Finds of the Week: How To Secure Google Chrome, How To Build A New PC, Find Games Like Your Favorites, Download and Print Free Vintage Posters

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Finds of the Week is a list of web sites I've come across lately that are interesting, fun, or useful (or all three). I hope you enjoy them. -Rhiannon

How To Secure Google Chrome
This comprehensive article covers just about every aspect of browsing securely with Google's Chrome browser, and much of it is applicable to other browsers as well, particularly the internet security add-ins. Some of the extensions and security enhancements are available and usable in other browsers. Pretty eye opening, take a look.

How To Build a New PC
This article is up to date, comprehensive and well written with plenty of photos covering all aspects of building your own PC. I really like the parts on how to choose your hardware. Yeah, you can buy a PC cheaper than building one, but if you want great components, here's how to put together your own custom PC.

Find Games Like Your Favorites
More than once I've played a particular game and liked it so much I wondered if there more like it out there somewhere, but how would I find one? This site lists games similar to popular games, on tons of platforms: Android, Browser Based, DOS, IOS, XBox,WII, PC, Mac, and more. If you're looking for an alternative to a particular game, here's the direct link to the Games Like Directory.

Download and Print Free Vintage Posters
This site isn't tech oriented, but if you like Vintage American posters covering Travel, Movies (John Wayne anyone?), the Circus, Advertising, Design, Food and Drink, War (Rosie the Riveter and Uncle Sam), Animals, etc. these images all free to download and are printable.

 

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Comments

rhiannon,

THANK YOU for the info on Chrome!!

Just trying to implement the recommended changes and wonder if all or any of this is applicable to Chrome CANARY.

You're very welcome. :)

 

There is definitely a collectors market for mint quality vintage posters so this website is worth a look.

I'm happy you like it. :)