Home-Tech-Album-125x125_thumb1_thumb1Jim, Christian and Brian are back for another week of discussion on Technology in your Home.  We spend some time looking at some helpful productivity tips for Windows 7.  Topics like keyboard shortcuts, jumplists, the Reliability Monitor, our friend Ninite, Aero Snap and Shake, notification customization, using checkboxes, the taskbar and multiple monitors.  Did I leave anything out?

Brian talks about his post on using his iPad to remote control his Windows PCs on his network using Splashtop.com.  Windows on an iPad?  Can it be?  We also cover all the different ways a person can remote to a PC or Mac.  There is more than one option!

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This week in Christians corner, we talk about the Zuck getting his Facebook account hacked!  Bummer for him.  He also continues a discussion from last week on Netflix and Hulu.

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10 Useful Windows 7 Productivity Tips

Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook Account Hacked

Hulu CEO Threatened to Quit Over Hulu Plus Pricing

How To Remotely Access Your Windows PC from an iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch

Splashtop Remote

TeamViewer Remote Access

Windows Live Mesh

Ninite

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