With both the Home Server Show and The Home Tech Podcast back on their regular schedule, Jim, Brian, Christian and a new regular Andrew Morris, welcome Gordon Schmidt to the podcast. Gordon is a long time listener and fellow family tech support guy. With a full compliment of tech guys, it’s time to get down to business.
This this weeks show, we cover the new, redefined purpose for the podcast. “From Tech Guys, For Tech Guys!” Jim does a quick review of the new HP Pavillion dm1 Netbook, covers the much needed fix for his Xbox and media center and covers Windows 7 SP1 with the gang. Christian covers some speech recognition macros in Windows 7 and get the team all fired up about it. Gordon looks at SyncToy 2.1 right before a major Skype meltdown. You would have heard all the mayhem if you had listened live!
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We close the show with some talk of tablets and cell phones. Christian’s Dad chimes in and later joins the podcast for a special extra show to be aired later next week.
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