Today at What’s On My PC – November 15, 2019

November 15, 2019

Today’s Thoughts From Rick: If you are a regular visitor here at “What’s On My PC” you are probably scratching your head and wondering, “What is this guy doing?”. I have been blogging about computer technology since 2008 and the nice thing about maintaining your very own site is that you can do whatever you want. Today I decided to try something different and who knows, I may continue with this format. Blogging is not easy and getting traffic to a site is much more difficult these days than when I started blogging. Anyhow, I welcome any comments or suggestions you may have. The format I have in place, starting today, is a format that will cover a broad range of tech-related material; such as my thoughts, the news, software downloads, android apps, how tos, tech deals, etc… I truly have a passion for these topics and posting information about what I find is an immense learning experience for me; AND hopefully, it is some benefit to you. There is something here for everyone…

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Today’s Tech News Briefs:

Here is a very good read on why you “should not” use the password manager that is built into your browser; here are the very best tools that will make converting written documents to audio files (text to speech) as easy as possible; what all you need to know about the upcoming deals for “Cyber Monday” at Amazon; The Daily Show, Trevor Noah breaks down the troubling ways in which Fox is already writing off the entire impeachment process; AND, how Google angered IT Admins by performing a “silent experiment” with Google Chrome that caused some heartache.

Today’s Software Picks:

TinyTask – a minimalist PC automation app you can use to record and repeat actions. As the name implies, it’s unbelievably small (only 36KB!), ultra compact, and 100% portable.

DSynchronize – synchronize multiple folders on CD-DVD (with packet writing software).

Sage 50 Pro – Accounting software for small business.

pro accounting

Today’s Android Picks:

AccuWeather – Live local weather forecast & alerts…

Bricks Ball Crusher – a classic and exciting brick game. Just play this game to relax your brain and get fun. The game is funny and challenging.

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Today’s “How To” Pick:

Microsoft Excel – How to Insert or delete rows, and columns

Image of the Insert Options button that's displayed after inserting rows or columns.

Today’s Amazon Deal(s):

Save up to 30% on the Tineco A10 Hero and PureOne S12 Stick Vac

Save big on Panasonic cameras and lenses

Over 20,000 Customer reviews on this NETGEAR Nighthawk Smart WiFi Router (R6700) – AC1750 Wireless Speed (up to 1750 Mbps) | Up to 1500 sq ft Coverage & 25 Devices | 4 x 1G Ethernet and 1 x 3.0 USB ports | Armor Security


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