12/31/10

Mini Xp

Need to run Windows XP on a computer and are having difficulties because you don't have XP on your current computer. This is where mini XP comes to the rescue. Don't expect miracles because it's limited. But it's a great utility to use when doing a PC rescue to copy all of your files to a flash drive.

Direct Link 1
Direct Link 2

12/30/10

Free Rice

Play the game for free and feed the hungry. It's the way to go to make a difference during the Holidays. Start now.

12/29/10

File Dropper

Need to share files. Just upload a file up to 5 gig and share the link. That easy and that simple.

12/28/10

Microsoft Starter Edition

These are the pro and cons of having Microsoft starter edition on your computer. It's a way of Microsoft saying, you can use our product for free, but you can't do the following! What did you expect for free?

12/27/10

Microsoft Power Slashing App

Microsoft is in the works currently for a power slashing application. If all goes well we could be seeing this implemented on network computers. It's a good move for Microsoft on going green.
The application enables the computer to be accessible remotely while in standby mode without excessive power consumption. Let's go Microsoft.

12/26/10

Drop.io

Looking for a simple way to share in real time. It comes with a price, but the encryption makes it worth while having. Give it a test run and you'll be surprised.

12/25/10

Windows Recovery CD's

Looking for Windows Vista or Windows 7 Recovery CD's. Manufacture's don't supply them, because if they did then you wouldn't need to buy another copy of Windows. But I suggest you download these file immediately before it's too late. You never know when your going to need these recovery CD's.

Windows Vista - 32 Bit
Windows Vista - 64 Bit
Windows 7 - 32 Bit
Windows 7 - 64 Bit

12/24/10

Work Order 2.1

If you have a small business and are currently doing side jobs. It's nice to keep track of your current jobs that your doing for your customer's. If your just starting out and Quickbooks is still not for you. This is a first step on building your customer database. Lot's of luck.

12/23/10

Heineken

Customize your own Heineken case of beer. It's a great idea proposed by Heineken for it's beer lovers. This Holiday shell out $38- and give friends customize beer bottles.

12/22/10

AMP Key

Here is another link to the famous Key flash drive. I have already several of these devices and I must say, that it does go well with my regular house keys. It's a must have item for anyone who craves flash drives.

12/21/10

MiniPak

Here are the first hydrogen fuel cells. This will one day, save your life when power consumption is obsolete. I am going to hold off for now on until they test these power cells over and over. I almost certain that they're will be problems for the first generation until everything is sorted out.

12/20/10

How Many Days Old Are U?

Just in case you wanted to know how many days old are you. This simple calculator will give you the results with weeks, years, days and leap years.

12/19/10

Remote Access portable

Need remote access on the go, take a look at portable client access on the go. It promises to help you connect to any client or server quickly.

12/18/10

Cmd Line Portable

Here is a great way to get onto the Command Prompt using your USB portable device. It's a great way to tweak commands on locked computers.

12/17/10

Run Mac on a usb stick

It's possible to run Mac on a USB stick and here is the how to do it.
If you don't have a Mac and still want to test it out, you can still do so by using old MAC software's. Just remember these software's are obsolete and you should only use it for experimental purposes.

Here are other useful Links
Mac Plus
Mini vMac
Blanks

12/16/10

Goosh

If your an IT professional and want to look like an expert. When problems arise instead of using google to find your answers. Do this, go to Goosh.org. It not only will make your customers think your knowledgeable, but make them think you really know what your doing. Hopefully this will buy you sometime on fixing their problems.

12/15/10

PadLock for iPad

If you have a current iPad your probably trying to figure out what's the best anti theft solution you have to protect your device from prowling thieves. Your best bet for now is to use this freeware until something better comes along.
PadLock locks you iPad by monitoring it's usb power connection. If the power is interrupted an alarm sounds notifying you a breach of security. It's not fool proof. But it's good enough to scare the not so smart thieves.

12/14/10

Soluto

Need to control your computer's startup programs so that you computer can load up quickly. Soluto is what your going to need and after a few tweaks, your computer should load faster because now, your controlling how programs are loading up on startup.

12/13/10

X Setup Pro

With 1900 windows setting tweaks it's no wonder everyone loves this software. After over ten years of service the developer gave up because of the insolvency of WUG.

12/12/10

Unistalling Norton Internet Security

Need additional help on uninstalling Norton Internet Security. This software should do the trick. Just remember to confirm that it's correctly removed from your computer by visiting Add/Remove Programs.

12/11/10

Google Maps Preview

Here is a great way to preview Google Maps in Gmail. All you have to do is go to the lab -> and enable Google Maps in Gmail. Now every time someone sends you an address in Gmail. Google will automatically pull up it's location on Google Maps.

12/10/10

3M USB 3.0 Monitor

As USB 3.0 is now making it's way into our technological world. Manufactures are already making use of USB 3.0 compatibility.
3M has just created a way to make a monitor, powered by a USB port. It's a positive move for 3M going green with our future energy crisis.

12/9/10

Iso Burner

Here are a few ISO Burneing software's to help you burn hard to copy CD's and DVD's. You can decide which one works for you. I prefer IsoBuster.

12/8/10

Nitro PDF Reader

Need to tweak, edit or create pdf files without the expense of Adobe. This freeware does so much that you'll reconsider on paying for future premium services.

12/7/10

Acer Manuals

Looking for Acer Service Manuals. Take a peak at this look and lots of luck in servicing your computer.


Here is also the link for the Acer User Manuals

12/6/10

Network Print Scanner

Looking for a network printer and don't know how many printer's are on the network or which printer you want to connect to or troubleshoot. This printer scanner promises to save you time in narrow down your search for that printer.

12/4/10

V-verse

Looking for a usb cable that you can use with your cell phone to connect to the internet. Take a look at this smart usb cable. It not only gives your laptop internet access but can be used with several different types of cell phones.
This smart cable tricks the computer to think that you have connected a usb device. Once connected everything else is user friendly.

12/3/10

Backup the Win 7 Registry

Don't know how to backup your Windows 7 registry. Here is the tutorial to help you do just that. Just remember that you should never tweak the registry unless you really have a good backup of your computer and you definitely know what your doing.

12/2/10

Remove Programs in Win 7

Here is a quick way to remove programs in Windows 7 using the "Open With Menu". It requires you tweak the registry. So make sure you backup your registry just in case things go wrong.

12/1/10

What happened to my Tag

What is My Tag. It's just a tag to be posted on the web. It came about years ago when I was introduced to the world of computing and was searching online and found my tag and from that point on it was a nice trademark. But lately I've been seeing other users post stuff on this site that I disapprove of and using it like crazy. I guess someone figured they could use the tag for fast recognition. So much for trademark, so I discontinued using it. 

11/30/10

Windows 7 Energy Report

Want to know how much power your Windows 7 computer is consuming. Just go to the command line in Windows 7 and type "powercfg.exe". This will create a utility report on your computer's energy consumption, so that way you know how much energy your computer is using up daily.

11/29/10

Where is my Dell Service Code

If you have a Dell PC, every now and then when it's time to upgrade your going to need the service code or service tag number. Here is where you should find it so that you can upgrade your computer.

Another way to get the service tag is via cmd prompt and typing in wmic bios.
For more information see Link

Or better yet use a third party software to get your service tag from the express code given Link

11/28/10

Follow Traders

Enjoy the market and wished you could follow your favorite traders. Here is an interesting site to help you follow your trader. Just join up and add them to your Gurus.

11/27/10

NetTools

If your looking for a user friendly network tool to help you diagnose network problems. Help is on it way. Enjoy.

11/26/10

You & Your Email Address

I don't know if it's true or false what they say about email address personalities. But it does makes sense. What do you think?

11/25/10

Recover Outlook Express Emails

Need to recover emails from Outlook Express Database. UnDBX is what your looking for and it might just save your day.



Direct Link

11/24/10

National Opt-Out

I don't know if this is going to be a good idea, but it sure going to make headlines. I believe they're better ways to protest than to crowd airport lines up during the holiday. I bet this person doesn't do a lot of air travel during the holidays.

11/23/10

Verify if a website is running

The easiest way to do this is to use my blog. I have created an application at the bottom of my Blog named Verify if a website is running to see if a website is down.

Test Results:
If you get a test results. Then there is a good chance that it's not your computer but it's the website. Usually this happens because of high internet traffic to that site at that particular time or it could be maintenance issues. Your best bet is to try at a latter time. Good luck.

11/22/10

Move Files in Vista

If you have recently edited the user profile or created a new profile in Vista. You might have noticed that all your files are missing. Here how to fix it. Microsoft doesn't make it that easy.

For Changing folder location or for Move file's to another location

11/21/10

Lacie Flash Drives

If your looking for a key like flash drive. Take a look at a Lacie drive. It will change the way you store your portable files.

11/20/10

Circuit Business Card

If your looking for a unique business card, take a look at the new circuit board business card. It even can be used as a USB flash drive.

11/19/10

All Remote Connections

Want to organize all your remote connections into one place. This software makes this simple and easy. Now connecting remotely is a snap.

Link

11/18/10

More power from USB port

If your in need of more power from your current USB port. Help is here. Now motherboards are using an integrated software to give you more power to your USB ports.

Direct Links
Gigabyte
MSI
Asus

11/17/10

Blackblaze

Looking for an online backup that's helps you to do your backup without any help. Blackblaze comes to the rescue with it's online backup service. No need to pick the files and no need to find any folders. Everything is done automatically. Try it.

11/16/10

Computer Specs

Need to get all the diagnostic spec's on your computer. Try entering in the run command "dxdiag" and you'll retrieve all sorts of information from your computer that your going to need one day or another.

11/15/10

Don't Sleep

Who would want a don't sleep software. How about someone who's using a computer and downloading a large file and hate it that their computer stops the download because it goes on sleep mode. Besides that it's a great software prank to use on your friend.s

11/14/10

Grammer Software

Ever wonder if the words that your writing is grammatically correct? I hope it is, but to make sure, here is a great grammar check software to proof read your documents.

11/13/10

Google Password Decryptor

Lost your Google password and need to recover it. This software helps you find your password stored on various Google app's. Good luck.

11/12/10

Kindle on your PC

Want to view Kindle books on your computer. No problem with the help of software. It even sync's your last page and annotations between devices.

11/11/10

It's 2010 and IM is Dead

It looks like in 2010 Instant Messenger came to an end. This was due to heavy competition, with different software compatibility.
Now our new generation prefers not to use Instant Messenger but instead use something more cross platform like Twitter or Skype to reach out to friends. Instant Messenger should have learned a lesson a long time ago, "software compatibility."

11/10/10

Team Viewer

Here is a great remote access software for your friends and family. The setup is easy and you connect in minutes. Great solution for remote support to the one's that you care for.

11/9/10

Firesheep exposes Social Sites

Be warned that if your currently using social sites to post private pictures and posts, Firesheep can be used to access the account. Currently there has been over 100k download since the new software has been out and social groups such as Facebook, Twitter, Flickr and Yelp are being compromised. 
At this point it's useless to suggest user's what to do since sites have already been compromised. But in the future user's should know better.

Firesheep


11/8/10

McAfee Stinger Portable

Here is another utility to help you detect and remove specific viruses. I still haven't found one complete antivirus software that is capable of protecting and removing an infected computer. Your best bet is to try several individual antivirus software removers until your sucessful.

11/7/10

iPhone 4 Bug

Let's just say Apple should be ashamed on creating an application that anyone can bypass. What's the point on locking your phone, if anyone can easily bypass it. Just shows you how sloppy they are now getting. It's only a matter of time before they are matched up equally with Microsoft's sloppiness.

11/6/10

How to remove Facebook Pages

Time is running out for removing your Facebook pages. With Facebook constantly updating it's policies and privacy acts. You just might not get another chance to do this, so act now to secure your privacy.

11/5/10

Imogen Cinema Stick

Get ready for the first flash drive movie player. This amazing Stick takes plays HD movies in MKV, RMVD, TS format. It's no wonder this tiny device is a keeper. I just hope that Western Digital improvises quick. Otherwise it's going to be the end for today's movie players.

11/4/10

Google Earth 3D Plugin

Want to see Earth in 3D, try the Google Earth view plugin and anyone now will be able to view almost any terrain on the Earth in 3D. Give it a try, because the trip is out of this world.

11/3/10

Convert WMC Recordings

If your currently using Windows 7 you should notice that the Windows Media Center (WMC) is better integrated with cable, broadcast and internet TV. Windows 7 now no longer uses DVR-MS format. So if your going to play these files on older version of WMC or Windows Media Player, your out of luck. The only way you can watch them on older versions is to convert them back to .dvr-ms.
With Windows 7 you can easily do this by just right clicking and converting back to .dvr-ms.

11/2/10

Windows 7 SP1 RC

Let's just say it has just a minor fix and it's not even addressing the common freezes with Windows Internet Explorer. Like always it's another bomb for Microsoft on fixing it's still faulty operating system.

11/1/10

What's Your Speed

Need to test your internet speed. Well Speed Test will confirm your download and upload speeds to make sure that your getting exactly what your paying for. Although most providers can only estimate your actual upload and download speeds. You can at least decide if your still getting your moneys worth.

10/31/10

External HD problems

Have an external hard drive but notice that on Windows 7 the drive file system sometimes fails. The reason for this that Windows 7 likes only the NTFS format. All other old file formats like FAT32 tend to be ignored. The only solution to correct this problem is to format your drive to NTFS so that Windows 7 will always recognize it.

There are several ways to do this and one way to do it is by using the convert.exe command in DOS. After you type convert.exe convert x: /fs:ntfs, (in which x is the drive for your external hard drive).
Make sure that your external drive is empty first before your convert it to NTFS otherwise all your data will be erased.

ex:
c:\users\ED>convert f: /fs:ntfs

10/30/10

New HTML5

Here are twenty things to know about HTML5 that's not yet set to come out until the year 2022. But from the way it's going now, it's bound to change in so many different ways we can't yet begin to imagine.

10/29/10

Windows Installer Cleanup Utility

If you can't remove or uninstall a program this handy utility come to the rescue. I just don't understand why this took so long for Microsoft to produce.

10/28/10

Issuu

Thought Zino was the only digital online publisher around. Well Issuu is doing the same thing and it's only a matter of time before the world adapts to digital magazines. I mean who wouldn't enjoy the portability and comfort of having several hundred magazines instead of just one.

10/27/10

Windows 7 Hidden Wallpapers

Looking for more wallpapers in Windows 7? Try finding the file in your C: drive named Globalization. It's usually in c:/windows/globalization
In here you'll find two folders named ELS and Sorting. You now go to the top right search bar and type individually "Canada, South Africa, United Kingdom and Australia"
and presto Windows should be able to find hidden wallpapers with from these countries.

10/26/10

Google Shuts Down 411

It's bad news for Google 411 users. Google plans on shutting down the service but will still keep their text messaging feature still active. I am quite disappointed on their recent move because I believe 411 should be free for everyone to use. I just hope that another company will come to the rescue.

In the meantime feel free to use the service until
November 12, 2010


For 411 via text - just send a text to 466453 (GOOGLE)

10/25/10

Say Goodbye to the Bios

We are still way off from the UEFI to be standard on all computers. But until this day comes, here's what you need to know and why it's going to end the bios in computers.

10/24/10

Playboy in 3D

There is so many new plans for 3D that even Playboy magazine, is betting their odds on it, by creating their first 3D magazine. It's only a matter of time before 3D takes us to the next generation.

10/23/10

Grooveshark

Play hundreds of songs via music streaming web, right now and instantly. It's like a jukebox for all music with an enormous library. Try it, you'll enjoy it.

10/22/10

Convertor

Here is a great mathematical way to convert various measurements. The program does an easy conversion from a list of several hundred conversion tables. A must have for the mathematician.

10/21/10

Read It Later

Here is a new way to save all of those favorite articles you just don't have time to read. By using Read it Later, it piles up the articles you saved to read for a later time. Now you can always be on top of your readings.

10/20/10

Google Map Buddy

Want to view large Google Maps and be able to print them easily without trying to configure with your printer settings. Google Map Buddy does the trick and you don't have to install the software on your computer for it work. Just unzip it, click Google Map Buddy exe file and paste url address and print.

10/19/10

NatGeo on a Hard Drive

If your looking for all the reprint publications of National Geographic. Here's a way to obtain every reprint in a 60gig hard drive. It's going to set you back almost $200- but in the end you be satisfied that you'll have the collection on hand for future reference.

10/18/10

Microsoft Killing Money

After ten years of Microsoft Money, the company has decided to end it's product and offer a final release to all users. This will enable user's to be able to use the software manually without any online access. I am surprised that the software lasted this long.

Download Link

10/17/10

How Libraries sort books

I don't know how many libraries have this sorting machine, but it kind of looks like the same technology federal express uses to ship it's packages.

10/16/10

Create Survey Forms with Google Doc's

If your looking for a simple way to create survey forms with your company, try Google Documents. It's cost effective because it's free. All you have to do is open up an account with Gmail. This will give you access to Google Documents and in Google Documents you just create a new form to create a survey. The setup is simple once you decide on what type of survey you want.
In the long run your customers will be happy knowing that they can share their thoughts and opinions.

10/15/10

Verizon's Droid teardown

Here is a great video tearing down the new Verizon Droid telephone. I just love to see what inside. Do you?

10/14/10

Xbox 360 Flash

You will no longer have the need to upgrade your Xbox 360 game console. Microsoft is now allowing users to store games, content and multimedia files via flash drive. It's only a matter of time before Xbox 360 gets smaller.

10/13/10

Microsoft Security Essentials for SMB

Starting October small business users can now install Microsoft Security Essentials that was once only licensed for Consumers. This is a big leap for Microsoft to expand it's Microsoft Security Essentials software to the business world.
I guess now the only question is whether they will be able to compete effectively with Symantec and McAfee business customers.

10/12/10

Verizon's 18k bill

Let's just say that it's so important to keep track of your contracts even when it's Verizon wireless. This customer is sure going to learn the hard way their lesson's on promotional offers.

10/11/10

Power for a Week

Need power for a week, this new Lithium battery is scheduled to come out next year with plenty of power to go around. We just wish we can get this sooner.

10/10/10

Head Mounted Camera's

Get ready for the head mounted camera's. It's a new technology that's in use by the current San Diego Police Department. If everything goes well. Be ready to see it near a policeman near you.

10/9/10

Youtube Movie & TV shows

Let's just say for $.99 up to $4.00 you can watch movies and television shows for 48 hours. I guess you can now call Youtube the new Netflix of videos.

10/8/10

Android 50k apps

Android has gone past it 50k applications and it's still climbing. This could only mean one thing for current Android cell phone users. The cell phone world is theirs.

10/7/10

Visa wireless payments

Visa is clearing the way for iPhone user's to pay for items wirelessly using their iPhones. If things go well for iPhone user's, get ready for pay as you go wireless payments.

10/6/10

Sony ends Floppy

After thirty years, Sony is giving up on making floppy disks. It's about time, when you can't compare the portability of a floppy vs a flash drive.

10/5/10

Apple Digital Concerts & Events

It looks like Apple is trying to cash in on almost anything. If there lucky it's patent on it's electronic Digital Concert and Events application could be another cash cow for Apple.

10/4/10

Online Banking keylogger

Your never going to stop hearing these stories. All you can do is to be very cautious and hope that this doesn't happen to you.

10/3/10

Hanshin Icreon

Have a new television and want to connect it wireless to your computer. Here's your answer to your not so difficult problem. In the end your audio and video needs will be fur filled to enjoyment.

10/2/10

Japanese P2P virus

This is a nice one. You go online and do a google search on specific porn sites and you get a virus. Then the virus demands that you pay ten dollars otherwise your browser history information will be posted publicly online.
Well if your a known celebrity, that no good. Otherwise who cares.

10/1/10

Avoid Email Mistakes

Interesting article on why not to send emails from your Outlook email's immediately. I guess it all depends on what type of position your in and if it really matters on what types of emails you send out to others.
Regardless here is the Outlook settings to disable emails in Outlook to send immediately by default.

To reset this option so that you control when Outlook sends mail, do the following:

From the Tools menu, choose Options.
Click the Mail Setup tab.
Click Send/Receive in the Send/Receive options.
Uncheck the Include This Group In Send/Receive (F9) option in the Setting For Group “All Accounts” section. Most of us will set this for all accounts, but you can configure Outlook to handle each account differently.
Click Close and then OK.

9/30/10

Questions about Food


These are very good questions to ask yourself when you drop food. There is a science to everything in life including dropped food.

9/29/10

Advertise with Google

Need to advertise your business using Google. Try Google Adwords. This site helps you get noticed via the Google search engine using specific key words. And what's great about it is that their is no minimum spending requirements.

9/28/10

Hear Names

Here is a website that's going to help you out pronounce those names that you just don't know how to pronounce. It even gives you an audio file to play the name out loud.
For More Info

9/27/10

Windows 95 on iPad

Let's just say if you still think that the iPad is a waste of money. At least you can install Windows 95 on it and use it as a regular computer.

9/26/10

Preloaded Movies with Hard Drive

Get ready for movies preloaded in hard drives. I believe this will be the future for current DVD's. They're not only going to last longer but you can erase and record on them over and over again without scratches.

9/25/10

Any Clip

Love movie's and movie clip's? Here is a cool website to view all of your favorite's. Just give a detail search of what your looking for and let Any Clip do it's job on trying to find a movie that fits your description. You'll be amazed on what you can find.

9/24/10

NASA free Software

I love everything about NASA and if you do too, you should check out the free software that NASA is giving away. It might make you learn something.

9/23/10

Fedex SenseAware

Federal Express has a new tracking device that tracks packages in real time. The money saving hardware is not only GPS capable but it even tracks temperature changes. Now you can even tell if your package is tampered with. Go Fedex.

9/22/10

First Generation iPod Nano

Remember the first generation iPod Nano's. Well Apple confessed and had to cough up a settlement for anyone who purchased a first generation nano. Don't expect much but at least you were remembered.

9/21/10

Release Stalled Printer Jobs

Here are some handy softwares to remove those tiresome stalled printer jobs from your computer in times when you just can't easily remove them.

9/20/10

Subway Mobile Deals

Looking for lunch discounts? Try Subway mobile. They send text messages every now and then with deals of the day. You'll save money by eating healthy.

9/19/10

Weather Forecast with Google Calendar

If you haven't already used Google Calendar your missing tweaks that can make your life easier. With weather forecaster, all have to do is enter your zip code location and when you plan an event, Google gives you the future four day weather forecast. No more weather suprises for your Soccer game on Saturday's.

9/18/10

Google Live Traffic

Before your next drive check out Google Live Traffic to view the traffic conditions in the current area. It hopefully will save you some time while driving.

9/17/10

Buy a Hyundai and get an iPad

Hyundai's new Equus luxury sedan will no longer have a car manual. Instead they will give you an iPad in replacement to view your car manual and so that your able to make future service appointments wirelessly. Who knows how long this promotion will last.

9/16/10

New Chase ATM's

By the time you read this the chance for your bank to be rolling out the new ATM's should be in the works. You have no bank slips and no deposit slips to worry about anymore. You just pop in a stack full of cash and your money is available instantly. This is definitely going to be the end for your typical bank teller who does your daily transactions.

For more info see links below:
Link 1
Link 2

9/15/10

Skype for Verizon Customers

If you have an Internet base phone and are a Verizon customer. You have good news for making international phone calls. Verizon introduces unlimited Skype calls including IM with anyone in the world. For more information visit the link above.

9/14/10

Solar Universal Remote

This is a long awaited feature that was long over due for universal remote controls. I just hope that all universal remotes will adapt this concept.

9/13/10

Hockey already in 3D

Hockey has already gone to 3D broadcasting that it's only a matter of time before others follow. Eventually watching a game at home in 3D will just create more excitement.

9/12/10

Satellite's Orbitting Earth

Ever wonder what satellite's are orbiting earth. Well this web site will help you learn where each one is located and hopefully it's right.

9/11/10

1TB HDD Notebooks

Let's just say that they have just arrived and how exciting it will be to have the capability to store 1TB of files on the move.

9/10/10

Infinite USB

This is a great solution for those computer's who have a minimal amount of USB ports. You just piggy back them one on top of the other.

9/9/10

Technology to the Grave

Yes technology is coming to the Grave by microchip. Someone walking by a grave just points their phone to a RosettaStone tablet and they can access the deceased pictures, personal information and voice if available. I guess anyone now could talk to the dead.

9/8/10

Gmail Priority Inbox

It looks like Gmail is listening to their user's and changing the way we read our emails. If everything goes as planned. This could be the new technique for reading emails.

9/7/10

Kids Safe

Have small kids around the house and fear that one day your child might delete a file from your computer. Here is a sure safe software to help protect your files from being deleted from the young ones.

9/6/10

Hotmail Upgraded

Hotmail has been recently upgraded by Microsoft to enable user's to use the Push to service so that user's can now get emails instantly to their Blackberry's. I just don't understand why it took them this long.

Push to service Directions:

9/5/10

3D Coming Home

The box office new Cinema's are developing a new demand for television sets with 3D capable content. There are already out and it's only a matter of time before you see one near you.

Here are some more information and links to buy these 3D glasses:
Link 1
Link 2
Link 3

9/4/10

Do you need a solar iPhone

Well if your looking for one, the answer is simple with Muzatch. The price is reasonable as long as your able to catch some solar rays.

9/3/10

Kingston new Hyper X

Let's just say that this new Hyper X 2400 mhz DDR3 RAM is currently the fastest memory in the market that will take computer's to a new level of processing.

9/2/10

40 SSD PC

Let's just say this is the corvette of all computer's. You'll never have to worry about slow file transfers with this computer.

9/1/10

Call phone from Gmail

If you haven't heard yet, you now can make calls to anyone via Google, currently their are no known restrictions for making calls online. Your just going to need a headset and speakerphone to talk to you callers and install this plug to start making calls instantly. Calls from the US and Canada are free, but I would should still monitor your call times just in case later on Google decides to charge.

8/31/10

Mini Fuel Cell

I talk about this in the past and it looks like this concept is on the way to being manufactured. It's definitely a great replacement for the every day battery.

8/30/10

Dell Recovery CD's

Lost or missing your Dell computer's recovery cd's. As long as your the original registered user, you can still purchase them, or in some cases get them for free via the website. In any case call Dell direct at 1-800-624-9896.

8/29/10

PayPal to replace CC

If PayPal achieves it's goal on in store shopping. We can see a new method of payment via the PayPal way and probably just say goodbye to credit cards.

8/28/10

Turn your Netbook into an E-Reader

This is easiest way to turn your Netbook into a E-Reader. It beats buying an Amazon Kindle and an iPad.

8/27/10

Energizer Yikes

This great little gadget is going to the trash. I just don't understand how Energizer was able to create a spectacular gadget with a vulnerability to the program so that buyers would just want to stop using the product all together.
This time the bunny just kept on going, going, gone.

8/26/10

Vehicle Recall

Does your car have a recall. Chances are that you were still not notified or that letter that you had a recall was lost in the mail.
No need to worry with this vehicle recall search directory.

8/25/10

Look in my PC

This handy software tells you everything that's installed onto your computer and more.
It's a great utility for trouble shooting as well as for upgrading. It a must have item, so make sure you download it.

Screenshots
link 1 and 2

8/24/10

XXX Detector

Let's just say if you viewing porn on a business, home, or organization computer. It's best to make sure all those deleted files you deleted, are definitely gone. Otherwise you might be in a position to have to explain.

8/23/10

Free Avatar Backgrounds

Thanks to Microsoft, you know can download free Avatar Windows 7 theme backgrounds onto your computer. Enjoy.

8/22/10

Indestructable Maps

These maps are going to be a great seller for the survival enthusiast. They are not only portable but wrinkle, crease, crumble and water proof. What more can you want for a map that's not digital.

8/21/10

Tiger Text

I believe this software was made in honor of Tiger, but I could be wrong. Regardless it's a handy application that must be installed on both user's in order to be affective. All you do is text message each other and messages are automatically deleted once read or by a specific time.
If Tiger would have read this article earlier, it would have saved his some embarassment.

8/20/10

NYC Map of Then & Now

If your looking for a New York City history map, here's your chance to see the past and the present all in one. It's an experience to see how things have changed through the years.

8/19/10

Microsoft Money for Free

Microsoft Money is gone but that doesn't mean that you still can't make use of the accounting software. Here are the latest links for the last version of Money Plus Home & Business.

Direct Link

8/18/10

File Joiners and Splitter's

Everyone once in a while it's nice to have files like these on hand just in case you ever need to compile two files together. You never know?

Links
File Joiner & Splitter
Movie Joiner
Misc Joiners

8/17/10

Network Monitoring Tools

Here are some must have network monitoring tools to help you trouble shoot problems as easy as 1, 2, 3. You'll be amazed on how useful these tools will make your life easier.

8/16/10

Flash for iPhone & iPad

For those user's who still lack flash for iPhone & iPad, here are some solutions to your fix. You can try Smokescreen, CloudBrowse or Frash. I just hope Apple stays favorable by not blocking these sites.

8/15/10

Age of Social Network Groups

Social Groups have change the way many people interact with others online. It's still a profitable business and from the looks of it, it will be profitable for years to come. Here are the top social groups that you should be aware of.

8/14/10

Laptops Reliability

If you haven't seen it lately, Laptop prices have been in a drastic decline. Cheaper prices are good for consumers but not go for everyone. When products are made cheap, something always gives and at times it's the products reliability that comes into question.

8/13/10

Bing Maps Beta

Yes Microsoft is still in the Map business and they're competing with Google Maps by changing the way you view the skyline. It's all in 3D generation. So this should make a impact for map user's. Or should it?

8/12/10

Firefox Add on - Invisible Hand

This cool add on from Firefox does wonders. Not only does it compare if your getting a good price online, but it tells you what other websites are selling the same product and for what price.

8/11/10

Give & Get

Want to get rid of items you no longer need. This website barter's your goods for something you do need in return. The only catch is that it has to be free.

8/10/10

WiFi For Free

If your in the need to connect your laptop to a free WiFi spot. This website is a great help locating one in your area. Just remember that free is not always secure.

8/9/10

Free Music Sheet

Want to download your favorite artist music sheets. Here is a website catering to those needs for a reasonable price.

8/8/10

Google Gears

Need to download compatable website's offline and syncronize when your back online. It's a great substitute for Google Documents.

8/7/10

Signon to Multiple Login Accounts

Have several Gmail accounts and want to have access to login into them effortlessly. Gmail now makes it possible and all you need to do is enable it in the account personal setting section.

8/6/10

XBMC

Want to play every video format with home network streaming. This software is a good replacement and it's a head on contender with the VLC player.

8/5/10

Toshiba Laptop Replacement LCD

Damaged you Toshiba laptop LCD. Here is the site to order a replacement LCD. Just make sure that if you don't know what your doing, have a professional do it.

8/4/10

Wallpapers

Looking for the best Wallpaper's online. You'll find some amazing photo's and illustrations in several resolutions. It doesn't hurt to see what you can download for free.

8/3/10

Collage

Need to create the perfect collage. This website is a must and it's photo editing software is also very simple to use.

8/2/10

Good Tutorials

Make the most out of your life by learning the how to from the professionals who continue to do it on a daily basis.

8/1/10

Let's Play Archive

See of hundred list of Let's play games online via screenshots and videos. Be prepared to be amazed on what's really out there and what games created user's have already made.

7/31/10

Here's what they never taught you

All sorts of projects that they never taught you and that you should have know about. It's the how to do things website for all users.

7/30/10

Ikea Hacker

How to transform all your IKEA furniture into something different. It contains all the great modifications at a reasonable price.

7/29/10

Futuristic Designs

It's a great blog with loads of futuristic designs. You will definitely find never to see items but great ideas in the making.

7/28/10

Play Games via Flash

It's the game world of flash generated games. Play a game online and take gaming to the next level.

7/27/10

YouTube Feather

It's YouTube in beta limiting the amount of bytes downloaded for viewing video. Check it out and see if this should be the future for all video players.

7/26/10

Facebook Lite

Want to use Facebook but don't want to sacrifice your computer on opening up useless applications that you don't use. Same time and use Facebook the lite way and wish that this was a future option.

7/25/10

Open-With

New website to tell you which program goes with the following file extension. It's a good reference to know what you need to have to install on your computer in order to view that program or file.

7/24/10

Create Fun Text

Neat way to create text any way you choose. Try it out and you'll enjoy the cool text that you can make with simple words.

7/23/10

TypeWith Me

It's a new way to view a presentation as long as everyone is on the same web page. It's similar to being on a conference call and seeing a live presentation. Check it out, you'll be amazed.

7/22/10

Find Any PDF manual

Need to find a PDF manuals. Here is a great PDF search engine to find your manuals online at ease.

7/21/10

Hardware ID

Install a recent hardware onto your computer and for some reason or another, you can't get the hardware to work correctly. The first thing you should do is check the company web site. If this is useless then your going to need the hardware ID in which you would enter it here and hopefully you'll be able to locate it current drivers online.

For USB drivers click here

7/20/10

Google Buzz Kill

This is the step by step instructions on how to remove Google Buzz. For those of you who don't know what Buzz is, lets just say it's another RSS feeder for social media service.
Google installed this by default in Febuary and they should have known better.

7/19/10

Leech Plug

It's sort of a smart plug. Once your device it's fully charged the unit unplugs to prevent overcharging. Now how cool is that.

7/18/10

Droid Destructs

Recently got the Droid cell phone and are tempted to modify it. Well stop. If you attempt to do this, it looks like the Motorola tampering system will zap you phone software from booting again. It looks like it's a fail safe software so that you don't tamper with it. I just don't understand why when it's your phone and your money.

7/17/10

How to make Win 7 Find New Devices Drivers

This is the simplest way for your Windows 7 operating system to easily install device drivers before your ready to use them. All you have to do is turn in on and Windows does the rest.

7/16/10

Are School Web cams watch you

Interesting article on how schools are using web cams to monitor their students online activities. Don't be suprised if your child is a victim.

7/15/10

Porable hard drive duplicator

This is a sure great little gadget for everyday cloning, to take any where. I just wished that it's price wasn't so steep.

7/14/10

View Network & Hardware Info

Need some information on your computer computer's network & hardware stats. Here's a great software to help you retrieve that information so that you always upgrade at ease.

7/13/10

Nano Wireless N

D Link has just recently released it's first N wireless nano and I must admit it's so sweet that you just can't resist it. Hopefully manufactures will adapt this minature concept and make future wireless cars more compact.

7/12/10

Live Checking Cards

This checking card promises to keep you current on your current spending habits by always keeping track of your current budget so that you can keep down debt. No one yet knows if this live checking card will keep down debt. But it sure is a great idea.

7/11/10

Google Postini Services

If your looking for a secure web anti-spam service to filter your emails before it goes through your network, take a look at Google's Postini service. It secures your email going in and out always fighting spam.

7/10/10

Link Google Calendar to Outlook

This software will let you easily link your Google Calendar to Outlook. Now there is no reason to be in sync with each other.

7/9/10

Online Storage

This is some good advice on online storage. I am not saying that using online storage is a bad thing. But it's not a bad idea to have a backup just in case. It beats loosing your valuable files online.

7/8/10

Timex Thumbnail


In a world where watches are starting to be a thing of the past. Timex is trying hard to make watches fashionable again. In this comes the new Timex finger nail watch. Now carrying a watch this small makes sense.

7/7/10

Bowlingual

Here's comes a great application for dog lovers. It's the Bowlingual dog translator application for the iPhone. Now you can translate what dog's are saying in human language. I just don't know how reliable this software can be.

7/6/10

Google translating language

Google is working on software that will make it easier for oversea travelers to communicate with others via a software translator program. This will make it easy for other's around the world to communicate with others in any language.

7/5/10

Electronic USB Key

Let's just say this little gadget is going to make a locksmith's job very easy. That doesn't mean that thieve's are not going to try everything possible to get a hold of this amazing gadget.

7/4/10

Cable Drops


These little cable organizer's are showing up everywhere and sooner or later it's going to make sense for everyone to want one and use one.

Drop Links
OXO Link

7/3/10

Fill Any PDF

This software is a must have if you use PDF files and want them to be fillable. Think of the time and money you'll save making PDF files fillable. Not only does it make your job easier but in the long run it will make it beneficial to everyone using these files.

7/2/10

Google Maps with Store View

Let's just say Google Maps is going to add an additional application to it's current Mapping network. Now you can see get an inside view of the store before you even step into the store. Hopefully to convince shoppers to come in and shop. Great marketing technique.

7/1/10

Install Windows Classic Start Menu on Win7

If you miss the windows classic start menu and are somewhat confused while using Windows 7. Here is a fix to your problems.
Just install the open source windows classical start menu in Windows 7 and those familiar commands will now be easier to use.

6/30/10

Support the Gulf

With the recent BP disaster continuing. Many concern citizens are trying to make a difference in the Gulf by either cleanup or helping the environment. Here is a website raising money against the wildlife in the Gulf by giving out samples of the oil's affect in our oceans.

6/29/10

Windows Easy Transfer

Need to transfer files from one computer to another. Use Windows Easy Transfer, it's free.

Links
For WinXP / 2K
Windows 7

6/28/10

SanDisk's SD Card Life Limit

If you currently have an SanDisk SD card you'll be surprised to know that you can store data for at least 100 years. Who knows if this is possible. But it sure is believable.

6/27/10

Google Doc's Size Limit

Google Doc's has just recently increase it's size limits from 250mb to 1gig. If you haven't yet tried Google Doc's it sure is a good contender if your looking for a freeware and without the premium perks.

6/26/10

Chrome Browser Market Share

Sure enough Google's Chrome browser market share keeps on increasing as it's rival Firefox falls. It's still a long way from Internet Explorer market shares but it's a good sign in the right direction.

6/25/10

iBin

iBin protects your flash drive from files being deleted. Files that are deleted will go now into a flash drive recycle bin and stored there until space is needed. This will insure that your files are always protected and easily recovered if accidently deleted.

6/24/10

Chrome Extensions

Google Chrome now has extensions and if your a Firefox user you'll noticed something very familiar with their extension's. They both look like. I just hope Google Chrome and Firefox could set their differences aside for now and concentrate on being number one in the browser world. And in time they will eventually surpass Microsoft Internet Explorer.

6/23/10

BGInfo

Great software to use if you manage more than one computer. It give you computer IP information, with service pak and more. A must for the IT technician who needs this information always available.

6/22/10

Fix the Dell Restore Partition

This is the backup software installed in Dell computer's to do a system restore. Usually you activate this software by hitting Ctrl & F11.
If this doesn't work then you have to try to repair the partition by using DOS. It's not a guarantee that it will work. But it beats re-installing the operating system all over again.

6/21/10

PC Profile for Network Computers

If you want to create a Personal Computer profile for various computers on a network. This handy utility will save you time.

6/20/10

NetMRI

Need to manage several virtual networks on who, where, what and when. This network monitoring software does the trick but with a hefty price. But if management software is a must, then this is a small price to pay.

6/19/10

DvD's that last 1k years

Could it be possible having a media device that last 1,000 years? I just don't know if we should worry if the media will still be their or if the company will still be around. Any case if your media is that important. I guess it's worth the costs.

6/18/10

USB 3.0 Card

Here goes the long awaited 3.0 USB PCI card that everyone's been waiting for. It triples the USB 2.0 requirements, so this makes it a must have card for file transfers.

6/17/10

Adobe Flash Player Update

If your currently using Adobe Flash Player, I would suggest that you do this flash player update. It fixes the current 32 security holes that hackers have been recently exploiting.

6/16/10

RIAA against Limewire

It looks like the RIAA is back again attacking Limewire. And this time it looks like it can be the end for the file sharing company. If Limewire is found guilty the estimate for damages can be hundreds of millions.

6/15/10

McDonald's expand WiFi

Now McDonald's WiFi is 11,500 and stronger. At least now it's WiFi is free and in return their profits will grow.

6/14/10

Sophos Endpoint Security & Data Protection

If your looking for a security and data protection software. Sophos is a great solid contender. It's solid reporting tells you who attempted to do what and when. Great for prevention of installing software apps and blocking access for those portable USB devices that most people can't live without. Once a breached is reached you get an email via SNMP.

6/13/10

Skimmer attached to an ATM

With identify theft increasing minute after minute. You just can't figure out how these thieves are able to do it. Well here's one way they are doing it and it's up to the consumer's to be educated, so that this does not keep on continuing.

6/12/10

Att switch on iPads

If you recently purchased an iPad, you had probably heard mixed reviews on current data plans. You can now get a data plan for your iPhone or iPad for as little as $15- a month. New plans have now new data limits. Let's wait to see what other carriers now are going to do?

6/11/10

Large US Bills

Interesting history on why the United States Treasury made large bills in the amounts of $5,000.00, $10,000.00 and $100,000.00 dollars.

6/10/10

US Passport Card

If you already have a passport or are in need of a passport. This is an alternative if your planning on not leaving the country. The US Passport Card has it's restrictions but it's a great item to have around just in case you one day loose your passport.

6/9/10

Need to boost your iPhone Volume

Here is a very cheap alternative to boost your current iPhone's volume. Hey regardless of what you think, it works.

6/8/10

iPrint

Here's a great utility to help you curve down printing costs. The software let's you remove unwanted content from a print out. It's a simple software that will save you time and money in the long run.

6/7/10

USB Power Outlet

Here's a great travel friendly USB power outlet. It converts to USB power by tapping into another appliance electricity. It's alternative to always be connected.

6/6/10

FreeFixer

Here's another great Malware detector, similar to Malwarebytes. At least now you have a choice and a way to fit new Malware online.

6/5/10

Recharge iPod Touch

Here is a great way to always recharge your iPod touch when your on the go. At least you get rid of the worry on plugging it in.

6/4/10

Save Money with Bill

Need to cut back on expenses. Here is a great website to curb your new year expenses. Although you can still shop around for a better deal. It's worth to give this website a try to see how much money you can save.

6/3/10

VirtualDek Pro

Looking for DJ music mixing software, where you can mix your favorite hits exactly like a DJ. Here is an inexpensive five channel DJ mixer trial version. I promise that you'll enjoy the full version price.

Software Spec's

6/2/10

My Ditto Portable Network Server

This has got to be the easiest way to connect to a home server from a remote location by using just a flash key. This is a great solution for home user's who need secure security to their personal files at home.

6/1/10

Nexus One teared down

Here is the new Nexus One teared down. We know can go into detail on what makes Google's gadget so great.

5/31/10

Turn your Laptop to a Wifi

Now why would anyone want to do this. Well let's just say it your laptop will now act like a wireless router, you can now share your broadband speed with other computers. The only catch is that it looks like it now just works with Windows 7, but hopefully in the future that will change.

5/30/10

Get Ready for 67 Gig Blue Ray Disk

It's already developed by Panasonic and Sony, they just have to finalize it. And the best part about it is that it will not require you to get a new Blue Ray player if you already have one.