Top 5 Posts Of 2011


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2011 brought a lot of things, both good and bad, for a lot of people. For JoeTech.com it meant all of our numbers just about doubled. Over 300,000 different people viewed posts here almost 500,000 times in 2011 and I’m hoping to double that in 2012. Below, I’ve put together a list of the top 5 most viewed posts of 2011, but you can also catch up on anything you missed by checking out 2011 archives or even just the monthly archives for January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, and December. But first, let’s look at the top 5 posts.

1. How to Crack the Account Password on Any Operating System
In this guest post, Blair Mathis from LaptopLogic.com detailed ways you could crack the user password in many different operating systems with detailed instructions. This post was written in January of 2009 but having been read 242,046 times shared 492 times on Facebook in 2011, it still remains the most viewed post on this site.

2. How To Send An Anonymous Text Or MMS Message
When a friend wanted to play a little prank, she asked if this could be done so I went to work creating a blog post with instructions and examples.

3. 5 Geeky Ways to Say “I Love You” on Valentine’s Day
If you know a geek and want to tell him or her “I Love You”, check out this post. It shows up every month in the top 10 read posts on JoeTech.com, proving that you don’t have to wait until Valentine’s Day to make use of the tips.

4. How To Replace A Dell Inspiron Laptop Heat Sink And Fan Assembly
Hardware how-tos are always good for Google traffic and this is no exception. At #4, this is another highly-viewed post every month.

5. My Sony Vaio VGN-SZ430N Hard Drive Crashed and How I Fixed It
Keeping with the laptop repair theme, this post detailed how I recovered from a nasty hard drive crash while at a convention in Las Vegas. I wish less people needed the information, but I’m glad so many found it useful.

Author: Joe Colburn

Joe Colburn is a software engineer specializing in PHP and a technology enthusiast. Always eager to dive into new and exciting things, Joe writes about anything technology related news and products that he thinks you will also be excited about. Find Joe Colburn on Google+ or by any of the links below.

17 thoughts on “Top 5 Posts Of 2011”

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  2. Nice round-up, Joe. Those are some useful and informative articles. I particularly like the one about cracking the account password on any OS as quite a few of my friends and relatives seem to mess up or forget their user account passwords.

    -Jean

  3. Always best to back up regularly just in case you experience a hard drive crash and your data is irretrievable – it only takes a few minutes to backup. It’s a good idea to make it a habit… best to be safe than sorry.

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