Week in Geek: The Zombie Cookie Edition

By Akemi Iwaya on September 26th, 2010

This week we learned how to automatically lock a computer when away from it, use an iPhone or iPod Touch to remotely control a PC, customize the title bar and other system fonts in Windows 7, using Internet Explorer 9 with Windows Vista, calculate simple math quickly in OneNote, and more.

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Photo by Don Solo.

Weekly Feature

Do you love all things Chrome OS? Now you can add the Arimo, Cousine, and Tinos Chrome OS fonts to your Ubuntu and Windows systems. Click on the matching link for your OS below.

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Photo by OMG! Ubuntu!.

Random Geek Links

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Photo by katiew.

Geek Video of the Week

Batman faces his toughest adversary yet: real super powers.

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Photo by CollegeHumor.

The Dark Knight Meets Superman

The Geek on Lifehacker

You may have lots of software installed on your PC, but you don’t need it running all the time. If you want to save some system resources, or just create a distraction-free environment in one click, a simple batch file can help.

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Create Service-Stopping Batch Files to Optimize Your PC for Specific Tasks

Random TinyHacker Links

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Super User Questions

Look through the hottest and/or most interesting questions from Super User this week.

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Latest Reviews at How-To Geek

Enjoy reading through our latest review.

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  • TuneUp Media Gold
    TuneUp is a plugin for iTunes and Windows Media Player that cleans up your messy music collection automatically and is available for PC and Macs. It will quickly fix cover art, metadata, and more.

How-To Geek Weekly Article Recap

Had a busy week and missed catching our best articles? Here are the five hottest articles for this past week.

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One Year Ago on How-To Geek

Here are more great articles from last year chock-full of helpful goodness.

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The Geek Note

That is all for this week’s batch of geeky goodness, so take some time to get outside and have fun today if you can! Have a YouTube account? Then make sure to subscribe to the official How-To Geek YouTube Channel here. And if you know about a great new app or hack send it in to us at tips@howtogeek.com.

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Photo by Terence Kearns.

Akemi Iwaya is a devoted Mozilla Firefox user who enjoys working with multiple browsers and occasionally dabbling with Linux. She also loves reading fantasy and sci-fi stories as well as playing "old school" role-playing games. You can visit her on Twitter and .

  • Published 09/26/10
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