Movie Streaming

If your looking for a new movie streaming site you can check the link below, but there is no telling how long these sites will stay open once they're known.



Easy Phone Charging

Phone charging is becoming a profitable business and soon you will be seeing this portable charging places near you. I don't understand why these devices have not yet shown up in a mall near me.



USB info

Very interesting information from the USB inventor and how he mistakenly created something that he would figure everyone would get right on the first try to use the product.
But there is always a reason why things are made a special way.



Google Calendar Update

Looks like Google Calendar has a recent outage that affected many users and for those users who use it daily, it was a big loss of them. Some users were able to get back on track by using the mobile application.
Now, this incident should teach others to set up backup plans in the future so that they are prepared in advance should this happen again.
Maybe it's about time for Google Calendar to change it's program and offer an offline option.



Public Library Update

Looks like the public library is at risk of being obsolete. With pressure on the local government cuts, the library is slowly but surely disappearing from existence.
With the information highway offering vast information accessible to everyone, the library has now shifted to the web.
I do believe that this is the way of the future and libraries will eventually cease to exist. Stay tuned.



Consumer Reports Surface News

Looks like Consumer Reports changed their mind on Microsoft Surface laptops. Looks like after the 2nd year the laptop breakage has increased for the company when compared to other products in the same market. Although Microsoft defends heavy its product, the company is still new in the hardware business. But reliability is still a major factor and the Surface it's not living up to its name. The most common causes of the units were that the machine froze, shut down unexpectedly and touch screen unresponsive.

Looks like it's back to the drawing board for the company to fix out its software kinks.



Florida City Ransom

Not too long after Detroit had a similar ransom attack, this Florida City was recently targeted and the end results were not pretty. The city was forced to give in to the ransom demands in order to salvage their remaining system.
Their payoff is now going to inspire many other hackers to do the same and to continue ransom attacks.



Amazon Replaced Jobs

The new workforce is becoming a reality and it's only a matter of time before everyone else picks up the slack. They can work non stop and eliminate roles very quickly. The new industrial revolution has begun.



Baltimore's Hostage

A sad ransomware story from the city of Baltimore on how some hackers held the city hostage because of poor infrastructures. I hope this is a lesson learned and that it will be mandatory for all cities to upgrade their old infrastructure.



Chrome Alert

Looks like the Chrome browser no longer clears data and history. In order to do that you will have to use other third party software to remove this information.

Hopefully, this will clear this problem up soon, or do they really want to?



Online Forms and Surveys

Need a simple and easy way to make online forms and surveys. This site will show you where you can go to create these forms and surveys and tells you their differences when compared to other sites.



Console Games

Looks like some console games are now easily available for users to play online. Here is what you need to know to be able to play these games online for free.



NextDoor App

Here is an application of neighbors shame you and it's so wrong for others to do this that the users don't understand how a negative impact they are doing to their neighbors, regardless if they have good intentions or not.



Prime Drones

Looks like delivery drones are going forward with the help of Amazon. And if all goes well this could be the start of affordable shipping as we know it.



Airbnb for Cars

Looks like car renting will never be the same when everything gets finalized by this company. Know about renting homes and private condo. Airbnb is now moving into car rental and I must admit it will definitely change the rental business and I hope it will make things practical and affordable for everyone.
It's long been awaited and now this could be the end of car rentals as we know it.



Family Tree Now

Family Tree Now is sharing personal information to other users and before the data is shared you must first confirm if your data is on their website and opt out. Otherwise, your information is going to be sold.

Opt out


Human Composting

Looks like one state is taking green to a new level and we could see now a new alternative to cremations and burials in years to come. Very interesting to see when it's neighboring states will join the new generation of composting.



Biometric Car

Looks like cars are soon to become biometric and you should be getting ready for a keyless world moving forward. This will change everything moving forward and could bring cars to the next generation.



Cars2Go Theft

Looks like over 100 cars are still missing from this company and even though it may appear to look like a hack, it's not but an ongoing theft problem with company app.



Edge Browser Surprise

Microsoft recently did a surprising overhaul on its web browser that it's adopted its competitor's platform. What the future holds ahead is still yet to be seen. But one thing is right is that Microsoft now can focus on other things that make sense for the software giant.



Alexa Guard

Amazon rolled out Alexa Guard to protect your home when your away. And you can think of it as another alternative to add on to your security system when your away from home.



Sega Emulator

Looks like Sega Genesis has emulators for Windows 10 users and if your a hardcore Sega gamer, this could be some great news for you so that you can play your favorite games.



G Suite Foul

Looks like Google recently messed up when storing customer passwords in their system for several years. Although the flaw was recently patched your password could have been compromised.



Lenovo Folding Laptop

Looks like folding phones are not the only great thing that user's should be aware of. The next great things to these phones are now foldable laptop.
Now I am almost sure that this product is going to change the future of laptops forever.



DNA Craze

Yes, there are privacy concerns and who knows how these companies will use their database in the future to make money.



Google Duplex is Here

Now making appointments will be simple and easy to do with the help of Google Duplex. Give it a try and see if it meets your expectations. It's not for everyone.



Edge Security Conern

Looks like the new Edge browser is running on the Chrome platform and Microsoft is now cautioning user's not to open Edge with administrative privileges.
It not only causes security concerns but prevents problems with browser performance.



Yellow Triangle Fix

Looks like Windows has an ongoing problem with a yellow triangle and if you see this on your computer, it's advised to use the Windows troubleshooting software to correct your problem.



Single Line File Checker

Here is a great way to help repair single files from your computer, using this handy command trick. Files have a tendency to get mixed up and it's these handy scans that help to fix them.



Great Movie Sites

Looking for great ways to find streaming movies online. Here are some sites that will keep you entertained daily.




Need a free home financial application to manage your expenses. Try out this freebie and stay on top of your money where ever you go.



Win 10 Font Problem Fix

Using Windows 10 and dislike your fonts the way they are displaying on the screen. We'll it's unfortunate that Windows is trying to get away with it but here is a good fix for your display problems.




Here is a simpler way to run VMs using GNOME boxes. Now you have no reason not to try a new OS without the configuration boot options.



USB 3.2

Looks like the new generation of USB will get the user's more confused when it comes to branding. I just don't understand why they couldn't make things so simple for everyone to understand. Instead they're just going to confuse everyone.



WannaCry Hero Verdict

Looks like our favorite WannaCry Hero was recently sentenced for creating a banking malware a few years ago. Makes you wonder if being a Hero was his real intentions?



Facebook Payments

Looks like Facebook is getting ready to launch its payment system and it's could just change the way we pay for things. The project is still in the works and it's only a matter of time before it goes live and starts competing against rival payment companies.



Park Assist

Here is a new software that's going to change how you park. Not only does it find unoccupied spaces but it can also find your car if you recently parked it and cannot remember where you left it.



Google Auto Delete

Google now lets you auto-delete your app activity, location and web history. I guess they realized it that it's only a matter of time before consumers change their minds on how they are being tracked with Google, that they are now painlessly making it simple moving forward. Good to hear something good about online privacy.



Expiring Passwords

Looks like the so-called new technology on expiring passwords are no longer secure. So does this mean that the technology is dead?
Yes, after careful consideration, this out of date method is not secure anymore and they recommend you change your password every 90 days so that your account is always protected.



Facebook Uploads Contacts and Call History

Looks like Facebook still cannot be trusted and you should check if they did upload your contact and call history onto your profile.
It's stuff like this that they keep on getting in trouble for and from the looks of it there is no end unless you just close out your account.



Microsoft Support Abuse

Looks like there is a flaw in the Microsoft Support Portal for users with non-business accounts. And with this hackers were able to get access to user information.



GPS Hack

Looks like some hacker is getting into the GPS software's of vehicles and killing the car's engine. It's unfortunate that manufacturers are not taking serious patching up their GPS software security problems.



Virtual Clone Drive

Here is a great way to add a drive to any computer without using hardware. This handy utility makes it easier for the user to access the media quicker and faster.



Convertor Standalone

Want to convert a server to VMware, then it's a good idea to snap an image of your current server so that it can be converted to a virtual server when things go wrong.



Life Expectancy

Pretty cool site showing the life expectancy of people throughout the United States. And if you look closely you'll notice that no matter where you are at, you will most likely live life to the normal life expectancy age in your area.



RDP for Home Uses

Here is some great information on RDP for Windows Home users. It is possible to install RDP on Windows Home computer even though the application is blocked. There is a software called RDP Wrapper that lets you run the software similar to the regular software.



When Office is not activated

Curious what happens when Office is not activated and your trial is over. Here is some great information on what you can do with your expired Office software if you choose not to activate it.



Apple Facial Lawsuit

Looks like a teen is suing Apple for their facial recognition software when Apple used the teen's facial identity aginst recent thefts from the Apple store.

I don't blame the teen for being upset and now it brings under controversy the techniques use for Apple's new facial recognition software.



WIndows 10 LTS Channel

This is the option setting for businesses who have special devices with Windows 10 and do not need major changes on their devices because it's an out of the ordinary component. These devices are not available for consumers so it is important that they are updated differently. Ex. MRI, CAT scans, air traffic control devices and so on.

Here is what you need to know and how it works.



Windows 10 cost

Windows 7 has a short number of days to end and even if Microsoft extended the time frame, you still have to be a concern when you plan to upgrade and what is the new OS cost. Here is your guide to buying Windows 10 and it's cost.



Youtube Transfer

Want to transfer one account to another in Youtube. This is how to do it and there is no need to redo your account all over again when you have this site to help you.



Preinstalled Scripts

Looks like some manufacturers are having problems setting up their laptops and if you are doing a deployment, you should look on reading this article.



WHQL settings

Looks like some OEM have a bios setting called WHQL and this stand for Windows Hardware Quality Labs. It allows you to run some tests when it comes to drives when enabled.
This is what you should know about these settings and why they are being used.



Retro Aracdes

Looks like the retro arcades never grow old with time. Pac-Mann has always been a favorite for many and to this day it's always being downloaded more often than others.

Now here is a great way to install it on your Android or iOS.



Google Backup

I wrote about this service a while back but here it goes again for those user's who are concerning with backing up their Google accounts.

Gmail Backup


Excel Formula Problems

Hate it when Excel formulas do not update correctly. Well, here are some great reasons why this is occurring and hopefully it will resolve your ongoing headaches to your calculations.



Social Media Bans

Looks like these list of countries forbid users from social media accounts and makes you wonder why there are so critical in the first place.



Apple TV Plus

Looks like Apple is finally beginning it's streaming service and soon it will be competing again rivals Netflix and Amazon Prime. Get ready for another subscription service plan. Let's see how they do.




Looking for a unique Task Management tool for notes and communication. Take a look at Taskade and see how powerful this task management tool can be to you and your colleagues.
It's so powerful taht it will take you a while to get used to the tools they have to offer.



Office Suites Comparison

Which is better when you compare Open Office against Libre Office against Microsoft Office. Well, you already know who the winner is going to be of course. But it's great to know how similar each suite is with each other.



Make Online Videos

Here is a great way to make online videos with premium templates. It's almost as close as the professionals but good enough for the basic individuals.



Test PC Monitor for Gaming & Motion

Want to test your computer monitor for gaming and motion. Here is a great way to make sure if your monitor is up to date with gaming and motion handling.



Have Win 10 Troubleshoot Automatically

Windows 10 has some great new features and with this comes with the option of fixing automatically problems when they occur. It's not for everyone, but if you have a user who just wants to have their computer running smoothly daily. Then this is a great option for them.



Generic Win Product Keys

Here is a great site to install Windows 10 generic product keys to activate Windows 10. It's a great way to get better use of the software without activation.



Best and Worst Airlines

Here is some great travel information the next time you book a flight to your favorite airline. It's good to know who is doing their best to keep passengers happy.
So before you book your flight, get to know the airline responsibility performance.



SSD Info

Here is some great information for SSD drives for users yet not sure if they can switch. It's the Pros and Cons of SSD. In the end, it's still worth upgrading and getting data faster to you when you need it.



Map Alternatives

I am not a fan of map alternatives but if you really dislike Google Maps then here is a site to other alternate maps.



Next Gen Tv

Let's just say it's broadcasting going to the next generation. Now you can watch personal tv on all of your devices. It will be rolling out soon and the plan options are going to vary from location to location. The only things that users will have to give up are there privacy views.



AI is Listening

Looks like your friend Alexa is listening to your conversations and yes how it's affecting your privacy. It's Amazon's way to improve Alexa's voice service.

More Info


Office Deployment Tool

Great tool to use if you want to control what applications Office installs on your predefined settings. It will save you time and undesirable software that is not needed.



Router Update

Looks like there is a major router flaw and users are advised to update their router firmware immediately. Regardless of your make or model, I would from time to time check to see if there are any new firmware updates to keep your router safe from these unwanted hacks.



Magic Jack

Yes, this article is true regarding Magic Jack. I have pushed this product to family and friends for years and to their surprise, I have been able to cut down their telephone expense dramatically. The service does what it promises and if you just need a home phone around, this is a great solution. I am amazed at how the users prefer to pay for Vonage, or Verizon Fios and not understand it's the same service that Magic Jack offers, the only thing is that Magic Jack is cheaper and to the point.
Stop paying for phone service that should be cheap. Buy Magic Jack Go today and be free of your landline.



Microsoft Teams

Windows is competing against Stack and if you are interested in getting Microsoft Teams for free, now is the best time to get your hands on this great software.



Windows New Edge Browser

Here is a great way to try out Windows new web browser that is Chrome based. So if your tired of Edge browser constantly crashing, then maybe it's time to try the new Microsoft Edge.



iPhone Face ID

Looks like iPhone Face ID has some great identification tweaks that users should be aware of. If you are ready to spend the big bucks on the new iPhone you should at least know if Face ID is something you want to use.



Alexa move to Healthcare

Looks like Alexa is moving into health care rooms and it's only a matter of time before it starts replacing people. Now when you need something Alexa will be there to help.



Office Software

Now as per Microsoft you should be able to download the software from here should you still obtain the software serial number. But if all fails then your last stop is to hope you can still buy a replacement disk from Microsoft at 800-360-7561, good luck.

Alternate Link


Easily Boost WiFi Signals

Here are simple things to do to boost your WiFi signal. For most user's it requires a few tweaks and the rest relies on understanding how WiFi signals work.



Test your Bootable Devices

Need to test your bootable devices online so that your Flash drive, or CD, the DVD drive is formatted correctly and you do not waste time. This handling device will help you check your device easily and simple.



Lost Crypto Code

Looks like the CEO of Crypto exchange died with the sole password for the code and let's just say kill the currency. I guess he did not plan for a successful backup recovery option and now who knows about the future of the company.



The Real World Offline

Great information on the reality of offline life and the world around you. It's amazing how much you can learn from reading this article.



Check Bootable USB

If you have created bootable USBs and want to confirm if your device is working properly, here is a handy software to help you check your ISO image on your flash drive. Will save you a lot of time when you just need to get the job done right.



Boston 78rpm Collection

Looks like the Boston Public Library has available to download or listen to its large library of sound. If your interested in hearing songs from the early 1900s this is a great time to cherish the moments.



Run as Admin not working

If you are having problems with run as admin in Windows, then this is your solution to get the application running back as normal.



Win 10 Screenshots

Here are a few ways to take a windows screenshot in Windows 10 and hopefully it will save you some time to get the information you need to others.



Gmail 15

Looks like Gmail just turned 15 and with this anniversary comes improvements to its products. Like Smart Compose and new email scheduling. Enjoy the new features.



Microsoft New Browser

Looks like Microsoft's new browser is going to have new features for the enterprise that might interest some network administrators.



DirecTv Changes

Looks like DirecTv may change the way it views programming by eliminating the dish altogether. The new programming will be delivered over the internet and let's just say the change will end all their satellite service as we know it.



Rotate Screen Win 10

Need to rotate your screens in Windows 10, here is how you do it and hopefully, it will change your viewing habits.



Windows 10 CheatBook for Gamers

Here is a great way to get the best out of Windows 10 using the CheatBook. You'll be amazed at the simple tricks that can make a difference.
This is the best way to take your gaming skills to the next level. Give it a shot and see how far  you can go.



Ransomware for Chemical Co

Looks like a chemical company had a scary ransom attack recently that it had no choice but to replace hundreds of computers for new ones.
It just shows you have simple and easy it is to take hostage of a company with ransomware.



Vendor Scam

Pretty shocking to hear that a vendor can scam Google and Facebook out of serious money and that they were able to get as far as getting the money wired to the account.

Just to show you that no one is safe from email compromise.



Micrsoft Teams Update

Microsoft Teams celebrates its anniversary by adding features. Its software seems very user-friendly than competitors and the future looks very promising for Teams. So let's hope that they can get it together.



Foxit PDF Editor

Looking for a free PDF editor that's not related to Adobe and it's software headaches. Check out Foxit and see if it meets your expectations on editing PDF files.



Frightening Emails

Looks like hackers are out again scaring individuals and this time its scary emails of accessing your webcams. Now don't be a victim and don't fall into these email scams.



Amazon Basic's

Looks like a lot of controversies is going over Amazon basics. For many who don't know already, it's Amazon signature brand against its competitors. It's a great bargain for consumers and a great loss for the vendors. You decide which side you want to be on.




Here is a new service with a better way to communicate with others. If you are looking for a better way to communicate with others without the Facebook nonsense, get ready for Telegram.



Cheap Games

Looking for Game deals, you might want to check out these sites and your favorite games that you still love to play.

Humble Bundle

Good Old Games


Money Management

Managing your finances can be tricky and it's always a good idea to invest in software that will help you understand your expenses and how you spend your money. If you can learn how to live on a budget you can then succeed on saving up to buy a car, house and plan your dream vacation.

Here are some great home financing software for everyday users.

Ace Money $40- handles exchange rates

Quicken $35-$50- depending on the version

You Need a Budget $7- a month


Norton Utlities

Now I haven't used this software for years but back in the days, it was a must-have product. Now if your not computer savvy and want all your computers to be at optimum speed, then I would strongly recommend this product. Besides you cannot go wrong on paying $40- a year and use it across 10 computers.