Computer Links


Leoville Town Square ForumHelp Forums for any problems with any computer or other technology. Even if you just have a question about something tech related, the folks here will have the answers for you. makes it simple and fast to stream all your video, audio, and photos to any web connected device anywhere in the world. Share family photo albums or access your huge collection of music securely from anywhere.
www.callforhelptv.comCall For Help is the website for a world famous computer help TV show. The show is hosted by Leo Laporte and Amber MacArthur. Leo not only does this show but he also has a weekend computer help radio show at KFI 640 from 1100 to 1400 Pacific time. He is also the author of several computer books and some of the top Podcasts like TWiT . His programs cover everything tech. You can see more of what Leo is doing at Computer Magazine is a free online magazine (in .pdf format so you'll need Adobe Reader - also free). This magazine has great articles, written in plain english, for beginners and advanced computer users. You'll learn a lot! ThinkGeek has all kinds of gadgets for everyone. It also has T-shirts, stuff for computers, electonics, books, and other geek stuff. Windows XP Home Edition to an Existing Network is the definative site for getting your new XP Home Edition computer up and running on your home network. Written by Steve Winograd.
grc.comGibson Research Corporation hosts a site with many useful tools and programs. Most important is the "Shields Up" tool that probes your computer for vulnerabilities that hackers can exploit. This is a site you must visit.
pcpitstop.comPC Pitstop analyzes your computer, it's hardware, and it's software for problems. And it tells you how to fix them in easy to understand instructions. Go to PC Pitstop and tune up your computer.
www.onecomputerguy.comWin95 and Win98 Tips and Tricks will show you lots of ways to improve you system. I only recommend this for those who are rather familiar with computers and operating systems.
PCWorld.comTips and Tricks for Windows 98/98SE, NT, 2000, ME, and XP.
Bytes Of InformationBytes Of Information is your one stop for the information you need to get the most out of your personal computer. A friends page with lots of usefule articles and very welly organized links to sites you really should visit.
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