PC Pitstop Newsletter – March 2010

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Guest Columnists


PC Matic Update

by The Pit Crew

You asked for the option to selectively defrag your hard drives – we delivered.


2 Great Sp*m Fighting Weapons

by Steve Bass

Arm yourself with these tricks in your battle against inbox clogging sp*m.


More Password Safety Risks

by Leo Notenboom

Should you let you browser remember your passwords?


Extreme PC Makeover -Episode 1

by Steve Hogan

Our first official Extreme PC Makeover has some Texas-sized problems.


The Next Version of Windows

by Harry McCracken

Experts from across the industry offer up their Windows forecasts.


Fingerprint Security Problems

by Chris Pirillo

Security at the touch of a finger – until you upgrade to Windows 7.


The Most from Your Software

by Bill Pytlovany

You spent a bunch of $ on that software. Why aren’t you really using it?

Tech Tips


8 Tips to Manage Your Files

Some great file handling tips to keep any PC organized and clutter free. From rosangela_1957.


Download Windows 7 Recovery

For OEM computers that didn’t spend the extra moolah to include a recovery disc. Many thanks to Jacee.


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New Look: Drivers Library

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Updated: Top 25 Best Loved PCs

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Process Library

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1 thought on “PC Pitstop Newsletter – March 2010”

  1. I purchased PC PITT STOP recently. My laptop, where I down loaded my purchase, craped out, and I don’t have any way to retrieve program to load on new computer. Will ou please provide account info so I may retrieve program for install on new computer. Thanks

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