace [dot] with . and the link will work.



BitDefender Safego

Posts on your wall, comments from friends, Inbox messages: sharing’s the name, having fun is the game. Well, at least until an infected link or a ton of spam steps in to spoil it.
Using in-the-cloud scanning, BitDefender safego keeps your social networking account safe so that you and your PC don’t get into e-trouble. An efficient BitDefender spam repellent also helps keep your message flow free from this kind of blah-blah.
And that’s not all. With BitDefender safego you get a privacy rating that tells you whether you’re an easy prey on the personal data theft front as well. 



Monday, June 20, 2011

How To Recover After Your Email Password Is Compromised

I received a request to publish this again.

Your friends are reporting spam and pleas for money originating from your email account and some of your logins aren’t working; you’ve been compromised. Read on to see what to do right now and how to protect yourself in the future. Read more: 





Are You an Unwitting Spammer?

Are you getting replies to email messages that you never sent? Friends complaining that you're spamming them? Are you receiving "bounce" messages from email servers about messages to non-existent accounts that you don't recognize? Do you find messages in your junk-mail folder sent from yourself? If any of these things happens to you, you may be an unwitting participant in spam.


Sunday, June 19, 2011

How to Clean Electronics

Like so many things in our home, electronics are sitting magnets for dust and grime. Here's how to clean your electronics without wrecking them.


Spyware: How do I remove and avoid spyware?

Spyware is a modern scourge. It's certainly on the list of top five topics that I deal with on a daily basis.
Some forms actually live up to the name and spy on you by monitoring and recording what you do. Others are worse: acting almost like viruses, hijacking your web browser, popping up ads, or wreaking just general havoc.
Like viruses, spyware isn't going to go away any time soon. It requires vigilance on your part to avoid spyware.
There are three important steps to avoiding spyware: Read more...



How to Thoroughly Clean Your Keyboard (Without Breaking Anything)

Your keyboard is one of your most important peripherals, but it’s bound to get clogged with dirt and grime over time. Dust off, scrub down, and clean up your number one input device safely with these tips.


Desktop Fun: Heroes of DC Comics Wallpaper Collection

DC Comics has a great line-up of super hero characters and we have gathered together some of DC’s finest for you in today’s collection. Give your desktop super powers with our Heroes of DC Comics Wallpaper collection.


Saturday, June 18, 2011

Google City Tours

Google Labs has a new experimental project that could become a part of Google Maps: City Tours. The service "helps you identify points of interest and plan multi-day trips to most major cities. You just specify the location of your hotel and the length of your trip and City Tours will map out an itinerary for you," explains Google.






Thursday, June 16, 2011

Protect Your Facebook Account From Malware Attacks

Phishing is all too easy on Facebook. Someone (you don't really know who) sends a friend request which you, of course, accept. Then he posts a tempting item on your Wall like, "Shocking video of Britney and J-Lo in a hot tub" with a link to the purported video. You click, and a fake YouTube page appears. 

(Very worthwhile article from a reliable source-consider a free subscription to his newsletter - Don)


How to Buy a GPS

Follow our directions to find the best stand-alone GPS device to get you where you're going without breaking the bank along the way.

Then read about:
The 10 Best GPS Devices

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

How To Recover After Your Email Password Is Compromised

Your friends are reporting spam and pleas for money originating from your email account and some of your logins aren’t working; you’ve been compromised. Read on to see what to do right now and how to protect yourself in the future.


XnConvert - edit your photos

This program is a powerful, batch photo editor which can apply edits to your folder photos all at once. With XnConvert  you can perform multiple conversions at once. You can resize, rotate and crop. You can also add text and watermarks. XnConvert has  tools for color balance and color changes. It has filters like blur and emboss. It also has tools for adding a border or making your photo look like an oil painting. XnConvert handles almost every image file format. You have total control over duplication and filename. And it is FREE!



Monday, June 13, 2011

Top 10 Geeky Projects to Earn Yourself a Memorial Day ER Visit

What better way to kick off your summer than building something to dazzle your neighbors with a symphony of booms, zaps, thumps, and other assorted better-call-the-ambulance noises? Read on as we highlight 10 geeky and dangerous projects.

This is an absolute riot!!! Don


Sunday, June 12, 2011

What's a firewall, and how do I set one up?

Many types of viruses and other types of malware can be prevented simply by using a good firewall. In your car, a firewall is the "wall" of metal between you and the engine. Its purpose is to prevent engine fires from reaching you.
A firewall for your computer is much the same - the point is to keep you from getting burned. Read more...




tinySpell

Occasionally you need to check spelling in an application that does not include a spelling checker and you don't want to launch your word processor just for that. This is when tinySpell becomes handy. It is a small utility that allows you to easily and quickly check and correct the spelling in any Windows application.
tinySpell can watch your typing on the fly and alert you whenever it detects a misspelled word.
It can also check the spelling of text that you copy to the clipboard.
tinySpell installs itself in the system tray for easy access.




Friday, June 10, 2011

New Way to Get Air Flight Information with Google Search

Just in time for the summer travel season, Google announced today that it was making it easier to get flight information. It is now very simple to find out which airlines service a particular route and what the flight times are.


Thursday, June 09, 2011

Free Online Service Helps Find Your Stolen Camera

Most cameras store a small amount of data within each picture that they take, in a format called EXIF. This data includes the serial number of the camera.
The site at StolenCameraFinder.com trawls the web, looking inside millions of image files and making a note of each image's URL and the camera's serial number.
 

So if your camera ever gets stolen, use the site to upload a picture that you took with the camera while it was still in your possession. The system will then compare that picture with the database, and show you any other pictures on the web that were taken with it.
Which might just help you recover your stolen camera or help you remember where you left it.


Tuesday, June 07, 2011

Do I Need Microsoft System Sweeper?

Some malware can render Windows-based anti-malware programs impotent, or even prevent the operating system from loading at startup. Microsoft has a released a beta (test) version of a recovery program that can boot from CD or USB flash drive, allowing users to clean infected machines without loading Windows or depending on your anti-virus software . It can also find and eliminate hidden rootkits.

 

Sunday, June 05, 2011

A better way to play your music.

Music Beta by Google: Listen anywhere, even offline.

You can get to your personal music collection at home or on the go. Listen from the web or any enabled device with the Music app available from Android Market. Not online? No problem. The songs you've recently played will automatically be available offline. You can also select the specific albums, artists and playlists you want to have available when you're not connected.



 

 

iOffer.com: A Place to Buy, Sell & Trade

Buying on iOffer is easy.
Once you have found an item you like, you can either buy it at the seller's asking price or make the seller an offer. Increase the chances of a seller accepting your offer by creating a Group Offer.
  •     No Listing Fees
  •     Free iOffer store
  •     Import your items and rating from eBay and other sites.
 

 
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