Today at “What’s On My PC” – If you love tech, the next 7 days is your week…

November 25, 2019

Today’s Thoughts From Rick (If you love tech, the next 7 days is your week):

This is by far is one of my favorite weeks of the year (the next 7 days)… You will begin to see many tech deals roll out, then we give thanks, then Black Friday rolls around and finally Cyber Monday. For me, it is not so much about finding deals for myself; but, it is about finding tech deals that I can refer to others. To get you started, at Amazon (one of my favorite places to shop), the Black Friday Countdown is in place so that you can follow the tech deals (and other deals) from the safety of your home. I encourage everyone to be smart and be safe this holiday season.

Today’s Tech News Briefs:

Users of some AVG and Avast antivirus software may be prevented from upgrading to the latest version of Windows 10 due to a compatibility issue; Top 10 Most Pirated Movies of The Week on BitTorrent; AND, T-Mobile has confirmed a data breach affecting more than a million of its customers, whose personal data (but no financial or password data) was exposed to a malicious actor.

Today’s Software Pick:

Glary Utilities 5 – The No. 1 Free, Powerful and All-in-one utility for cleaning your PC; Boosts PC speed and fixes frustrating errors, crashes and freezes; Features one-click functionality and easy, automated options; AND, Over 20 tools to maximize your Computer’s performance…

Today’s Android Pick:

Water Reminder – Reminds you to drink water, a great application that take care of your health. Let drink water remind you to drink water if you always forget it. The best healthcare application for you. And it’s totally free.

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Today’s “How To” Pick:

Here is how to go “incognito” in Google Chrome… – When you typically browse the internet with Google Chrome (and other web browsers), the sites you visit are stored in the browser’s history. Also, the sites you visit will deposit and store browsing cookies that keep track of your visits and activity. Both typically serve good purposes; however, what if you do not want to be tracked? If that is the case, then go “incognito”.

Today’s Amazon Deal (don’t know how long this deal will last):

Save $50 on this Upriser Ducati, Authentic Panigale V4 S Remote Control Motorcycle, 1:6 Scale… Great gift for the kids or the big kids…

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Today’s Tech News Briefs, Downloads, Deals, etc

November 7, 2019 @ What’s On My PC

Today’s Tech News Briefs:

Chrome OS 78 is rolling out with some new notable features; A list of the most obese States in the country; Amazon Prime Veteran’s discount is golden, SIGN UP HERE;  How political parties could target you online; Malware that restricts access to personal files and then demands ransom for its redemption; How to Get Started in Microsoft’s New Office App Beta for iOS and Android; AND, Are you always losing your keys? Read this

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Today’s Downloads:

A password manager (Avira Password Manager) capable of creating, saving, managing, and syncing all your passwords and notes across all your devices; A browser (Google Chrome) that combines a minimal design with sophisticated technology to make the web faster, safer, and easier; AND, Portable app to burn (Etcher Portable) images to USB keys and SD Cards.

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Today’s Amazon Deals:

1-Yr Amazon Prime Membership for Vets/Active Military $79 at Amazon…

Save on this Master Lock 178D Locker Lock Set Your Own Combination Padlock…

More Deals Here

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Today’s Tech News Briefs, Downloads, Deals, etc…

November 4, 2019 @ What’s On My PC

There is something here for everyone!”

Today’s Tech News Briefs:

Google “UPSIZES” the city landmark icons on Google Maps; Read how facial recognition technology could  cause a scenario where we achieve an almost-accidental surveillance state; Why did Google buy Fitbit? Here’s 5 reasons why; Top 10 pirated movies for this week; You can now do “Photoshop” on the iPad; AND, Scammers trying to fool Office 365 users into giving up their log in information.

Today’s Downloads:

A small utility (PingInfoView) that allows you to easily ping multiple hostnames and IP addresses, and watch the result in one table; A portable application (Farbar) designed to run on Windows XP, Windows Vista, & Windows 7/8/10 in normal or safe mode to diagnose malware issues; AND, Preserve your family history for generations to come with this FREE (My Family Tree) Windows software.

Today’s Amazon Deals:

A brightly backlit “wireless and rechargeable” keyboard with illuminated characters for easy typing by a prominent keyboard maker (Logitech)…


Get this  (SimpliSafe) 9 Piece Wireless Home Security System w/HD Camera – Optional 24/7 Professional Monitoring (no contract) at a “get it now” price…

simplisafe home security system 24/7 monitoring home protection wireless alarm system

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Today’s Tech News Briefs, Downloads, Deals, etc… November 2, 2019 @ What’s On My PC

Today’s Tech News Briefs: Check out “why” the popularity of Chromebooks have dramatically increased; Learn how a NEW Russian “Internet Sovereign Law” will ultimately provide a path to internet disconnect in Russia; A company in Wisconsin is recalling its’ ground beef because the beef may contain metal; Google confirmed Friday it had agreed to purchase the fitness tracker company Fitbit for $2.1 billion; Here are the winners out of 18 coolers as tested by c|net; Tubi TV adds NEW movie titles to its library for the month; AND, Microsoft plans to migrate the MSDN and TechNet databases to a new website called Microsoft Q&A.

Today’s Downloads: A simple yet beautiful Windows desktop clock; FREE and reliable P2P Bittorrent client; AND, Looking for a powerful and free alternative to Microsoft Office? This is it.

Today’s Amazon Deals:

High Customer Reviews on these LED, 800 Lumens, Dusk-to-Dawn A19 Frosted Light Bulbs

The ULTIMATE (reasonably priced) Reclining Gaming Computer Desk Chair with Adjustable Massage Lumbar Pillow and Footrest

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Today’s Tech News Briefs, Downloads, Deals, etc… November 1, 2019 @ What’s On My PC

Today’s Tech News Briefs: A new edition to Pluto TV in time for Christmas is coming; Google is restoring a tab management tool they removed after people got p*ssed; Motorola may be setting the stage to update a popular clamshell phone to a NEW foldable-screen phone; Google is rolling out “incognito mode” in its’ Android mapping app; It is “Black Friday” already at Dell…

Today’s Downloads include: A FREE web browser from the founders of the original Opera Web Browser; AND, a software option to perform screen recordings.

Today’s Tech Deals include:

Save some big bucks on this Acer Chromebook

Good Consumer Ratings on this
Solar Powered Motion Sensor Light


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Today’s Downloads, News, Deals, etc… October 31, 2019 @ What’s On My PC

Today’s Downloads, News, Deals, etc… is a new experiment here at “What’s On My PC”… Not sure how long this experiment will last but will depend on if visitors like the format or not.

Ok, now that we have that out of the way, today’s findings are a browser guard you may want to consider installing; an open source super fast file copying program; 2019’s worse cybersecurity threats; Chromebooks are becoming more popular; a very unique all-in-one  lamp, bluetooth speaker and wireless charger; a Microsoft Excel tip; and, with Christmas around the corner, a small utility to make it snow on your computer’s desktop.

Malwarebytes Browser Guard for Chrome is a free extension designed to bring the protection of Malwarebytes direct to your browser. It is designed to provide you with a safe and fast browsing experience blocking malicious websites while filtering out unwanted content potentially giving you webpage load times up to 3x faster. [License: Freeware | Requires: Win 10 / 8 / 7 | Size: 14.7 MB ]

An Open Source file management utility designed for fast copying, moving, and transferring of files/folders.

2019’s worst cybersecurity threats and the fact that consumers and businesses alike need to take cybersecurity education more seriously.

In 2019 alone, we’ve seen nearly fifty Chrome devices hit the market and a ton more on the way in the coming months. Compare that to just over one hundred models in the span of seven years between 2011 and 2018. That’s some serious growth.

Coupon savings of $20 on this very unique Masdio by Ampulla Bedside Lamp with Bluetooth Speaker and Wireless Charger

Microsoft Excel – Make your worksheets look more compact and focused by hiding unwanted columns or rows. Hidden rows/columns still work in calculations, they can be referenced in formulas etc. It’s pretty straightforward.

If you have kids around, DesktopSnowOK will bring a big smile to their face as you work the magic. This utility is by the makers of and is designed with one purpose in mind; to make it snow on your desktop with 5 to 2000 snowflakes.

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