PC Pitstop Newsletter – January 2010 #2




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JANUARY 2010 NEWSLETTER

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Guest Columnists



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Swiss Army Knife for your PC

by Rob Cheng


Check out the enhancements to PC Matic – the ultimate PC maintenance tool.


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Can Hackers See my Data?

by Leo Notenboom


Avoid these places to lower your risk of online traffic snooping.


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99 cent Software Experiment

by Bill Pytlovany


Upgrade to WinPatrol Plus for only 99¢, but only for one day!



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XP Apps Running on Win7

by Chris Pirillo


Never fear, XP applications can run in downloadable XP mode in Windows 7!



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Look at My Appliance

by Steve Hogan


We are right on the cusp of some very big changes in computing.



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This Terrific Tool is Free

by Steve Bass


Use this download manager with Firefox for easy and feature packed downloading.



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15 Gadgets Ahead of Their Time

by Harry McCracken


These inventors proposed forward thinking ideas…not all of them practical.



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GPS Speeds Relief Efforts

by John Dodge


By mapping the destruction in Haiti using GPS efficient – relief is more likely.


Tech Tips


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Turn Off Your Laptops Trackpad

by Tekzilla


Stop cursor jumping while you type on your laptop.


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Save Email Embedded Music


Use Outlook to save music and other media seemingly embedded to your email. Thanks to tumasek.


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Remove Artwork, Save Space


Free up more space for music on you iPod by deleting album artwork. Thanks to Wigan.


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Complete Guide to Google Wave


Discover what the heck Google Wave is and why it’s useful with this guide from Paultx.




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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


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Best Memory Prices & Selection


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install. Check out their memory now.


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From the makers of Roboform, GoodSync synchronizes files between
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Internet.


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Lockergnome

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discussions and blogs found around our various sites. Signing up is
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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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