This book shows the reader how to save money by using free or very inexpensive devices, programs, and services in order to save money while enjoying modern technology. People pay too much money for things that can be had very cheaply or for free if one only knows where to find the goodies. This book is about how to take advantage of technology without having to pay huge sums of money to big business. The author concentrates on tips, tactics, devices, programs, and secrets that actually work. It is the hope that when a reader reads and uses just one thing learned in this book that the book will pay for itself. This books offers something for everyone from a relative beginner to the hardcore geek. This book discuss the advantages and pitfalls in using free and inexpensive inexpensive technology products. Most products discussed in this book come with no strings attached. The products that do have strings attached are pointed out, and exactly what strings are explained. There are many free products available that do the same thing as their expensive counterparts. Microsoft office can cost anywhere between one hundred and several hundred dollars. There is a free program that will do almost everything Microsoft Office will that is legally available on-line for absolutely no cost to the user. The best part is the fact that this program contains no ad-ware or spy-ware. Even though long distance telephone service is getting less expensive each year, it is still pricey compared to the free and less expensive options that are currently available for those in the know. Many people pay tens and in some cases, over one hundred dollars a month so that they can watch decent television programming. In addition to paying these high rates, they often have to put up with annoying advertisements disrupting their viewing pleasure. This book shows free and inexpensive alternatives with fewer advertisements or none at all. Other people, when their computer slows to a crawl, will take their computer to a repair shop and pay tens to hundreds of dollars getting it back up to speed. This book shows people how do it quickly and easily themselves using programs already installed on the computer or available on-line for free. Some people spend tens of dollars per computer per year to protect their computer against malicious software. This book tells how and where to go to do it for free. Many computer users spend hours of frustrating searches on the Internet looking for diagnostic and optimization tools to speed up their computers or to make the more reliable. In many cases, they will come across websites featuring products that claim to do what they want. However, once they go through the trouble of downloading, installing, and using the software, the software performs the job as advertised - at least up to a point. The software will tell them what is wrong, and will have a qfix itq or qoptimizeq button. When the user clicks the button, he or she will see a notice that the software must qbe registeredq before the action is performed. Registration usually involves the payment of money. This book will show the users which programs truly do it for free. Using this book will save the reader many hours of searching, downloading, and installing programs only to find a demand of payment. The author has done the research and legwork to find the free gems that will help the reader. This book will also show the user how to use a GPS device or application to avoid speed traps and automated ticketing cameras and where to download the required data. Saving the cost of just one ticket will cause this book to pay for itself many times over. These are just a few of many examples of money savers that can be found in this book.Users wishing to connect to the computer must supply the correct email address and password. Another good thing about Show My PC is the fact that it can be used on Microsoft Windows, Mac and Linux. Team Viewer Team Viewer is anotheranbsp;...
|Title||:||Tech Tactics - Money Saving Secrets|
|Author||:||William Keeley, Anthony Gaudiano|
|Publisher||:||William Keeley - 2011-05-01|