Self Help Support
help but don't know where to go.
Following is a
list of web sites that might give you the information that you need.
of the list below came from a computer magazine (Computer Shopper) but we add to it
when we find something new. If you have a information or support
site that you have found useful, please send an email to our web
give us your favorite web site,
tell us which category it fits in, and we will add it to this list.
If you're a KEGS member you even get KEGABUCK$ for every link we add.
But this isn't
all! There's more! (I feel like I'm selling knives on an
this site when searching for help on YouTube. The site belongs to
321 LEARN and they provide lots of free training videos to do all sorts
Here's the link
We've added a
help page that links you to APCUG's
e-PUSH Tech articles
which we will now post on our website. Here's the link
APCUG e-Push Tech articles
A KEGS member,
Gordon Young, has graciously given us a list of all his favorite
utilities. Just click here to jump right to his special list of
help? Go to our Microsoft provided list of
Microsoft Security Resources.
Geek gathering spot for a
diverse selection of topics.
Online news from worldwide sources.
Open-source-centric tech news and discussions.
Very technical news and
www.antionline.com The spot
for discussing security concerns.
display: the Web that was.
outpost of the Better Business Bureau.
Shopping, with product and store ratings.
www.broadbandreports.com Updates on the state of
the broadband industry.
Provides many free tutorials in various categories.
Nonprofit organization for impartial product evaluations.
www.epic.org Electronic Privacy
Information Center; Big Brother, beware.
Shopping site with online reviews.
www.howstuffworks.com Learn how your PC remembers
your I 00-page thesis.
Thinking about over-clocking?
Help, downloads & more.
www.techtutorials.info A premier directory for computer
technology and related tutorials.
www.tomshardware.com High-end tech talk for IT p1-os
and savvy enthusiasts.
www.vmyths.com Find out the truth about
computer myths and hoaxes.
www.webopedia.com Go here when you want to know
what a tech word means.
Find solutions to irksome
Around-the-clock support—for a price.
www.belarc.com Profiles your system and
tells you what you already own.
Take action against spam.
Online source for high-tech jobs.
Hassle-free driver downloads.
The place to go for drivers, old or new.
Free tech support.
www.protonic.com Free tech
support, but donations are accepted.
Sooner or later, we all end up
Offers a free online virus scan.
Unique selection of
Convert files to PDF format.
The downloads at this site go on for ever.
Send and receive faxes via e-mail.
Great freeware and shareware site.
www.versiontracker.com Find the
latest version of your software.
Facilitates multimedia conferencing.
Sniff out a Wi-Fi hotspot
in New York, Seattle, or London.
www.freenetworks.org In case
you can’t get enough free Wi-Fl.
www.hotelguide.com Find a bed at
one of 65,000 hotels worldwide.
Mobile map site.
media formatted for handhelds.
www.palmgear.com Palm apps
and peripherals available here.
www.personaltelco.net Comprehensive list of
wireless nodes around the world.
www.teleadapt.com Avoid a
shock—get the right adapter here.
entertainment and shopping guide.
Find art to improve the
look of your presentations.
www.emusic.com Where Boy Scouts get their
music (for a monthly fee).
www.kazaa.com Much free
music—but beware of spyware.
www.mp3newswire.net Battle reports from the
front lines of digital music.
www.ofoto.com Upload digital
photos, and order prints online.
www.sacko.com Links photos to
people and people to photos.
Less free music, but free of spyware.