PC Pitstop Newsletter – December 2009




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DECEMBER 2009 NEWSLETTER

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    Guest Columnists



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    All New pcpitstop.com

    by The Pit Crew


    Phase 1 of our biggest design change since we opened our doors – is now Live!



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    Windows 7 Black Screen of Death

    by Steve Hogan

    Yes it exists but were the initial hysterical reports overblown?



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    Windows 7 Losing Its Shine?

    by Harry McCracken


    Has Windows 7 let users down, or is feedback still positive?



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    5 Net Tricks to Save You Money

    by Steve Bass


    Save money this season by using Steve’s favorite coupon and deal finding sites.

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    Facebook Apps Stealing Your Info

    by Bill Pytlovany


    Fun on Facebook may come at the expense of your privacy.


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    Help! Stolen Email Identity

    by Leo Notenboom


    Someone set up an email account in my name & is sending nasty mail! What now?



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    My Changing PC/TV Habits

    by John Dodge

    PCs are changing how you watch TV.



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    Skype Phone

    by Chris Pirillo


    Connect to any wifi network and use Skype without your PC.


    Tech Tips


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    Rein in your System Tray

    by Tekzilla


    Try this easy Windows 7 tip for controlling and customizing your system tray.


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    “Security Tab” In Windows XP


    Add some extra security to Windows XP Home with this Microsoft Update. Thanks the AdamsappleOne.


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    Sync People & Company Contacts


    Sync your PDA and outlook contacts with your phone by using this method presented by windvane.


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    Google Power to Microsoft Office


    Make your life easier by synching Office documents with Google for easy collaboration. Thanks Paultx for this tip.



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    PC Pitstop Research




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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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    Special Offers


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    All New WinPatrol Plus 2010


    Super Optimized WinPatrol Plus 2010 takes a snapshot of your critical system resources and alerts you to any changes that may occur without your knowledge.


    Windows 7


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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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    Internet.

    Other Newsletters


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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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    © 2009 PC Pitstop, LLC
    (http://www.pcpitstop.com)
    was formed in February 2000, and offers users a unique way to make sure their PCs are running fast, stable and
    secure–all through a free, Web-based interface.


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    One thought on “PC Pitstop Newsletter – December 2009

    1. I’d love to go with PC-Matic, but——– I already have subscriptions to the individual program elements, some expiring as far away as 2011. Is there any way to do some combining of paid for subscriptions so that I don’t lose my shirt??

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