Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Free Image Editors for Everyone--Even Experts | PCWorld - PCWorld

You could spend hundreds of dollars on image-editing software. But before you part with your hard-earned money, consider one of these free photo-editing programs. No matter what your level of expertise, one of these eight photo editors will fit your needs and personality--as well as your budget.

The Tech Brands You Can Trust - PCWorld

Every year PCWorld polls its knowledgeable readers to see which companies are providing the best tech support and service. The results of their latest exclusive survey of 79,000 tech aficionados reveal some welcome improvements and some familiar shortcomings.

Thursday, November 25, 2010

K9 Web Protection - Free Internet Filter and Parental Control Software | Free Internet Filtering and Parental Controls Software

An open Internet is unsafe for children and parenting in this digital age is difficult. We provide tools for parents to control unwanted content and provide a safe Internet for your family.
K9 Web Protection is a free Internet filter and parental control software for your home Windows or Mac computer. K9 puts YOU in control of the Internet so you can protect your kids

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Our Advice : Microsoft JobsBlog

Microsoft JobsBlog "Tips, tips and more tips. That's what JobsBlog is all about. We've been blogging since 2004, and our Job Hunting, Resume Building, Interviewing, and Working @ MSFT pages cut to the chase with our latest and greatest tips to help you become a future Microsoftie."

Thursday, November 11, 2010

Net Nanny description, Internet Tools Downloads List By 30 Day Change | PCWorld

If you allow your children or students to use the Internet while unattended, then you probably want to consider a filtering tool like Net Nanny. This parental control service ($40/year) does an excellent job of filtering Web content, setting Internet access times, and even managing PC game use.

Make Yourself Invisible to Wi-Fi Hackers

You’re at Starbucks, busy working on your Facebook page. Bad news: The guy at the next table is a hacker, and he’s also working on your Facebook page. Sit tight, here are a few ways for you to make yourself invisible to hackers.

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

How to Connect to a Wi-Fi Network Using Windows - PCWorld

Wireless Internet (Wi-Fi) zones are convenient, easy to access, and available to any device with a wireless adapter. Finding open wireless Internet is usually no problem in populated areas. In fact, airports, libraries, and caf├ęs often advertise free Wi-Fi hotspots. When you find an open Wi-Fi zone, you'll need to take a few simple steps in Windows 7 or Windows Vista to connect safely. Note that public Wi-Fi networks are typically unsecured, meaning that a determined attacker can follow everything you do while siphoning off your private information. While we recommend avoiding unsecured networks whenever possible, sometimes you just need to use one. Whether your network is secured or unsecured, follow these steps to connect.

Monday, November 8, 2010

Plaster Networks: simple, reliable networking over existing wiring

With Plaster Networks PLN3 adapters, connecting to a home or office powerline Ethernet network is inexpensive, simple and reliable. Compared to other solutions, Plaster Networks enhances standard powerline technology with intelligent Ethernet adapters that deliver improved performance, reliability, and security.