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PC Pitstop Newsletter – July 2012 #3

  • Facebook is Embarrassing You
  • How to Get Office 2013
  • Finding a Cure with Your PC
  • Kill Your Windows Gadgets Now
  • Curing a House Full of Sick PCs
  • 6 Crimes Cracked by PCs
  • 5 Must Have IE Safety Tips
  • Buy a Cheap Printer?
  • What is that Noise in Your PC?
  • Don’t Believe Everything
  • A Waste of Money at WalMart
  • Automatically Switch Printers
  • Shortcut to Gmail Shortcuts
  • Windows 8 Shutdown
  • Newsletter Survey
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    PC Pitstop Newsletter – May 2012

  • Windows 8 Panic Attack
  • FBI Looking Out for Your PC
  • Unhide Your Recovery Tools
  • Browse the WEb Anonymously
  • Do Outbound Firewalls Work?
  • Internet Doomsday Averted
  • Backup with GDrive
  • Backup with SkyDrive
  • Windows Server 2012
  • Netbook, Ultrabook or a Tablet?
  • Emergency Communications
  • Fridge-Toaster
  • Services That Can Kill a PC
  • Keys to Faster Downloads
  • Never Fix a PC for Free
  • 5 Tips to Save on Printing
  • Free Kindle on Your PC
  • 7 Reasons to Love Windows 8
  • Is DVD Copying Legal?
  • Secret Presentation Aid
  • Remove Automatic Lines
  • Fix Cap Lock Mistakes
  • 77 Tips for Windows 7
  • Another way to move your cursor
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    PC Pitstop Newsletter – April 2012

  • How to Survive an Email Attack
  • Windows 8 Needs Fixing
  • Does Everyone Hate Microsoft?
  • Macs hit by Malware Epidemic
  • Extra PayPal Protection
  • Is Your PC an Energy Hog?
  • Windows 9 Facts (So Far)
  • Quick Access to Fav Files
  • Make Your Win7 Taskbar Tidy
  • Buying an All in One PC
  • Hosted Email on Office 365
  • Most CIOs Aren’t Social
  • Fixing a Slugglish PC
  • What if Windows Won’t Start
  • Overloaded? Time to Disconnect
  • Locking Down Your Laptop
  • Is Deleted Data Recoverable?
  • Drivers 101
  • Blu-Ray Secrets
  • Create Looping PPT Ending
  • Mass Search & Replace
  • Add Graphics to Footer
  • Chrome Notepad
  • XP First Aid
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    PC Pitstop Newsletter – March 2012 #2

  • Hot Deal: $69.99 Wireless Printer
  • New Scam Targets Online Sales
  • How to Delete Google History
  • Google Search Quality Declines
  • Win 8 Making Apples Fans Drool
  • Beat the Win 8 Learning Curve
  • 10 Ways to Stop Windows 8
  • Best Free Backup Software
  • Prevent Password Theft
  • 5 Best Free Anti-Virus
  • SSD Drives are No Gimmick
  • Is the Cloud a trend or a must?
  • Privacy Survey
  • Software Maintenance Secrets
  • 14 Ways to Extend Battery Life
  • Online Credit Card Safety Tips
  • How to Get Your Files Back
  • 10 Tips to Master New Facebook
  • 6 Ways to Put Your PPT Online
  • Labor saving Word Feature
  • Easily Find Duplicate Data
  • More ‘Send To’ Options
  • Windows 8 Keyboard Shortcuts
  • Exploring files in Windows 7
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    PC Pitstop Newsletter – March 2012

  • Hot Deal: $9.99 Wireless Router
  • Windows 8 – Expert Review
  • Will You Upgrade to Windows 8
  • Windows 8-Success or Fail
  • Windows 8 Forces You to Unlearn
  • Like Us on Facebook
  • Upgrade Your Graphics Card
  • Warning, Danger, Botnets
  • Map SkyDrive to Your PC
  • Win 7 Default for Web Pages
  • Best Tax Software
  • Death of the PC
  • 4 Tools for Safe Browsing
  • Passwords When You Pass On
  • 5 Online Scams You Must Know
  • Is Your Windows Near Death?
  • The Oldest PC You Own
  • Forced into The Cloud
  • Cool Transitions Connect Slides
  • Multiple Pages on 1 Sheet
  • Filter Unique Values
  • 25 Google Search Tips
  • Backup Your IE
  • Windows 7 Tips
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    PC Pitstop Newsletter – February 2012 #2

  • Google, Stop Following Me
  • Fake Goods in Prime Ad Space
  • Hiding Your Wireless Network
  • Is Your AV a Resource Pig?
  • Keep Your Computer Quiet
  • How did my Email get hijacked?
  • Change Boring Windows Logon
  • Add a Clock to Your Desktop
  • 6 Funniest Sites Ever
  • Manage Passwords, Multiple OS
  • Recoving from Blue Screen
  • Time for Chief Mobility Screen
  • Shop the Windows Store?
  • Rejecting 3rd Party Crapware
  • Time to Fix Privacy Issues
  • Pin Files to Your Taskbar
  • What is a LAN?
  • Why Blu-Ray is Better
  • How to Circle an Object
  • Default Date Formatting
  • Print Multiple Page Charts
  • YouTube TestTube
  • Get High Quality Screen Caps
  • Top 10 Remote Desktop Apps
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    PC Pitstop Newsletter – February 2012

  • Removing Crap from New PCs
  • Recover a Windows Product Key
  • Don’t Rely on System Restore
  • 20 Best Windows Downloads
  • The Truth About Discount Ink
  • Your Next Pc Might Be a Tablet
  • Change the Name of Your PC
  • Facebook Privacy Changes
  • Freeze Time on Your PC
  • Top 3 Online Backup Sites
  • Waiting for 4G
  • File Sharing World Rocked
  • 5 Best MegaUpload Alternatives
  • Delete ALL IE9 Cookies
  • Windows 7 Sticky Notes
  • 10 Critical PC Security Tips
  • 3-Side Better Slides
  • Make Live URLs Normal
  • Delete Every X Rows Macro
  • Create Startup Repair Disk
  • Print Your Fonts
  • Control Your Taskbar
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    PC Pitstop Newsletter – January 2012 #2

  • Rogue Infection Goes Live
  • 5 Tools to Monitor Internet Use
  • Cleaning Up a Loaner PC
  • Best Place to Edit Photos Online
  • Ideal Security Software Boost
  • Read Kindle Books on PC?
  • No Hard Disk XP Install
  • Create Your Own DVDs Guide
  • Nopa on SOPA
  • Goodbye PC BIOS
  • Recognize a Facebook Scam
  • Who Can Access Your Accounts?
  • PC Maintenance That Kills
  • 10 Awesome Chrome Add-Ons
  • Go Zen with PowerPoint
  • Print without Footnotes
  • Control Excel Printing
  • Quickly Hide Files & Folders
  • Peruse an email in OE
  • Convert Images w/ Right Click
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