Monthly Archives: December 2014

Merry Christmas!

By | September 25, 2021

We would like to wish all our of visitors a very Merry Christmas today and we hope you got everything that you wished for! Merry Christmas from all at TechyGeeksHome   Free Subscription If you want to be notified when we post more quality guides like this one, sign up to our free subscription service… Read More »

Track Santa with the help of NORAD!

By | September 25, 2021

Its that time of year again where Santa will be loading up his sleigh and delivering presents to kids all over the world. But with all the modern technology these days, even Santa cannot get away from being tracked wherever he goes! So, get yourself (or your kids!) onto the Track Santa NORAD website and… Read More »

Filezilla Client Released

By | April 1, 2023

Filezilla Client has been released and you can now download the latest version from the download button below. We will soon we created a MSI file for this version but maybe not until the new year due to other commitments over the festive period. DOWNLOAD COMMENTS If you have any questions or comments, please… Read More »

TechyGeeksHome Year End Stats

By | April 1, 2023

As we approach the end of another year, we thought that we would post some figures about our site from the last 12 months. It has been a pretty good year for us and our visitor count seems to have been rising throughout the year recently peaking at around 5000 visitors a day. We also… Read More »

Uninstall Windows and Office Updates using Windows Server Update Services (WSUS)

By | April 1, 2023

Following on from our recent posts about dodgy Microsoft updates, we thought we should post about how to uninstall Windows and Office Updates using WSUS. A lot of the issues people fast with dodgy Microsoft updates are when they are automatically or accidentally released through WSUS to your end users machines meaning that on their… Read More »

How to keep databases running smoothly

By | September 25, 2021

Databases not running smoothly can be responsible for bad business performance. More often than not, there’s a simple explanation for why a database isn’t working properly and, with a few simple changes, you can help keep them in good working order. It can make good business sense to use an IT support provider, such as… Read More »

Google Chrome 39.0.2171.95 MSI Released

By | April 1, 2023

Google have now released a new version of their Chrome browser, version 39.0.2171.95. If you are looking at deploying Google Chrome using systems like Configuration Manager, WDS, SCUP or Group Policy, you will want to use their MSI installer to make it much easier. You can now download the Google Chrome MSI installer from our… Read More »

Adobe Flash Player Released – MSI Download

By | April 1, 2023

Adobe has released another update to their Adobe Flash Player software, this time taking it up to version As always, you can download the executable file or get the MSI file so that you can load it into your Configuration Manager Software Catalog. The update is also now available to import through System Center… Read More »

Windows Update Causing Internet Explorer to Crash – KB3008923

By | February 7, 2024

After Microsoft released a bunch of updates this week that broke Excel, today we ran into issues with their updates breaking Internet Explorer! After some more updates were released through our WSUS server to client machines, users started to experience Internet Explorer crashes on load up making the browser virtually unusable. So, having to then… Read More »

Teamviewer 10.0.36244 Released

By | March 19, 2023

We are a bit late with this one but Teamviewer have released version 10.0.36244 of their excellent remote control and support software. This is free to use software for personal use and is excellent if you want to help out a family member or even just remote control your home PC from somewhere else. You… Read More »

Windows Update Causes ActiveX/VBScript to stop working in Excel – KB2553154

By | April 1, 2023

So Microsoft have done it again! They have released a “critical” update that has broken everyone’s Excel! We have had a large number of issues today in relation to VBScripting in Excel and it happened at 10am – the exact time our WSUS updates are collected by end users machines. So, having spent most of… Read More »