Personal Technology Information


Personal Technology Information

System File Checker - A Maintenance Utility


System File Checker is a great utility that is typically not utilized by the average Windows XP User. What it does is scan system files that are protected by Windows File Protection (by default Windows File Protection is enabled), and it checks to make sure that the protected files have not been altered.

Windows PDA Medical Software Benefits


PDA Medical BenefitsIf you are concerned about your medical history, the Internet has some great windows medical pda software that is available for free. Freeware is all the rage, and finding good quality freeware that is medically related is easy and fun.

Best PC Pocket GPS


Stop Getting LostOne of the greatest uses for a pocket pc is for gps navigation. Now all those people who continually get lost can find their way anywhere with the various types of gps navigation software available.

Bluetooth Headphones For Your PDA


Nothing is worse than having to negotiate all kinds of cables with your many electronic devices. This is why bluetooth technology is so fantastic.

Connect Your IPAQ to Linux


Choose Not To ConformPalm pilots and pdas are constantly growing in the ways that people use them in their everyday lives. Having a pocket pc is becoming the standard rather than the exception.

Nephrology and Dialysis For a PDA


Saving Lives With A Pocket PCFree medical downloads can be a real lifesaver for many people. For those dealing with diseases, using their pda to help monitor their health is one of the best and most useful benefits of the new pocket pc technology.

How Does a Palm Pilot Work?


Just The Facts, Ma'mPalm pilots are all the rage now. Everyone has a pda or wants to get one in the near future.

Occupational Therapy and PDAs


Occupational Therapy Made EasierMedical downloads for the pda have improved the life of both patients and doctors of all kinds. These freeware software downloads make many types of medical conditions much easier to manage.

Reliable File and Folder Sharing in Windows Xp


This tip is on sharing files and folders on a local network in Windows XP. It has been tested on Windows XP Professional (with and without SP2).

Font Organizers Review, Part I


Do you know how many fonts are currently installed on your PC? What is the difference between OpenType, TrueType, PostScript Type 1 and Printer fonts? If the answer is 'No', it's time to consider getting a font organizer.TypografThis extremely well-done 32-bit app lets you preview, print, and manage TrueType and Type 1 fonts.

Tips For Finding Great Deals On Computer Accessories & Supplies


Tip #1. Do a Google search.

Your Home is in Your Hands


I would like to tell you about a magic home. You or your children have bought a home and fixed it up very nicely.

Portable DVD Players - Things To Know


In my humble opinion nothing makes a long trip easier (especially if you have kids). A portable DVD player is the ideal solution for those long plane rides or endless drives in a car to keep everyone entertained, especially when you have new hit DVD to play.

PDA Bible Free Download


Your Bible At Your FingertipsIt is fairly easy to find a pda Bible free download online. Your pocket pc can become your own private spriritual asset for daily scripture readings and further Bible study.

How To Have Two (Multiple) Copies Of Windows


Having two operating systems is not as difficult as many of us consider. It just requires little hard work and some good equipment.

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