PC Pitstop Newsletter – October 2009 #2




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OCTOBER 2009 NEWSLETTER

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PC Matic


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Guest Columnists


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Should You Upgrade to Win 7?

by Bill Pytlovany


The rush to Windows 7 is on. Is now really the best time to upgrade?



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Windows 7 – The Faster Version

by Steve Hogan


Want the old & slow 32 bit or the SUPER FAST, Cutting Edge, 64 Bit Version?



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Windows 7 Security

by Chris Pirillo


Listen in on a discussion of Windows 7 security with a Microsoft MVP.



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Hopeful for Windows 7, But…

by John Dodge


Windows 7 sounds great … but, we should proceed with caution.



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5 Tools to Tickle Your PCs Fancy

by Steve Bass


Steve knows you like new tools to try (we do too), so here are a stack.


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My PC was Stolen, What Now?

by Leo Notenboom


A savvy thief needs about 5 minutes to gain access to everything on your PC.



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Worst PC in America Slideshow

by Harry McCracken


Nineteen machines you’re really glad you don’t own.


Tech Tips



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Admin at Welcome screen


Log in as an admin right away in Vista. Thanks morbidbutterfly.


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Get Back the Classic Taskbar


Missing your program text in the taskbar? This gets them back for you. Thanks to brandon.


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Install Windows Backup on XP


XP comes with Windows backup, except for Home Edition, so here are some manual install instructions. Thanks rosangela_1957.



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Top 5 Drivers







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Top Drivers Library


The newest drivers are presented to you in all their detailed glory. Make sure your PC is up to date.


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Process Library


Check your PC against our running processes library to identify potential malicious processes and shut them down.


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Top 25 Best Loved PCs


Netbook, laptop, desktop, and custom builds each have their own top 25 list in our satisfaction library.


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Simply check the Windows 7 upgrade version and the PC you want, then proceed to checkout to see your savings. Limit one per customer. Purchase must be completed in same transaction. Offer expires January 2, 2010.


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Best Memory Prices & Selection


Nothing improves system performance more than more memory. Crucial
makes the right memory upgrade easy to find, easy to buy, and easy to
install. Check out their memory now.

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Still logging in by hand? Let Roboform log in for you! No keystrokes to track, no hassle for you.

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Synch Your Files Automatically – Try Free!


From the makers of Roboform, GoodSync synchronizes files between
desktops, laptops, and external drives, and works over a network or the
Internet.


Other Newsletters


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Ask Leo


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Lockergnome


The
Lockergnome community newsletter, Pirillo’s Picks, features links to the best
discussions and blogs found around our various sites. Signing up is
free, and simple. Just send an email to: picks@lockergnome.com

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Techbite Newsletter



TechBite’s columnist Steve Bass and PC World Contributing Editor publishes a free weekly newsletter with commentary on the
technology products he loves, the strategies forgetting the most out of them,and the gotchas that can cause computing misery.
Sign up for the newsletter here.

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New! Technologizer T-Week Newsletter



Technologizer’s T-Week is Harry McCracken’s weekly e-mail newsletter (delivered on Friday) with
highlights from Technologizer and original items. It’s timely, fun, and free–and you can
sign up to receive it right here.



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One thought on “PC Pitstop Newsletter – October 2009 #2

  1. I am currently running Optimize and Exerminate. As well as Avast Antivirus. Why should I purchase PC Matic? Windows Defrag serves the purpose for disk fragmentation. What am I missing? Thank you

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