PC Pitstop Newsletter – July 2011 #2

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Ultimate Internet Speed Guide
by Rob Cheng

The secrets to getting the most from your internet connection are revealed.

ISPionage & CyberBreak Ins
by Steve Hogan

You are being monitored right now. Do you wonder how much they know?

Battling the MSFT Support Scam
by Leo Notenboom

If you fall for this scam…well, things get ugly. What do I do now?

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How to Recover a Deleted File
by Fred Langa/Windows Secrets

Really need a deleted file back. Your recycle bin is empty-what now?

Make Tech Easier
Search Multiple Sites in 1 Step
by Make Tech Easier

A very useful add-on for searching multiple sites with one query & interface.

Are Digital Cameras Obsolete?

by Chris Pirillo

A larger percentage of their users are using the mobile phone to take photos.

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How to Convert iTunes to MP3
by Bob Rankin

You paid for those songs & now you can’t play them outside of the iTunes

The Mouse is Old School
by Win7News

Microsoft’s Kinect technology is now more than just a cool gaming control system…

Ad Networks are Stalking You
by Leo Notenboom

Advertisers & advertising networks are using as much information as possible.

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Kids are Hiding on Facebook
by GFI Vipre

Results of a new GFI study on teen internet use may alarm you.

Free All in One DVD Tool
by Daves Computer Tips

A free open source tool for authoring & burning DVDs receives high marks.

6 Windows 7 Expert Shortcuts
by Windows Talk

Keyboard shortcuts make everything so much easier & quicker.

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Snooze Proof Your PPT Slides
by Powerpoint Tips

How to create more effective graphs or charts in PowerPoint

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Control Panel-Alternative View
Tip submitted by firekracker

View your Control Panel with clickable links beneath each Category

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Add A New File Type To Vista
Tip submitted by patrick-kan

To add a new file type to be indexed, follow these simple steps.

Set Up Gmail Auto-Responder
Tip submitted by lizardo_manson

Going away? Configuring the auto responder in Gmail is easy.

Submit a Tip
by The Pit Crew

Each month we select the best of the tips submitted by the PC Pitstop community.

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by The Pit Crew

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