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Because the internet is more than just Windows Guides, we have prepared a selection of the best technology posts of this week.


Are you one of those people who do not trust using simple password to enter on your PC ?  Read this article by Matt Smith on Make Use Of.

Two Unique Ways To Log Into Your Windows Computer Without Typing A Password

Do you ever wonder about the Windows Registry and how to use it? Check this article by v.laurie on Gizmo’s Software.

Learn How to Use the Windows Registry Editor (Regedit) in One Easy Lesson

Have you ever wondered how to check if a sender’s email is valid? Read this article by Tanmay on Tech Tips Geek.

How to Verify Fake or Invalid Email Addresses

Do you really want a fast hard drive? Check this article by Jackson Chung on Make Use Of.

Kingston SSDNow V+ Drive 256GB Review and Giveaway



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I am an Engineer of Telecommunications that love computers. My first computer was a Commodore 16kb, about 25 years ago and since then I am always fighting computers problems. Please visit my entries and ask me about whatever problem you have, I will be pleased to help you. My email is discoveryourpc [at] gmail [dot] com. You can follow me on twitter @agenlu or read my blog www.discoveryourpc.net

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2 thoughts on “Best Technology Blog Posts of the Week (November 27th 2010)”

  1. Thanks a lot Luis. Glad that you found my post to be placed in your list.

    1. Angel says:

      Thanks Tanmay for the article.

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