Archive for July, 2011

 

Free laptop cooler with every service call

laptop cooler

Deepcool laptop cooler

We see a lot of laptops with heat issues which is a bit like having high blood pressure and not being aware of it. Hard drives that are overheating are one of the leading causes of data loss when the drive suddenly fails. You can check the temperature of your hard disk and keep a check on it by downloading this free tool from Active HDD Monitor, then going to options and tick the box to load when Windows starts,  to monitor the temp of your drive.

We have bought in a big box of DeepCool laptop coolers suitable for 15.4″ laptops. This model retails at $29 but yours free with every onsite service call for our Perth customers, until the box is empty. Please let us know if you want this item when calling! No backorders. Offer expires when the box is empty.

  • compatible with up to 15.4″ laptops
  • large 120mm ?hydro-bearing quiet fan with for optimum cooling
  • wide area aluminium mesh for distributed airflow
  • anti-slip design for laptop safety

Visit our main page  or call 1300 661 624 to book a service call.

 
 
 

New Windows 7 Ultimate Tweaker

New Windows 7 tweak tool

TweakUI was very popular with XP and did lots of useful things. It’s now available for Windows 7 from our friends at TheWindowsClub. This has some powerful tweaks so user beware, but it also has a restore defaults button.

It’s called Ultimate Windows Tweaker and you can download the latest version here at no cost.

 
 
 

Free website and hosting for a year from MYOB and Google

You may already know that MYOB bought out the popular Smartyhost website hosting platform in 2008.  The offer posted at gettingbusinessonline for a free website and hosting for a year is a MYOB and Google initiative to help small business get their business online with no upfront costs, and low ongoing costs after the first year.

Your new website will have the look and feel of a template design, but the fairly basic starting presentation can be customized. Google is offering a $75 Adwords starter package (which is available elsewhere as well) along with tips and advice for small business.

Your site will be automatically added to Google’s index so you will need to put some planning into your SEO (search engine optimization). See the SEO how-to post here.

This is a good offer if you are looking for an entry level website, a com.au domain name, and a reliable host partner.