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Windows Software Reviews.

USB Network Gate Review - Share USB Drives Remotely
USB Network Gate is a professional application that facilitates server and client components for sharing and accessing USB devices over LAN, WAN and Internet, in order to perform file operations on the remote storage drives as if they're actually plugged into your computer. For example, you can copy important files from a friend's external hard drive instead of going through the trouble of uploading data online just to be able to download it, which is ideal when talking about large amounts of information. The beauty of this tool is that any two or more machines can be linked together through the public IP address, host name (for LAN) and a preferred port. It requires minimal configuration, making it accessible for casual users who prefer simplicity over customization. License type, setup, and interface The trial version can be tested for 14 days, after which you can either uninstall the product or purchase the full package for $95.88 / €86.38 (ex...

Windows Update MiniTool Review: Take Control of Windows Updates and Install, Uninstall, or Hide Them
How come there’s never a right time to install Windows updates? You keep putting them on hold for various reasons. Inevitably, when automatic updates occur, you end up exercising your patience until they are fully configured. Windows Update MiniTool is a nifty program that offers you control of Microsoft’s Windows updates by allowing you to check for, download, install, uninstall, schedule, and hide updates using quick and effortless actions.  The application is compatible with Windows XP, Vista, 7,

ESET NOD32 Antivirus 9 Review - Close, but No Cigar
ESET NOD32 Antivirus just got updated to version 9 a couple of days ago. Since we can't contain our excitement any longer, we're just going to dive into the application to explore the new and improved features. Developed to protect computers from all popular types of malware, this program features preset and custom scan profiles, advanced heuristics and configuration settings, web access, email client and anti-phishing protection, along with extra security tools. What's new As in the previous edition, you can enable or disable PUP (potentially unwanted programs) detection during setup. Installation is faster than before and an initial scan is auto-triggered 20 minutes after setup completion or reboot. The interface got redesigned. The developer keeps the neatly organized structure that it has already familiarized us with, while trying to make ESET NOD32 Antivirus friendlier than before. We think it succeeded. Thi...

SendTo-Convert Review: Convert Photos Right from Your Context Menu
Converting images to various file formats is supposed to be a simple-to-handle process. However, not all the programs available on the market seem to take this task seriously and they simplify the practice to a few clicks. SendTo-Convert changes the rules and allows you to convert photos from your right-click menu without other additional tweaks. The application is delivered in a lightweight and free package. It is compatible with Windows XP, Vista, 7, and

WHDownloader Review - Selectively Download Windows 10 Updates
Updating Windows with the latest hotfixes and security patches is (or should be) the first step when reinstalling the operating system. According to Microsoft, it's such an important part of the OS that it made it unavoidable in Windows 10. However, not all updates are mandatory. Instead of running Windows Update, you can resort to WHDownloader to get a clearer idea of all downloads available online, as well as get only the ones you're interested in after thorough documentation. Formerly known as Windows Hotfix Downloader, this tool is compatible with Windows 10, 8.1, and 7, both 32-bit and 64-bit architecture types. Apart from the fact that it lists general updates, hotfixes, baseline, security and optional updates, it also provides the online source for reading more details about specific updates on Microsoft's KB Articles. Portable tool for creating update backups The application's not wrapped in a setup package, so you can copy the downloade...



Mac Software Reviews.

Todoist Review - Cross-Platform Task Management Solution
Todoist delivers a task management system that can be reached from anywhere, including the browser, while also sporting clients both for desktop and mobile platforms. Organization is probably the best ally you have when facing the pile of things that need to get done every day. Regardless of whether you have to deal with a work or a personal project, establishing precise tasks, due dates, and setting up reminders will keep you out of a lot of trouble. Todoist proposes a streamlined environment where you get to create multiple projects, keep track of upcoming tasks, or assign them to other users without wasting too much time. Since Todoist relies on a web platform, at least on the desktop side, the clients preserve the same interface design. On the other hand, the project also features companion applications for iOS and Android, extensions for all major browsers (Safari, Firefox, or...

Camera Guard Pro Review - Block Unattended Access to Your Camera and Microphone
iMacs and MacBooks come with a built-in camera and microphone that might end up being a serious security risk if they fall into the wrong hands. Camera Guard Pro helps you take a proactive approach by automatically blocking all processes that try to use the devices. The Apple-vetted operating system has not been left out by malware developers, even though the amount of malicious software created for the Mac is considerably lower when compared to other platforms. Most recently, after infecting a Mac, the Backdoor.MAC.Eleanor malware installed a backdoor that granted full access to the machine to a third party, and that included the webcam device. Naturally, this raises serious concerns over one's privacy. By default, OS X comes with safety measures in place that automatically activate the camera LED whenever an app operates the webcam. Still, the camera chip can be reprogrammed to disable this f...

Paste Review - Clipboard Manager Focused on Improving Productivity
The copy and paste feature is an intrinsic part of any operating system, but the one-item-at-a-time approach might seem too time-consuming to users who juggle with a lot of the same assets on a daily basis. Paste aims to reduce the number of repetitive actions by transforming the clipboard history into an unlimited resource. Like any other clipboard manager, once launched, Paste starts recording everything you put on your clipboard and makes the database navigable and searchable. What makes the Paste application stand out are the design choices and the simple control: a separate card is created for each clipping, and you get to browse through them via a large panel placed in the bottom area of your screen. The Paste utility can deal with text content, images, links, files, or folders, but keep in mind that it will only store references so that it won’t take up too much storage space. The Paste cards...

Memory Clean 2 Review - Free Up Unnecessarily Blocked Memory
Mac OS X comes with a built-in memory management system and helps you analyze the RAM usage via the Activity Monitor. Memory Clean 2 makes the statistical information more easily accessible and helps you take control of the optimization process. Random-access memory (RAM) is a crucial part of any operating system, and the lack of it or its poor management can take a serious toll on your Mac’s overall performance. As a result, making sure that the memory is not needlessly blocked can improve the system’s responsiveness. However, the use of memory cleaners is put under question especially when Mac OS X is concerned, considering that the operating system already comes with an above-average memory management system that will automatically allocate the necessary resources to the apps in need. Memory cleaner that shifts the control over to the user Even though this is generally the...

Grammarly Review - Improve the Quality of Your Writing
The Grammarly online platform features, among other writing resources, an editor that automatically scans your text for spelling errors or common grammatical mistakes and suggests various language improvements. The Grammarly desktop client enables you to access this editor outside the browser. Most text processors include spell-checking capabilities while some advanced word processing solutions can also keep a lookout for grammatical mistakes. Nevertheless, highlighting repetitive words, offering synonyms suitable to the context, or pointing out sentences that lack clarity is out of the question. Grammarly is an online solution designed to filter your writing through a text editor that can recognize around 250 types of language errors that range from spelling and grammar to punctuation. ...



PC Games Reviews.

Tekken 7 Review - The Best Fighting Game Ever Made
We can say that Tekken 7 is a fighting game, but that would be an understatement. We can, however, say that Tekken 7 is THE fighting game, and we would be a little bit closer to the truth. I’ve been playing Tekken for a long time, but I started with other fighting games such as Street Fighter or Mortal Combat. Notice how I don’t use any numbers for the games because I’m talking about the first ones. Those are great titles and are very dear to me, but they are no match for the Tekken series. As you can imagine, this kind of attitude is a very subjective one, and many of you won’t agree with that assessment. In fact, I thought the same for the longest time. I felt that no matter what new fighting games I was playing, nothing could compare to the likes of Street Fighter or Mortal Kombat. I was wrong and given enough time other players might get to feel the same way. Don’t get me wrong, all of these games, including Tekken, have come a long way in the past couple of d...

Injustice 2 Review (PS4)
I have a special place in my heart for superhero movies, so when Warner Bros. and NetherRealm Studios announced they would make a game based on the DC Comics universe, I was very excited. Although it might seem that Injustice: Gods Among Us follows the same formula as Mortal Kombat, the game feels and plays different. Having just finished Injustice 2, I can definitely say that NetherRealm have nailed it again by building on the core gameplay mechanics of the predecessor and adding new ones. But it's not just the updated combat system that makes Injustice 2 so much better than the predecessor, the story is compelling as well. Injustices 2 picks up five years after Superman's defeat, as Batman and his partners try to put the world back together. The campaign, online, as well as arcade modes are not the only activities in the game, as NetherRealm has added a brand new Multiverse mode where players travel through parallel worlds within the DC Universe and fight oppone...

Hearthstone - Journey to Un'goro Review
The newest Hearthstone expansion may be one of the best released by Blizzard since the launch of the game. Journey to Un'goro is the ninth Hearthstone expansion and the most expensive available to date. Players will have to pay €50 for 40 packs of Journey to Un'goro cards, whereas a few weeks ago you could buy 50 packs of cards for the same amount. But that's not the worst thing about the new expansion, so let's take a closer look at what the new Hearthstone expansion plays and what you can do to have a high win rate. First off, Journey to Un'goro metagame hasn't been refined yet, but I can most certainly say that it will revolve around the new Quest cards, which are very powerful (except maybe for the Warlock quest). Each class has a Quest that can be played at the beginning of each game, since you'll start with the legendary card in your hand. If successfully completed, these Quests summon legendary creatures with powerful effects. For example, the priest cla...

Mass Effect: Andromeda Review
Mass Effect: Andromeda has finally arrived, and despite some minor criticism that any serious player would have, it's a great entry into what we hope is a brand new series.  Electronic Arts is not a publisher known for making the best marketing decisions over the year, but I have to say that making the game available for trial way before the actual launch was a bold move. It shows that they have faith in their product, and that's usually just as important as anything else. For the longest time, people have been complaining, and justly I might add, about the fact that game demos have been dropped by the publishers as a means to promote a game. After being absent for so long, demos are now making a comeback, albeit in another form.  In the case of Mass Effect: Andromeda, people have been able to play a trial version of the game, which is quite extensive, before the official launch. Being available to a large audience is a good thing, but it also opens up the game to...

Tales of Berseria Review (PS4)
The latest game in the Tales series is an emotional roller coaster for both veterans and newcomers to the franchise. Developer Bandai Namco reversed the traditional formula that made the Tales games so popular among JRPG fans and provided players with a new premise. Unlike previous Tales titles where characters are driven by the need to save the world, in Tales of Berseria the protagonist murders everyone and everything that stays between her and the object of her quest: revenge. Tales of Berseria proves that playing evil characters can be just as rewarding as playing good protagonists. In fact, the change in attitude as well as the polishing of the combat mechanics make this the best title in the Tales series. More importantly, anyone can play Tales of Berseria regardless if they've played or not a previous game in the same series. However, you plan on finishing the latest Tales game, you'll have to really free your agenda and prepare for an epic ride, since you'...




Latest News.

Legitimate iPhone 8 Leak Confirms Vertical Dual Camera, Bezel-Less Display
We’ve heard plenty of rumors regarding the iPhone 8 until now, but new images published by @OnLeaks, who has an excellent track on smartphone leaks so far, come to set things straight in this saga. First and foremost, here’s what the two leaked photos reveal. The iPhone 8 will certainly come without a home button, which means that the fingerprint reader will be moved elsewhere. The picture revealing the back of the phone doesn’t show a fingerprint sensor either, so most likely Apple embedded it into the display. This makes the iPhone 8 the first smartphone to come with such technology, after a model announced by Chinese manufacturer Vivo a few days ago. Then, it’s the vertical dual camera. Apple launched the iPhone 7 Plus with a dual-camera configurat...

Et Tu, Brute? The Wall Street Journal Kills Its Windows 10 Mobile, PC App
It’s no longer a surprise that many developers abandon Microsoft’s Windows phones because of the dropping market share, and now the latest announcement in this regard comes the Wall Street Journal. In an update posted on its Windows 10 app page in the Windows Store, the WSJ says that its app would be pulled on June 30, as it moves the focus to iOS and Android. The more surprising thing is that Windows phones don’t necessarily seem to be problem this time, but the Windows 10 platform altogether, as the Wall Street Journal sees to no reason to invest in a Windows Store app. And the main reason is probably the small number of users, as it’s more often the case of Windows phones. “The Windows 10 app will be discontinued on June 30th. You can access the same content and more on WSJ.com and our iOS and Android mobile apps,” the message posted on t...

Microsoft's Windows 10 Browser Bug Bounty Program Will Go On Forever
Microsoft has decided to extend the Edge browser bug bounty program indefinitely, as it’s pleased with how the application was improved thanks to security researchers across the world who discovered vulnerabilities and reported them to the company. Microsoft says it paid no less than $200,000 in bounties until now, and because a substantial number of security flaws were discovered by researchers who participating in the bug bounty effort, it converts it to a sustained program. “Microsoft is committed to delivering secure products to our customers and this bounty program helped us achieve that goal. We received many high-quality reports in Edge during this 10-month program which helped keep our customers secure,” the company said in a statement. “Keeping in line with our philosophy of protecting customers and proactively partnering with researchers, today we are changing the Edge on Windows Insider Preview (WIP) bounty program from a time bound to a sustained bount...

Virgin Media Warns of Hacking Risk, 800,000 Users Asked to Change Passwords
Virgin Media has issued a warning to nearly 800,000 customers after it discovered that some of its routers are vulnerable to hacking, asking users to change passwords to remain protected. A research conducted by consumer group Which? revealed that Super Hub 2 routers offered by Virgin Media to its UK customers can be hacked to access connected devices, including CCTV cameras, that would basically give attackers the power of spying on users. The notification concerns customers still using default network and router passwords, with Virgin Media explaining that other routers from the same generation are very likely to be vulnerable as well. “We continually upgrade our systems and equipment to ensure that we meet all current industry standards. We regularly support our customers through advice and updates and offer them the chance to upgrade to a Hub 3.0 which contains additional security provisions,” Virgin Media was quot...

New Display Driver for AMD Embedded GPUs, SOCs, and APUs - Version 17.10.3001
AMD has made available a new graphics package targeted at some of its Embedded GPUs, G-Series SOCs, and R-Series APUs / SOCs, which ensure compatibility with the 64-bit architecture of Microsoft’s Windows 7 and 10 operating systems. To be clear, the producer has provided the 17.10.3001 package, which provides support for 1st Gen (eKabini) and 2nd Gen (Steppe Eagle) G-Series SoCs, as well as for 1st Gen (eTrinity FS1r2) and 2nd Gen (Bald Eagle) R-Series APUs. Moreover, the file mentioned above also implements general bug fixes and adds compatibility with AMD’s Radeon E9550, E9260, E8860, and E8870 graphics cards, G-Series SoCs (LX), and 1st Gen R-Series (eTrinity FP2) devices. Last but not least, system configurations that include an R-Series SoC (Merlin Falcon), or a 3rd Gen G-Series SoC I (Brown Falcon) or J (Prairie Falcon) family GPU, can also make use of this update. Considering all aspects described above, if you intend to upgrade your graphics chipset, simp...

Police Arrest Two Men Who Hacked Microsoft
Two men were arrested on June 22 for hacking Microsoft following a major collaboration between the software company and law enforcement agencies like the FBI, EUROPOL, EMSOU (East Midlands Special Operations Unit), and the NCA’s National Cyber Crime Unit (NCCU). While the names of the two suspects have not been revealed, British media reports the two suspects are from Lincolnshire and Bracknell and are believed to be part of an international group that managed to break into Microsoft’s network between January and March 2017. Police raided their homes and seized computers and evidence that could help with the investigation. One of the suspects is charged with gaining unauthorized access to a computer, while the other one was arrested for Computer Misuse Act offenses. No customer data at risk While very little is known about the hack itself, Microsoft explained in a statement that the hackers did not manage to access any customer data, pointing out...

Google Maps Is Unreliable, Indian Government Says
Google Maps is currently the world’s number one mapping service and is being accessed by billions of users every day, but as far as the Indian government is concerned, this solution is unreliable and unapproved. India's mapping and survey organization Survey of India (SoI) explained at a recent event that the Indian government considers Google Maps to be an unapproved and not authenticated service which officials themselves do not use, though they admitted that Google’s solution could be good for users looking for points of interests. Surveyor General of India Swarna Subba Rao questions Google Maps’ accuracy, pointing out that those who are looking for high accuracy are recommended to stick with the Survey of India maps. “If you talk about the authentication, the Google Maps is not authenticated. It hasn't been produced by the government, so they aren't authenticated,” Rao was quoted as saying by the

Microsoft Releases Major OneDrive Update for Apple macOS
As part of its efforts to make services available across all platforms, Microsoft today delivered a major OneDrive update to macOS devices that includes context menu options for the company’s cloud storage service. Specifically, starting with version 17.3.6916, OneDrive for Mac includes options to quickly manage files stored in the cloud. Users can share a OneDrive link, access more OneDrive sharing options, view the file online, and choose OneDrive folders to sync, all by simply right-clicking a file or folder on macOS. To get the new options, Microsoft says users need to enable OneDrive Finder Extensions and then restart macOS or Finder after installing the latest version of the app. This feature also makes it possible to share files and folders from the context menu for both personal and work or education accounts. Updated Activity Center The release notes also reveal that with this update, Microsoft has updated the Activity Center to provide ...

Download AsusWrt-Merlin Firmware 380.66.6 for Several ASUS Routers
AsusWrt-Merlin has announced the availability of new firmware packages developed for several ASUS router models, namely version 380.66.6, which manages to update OpenVPN to 2.4.3 and resolve the corrupted firewall rules when in Dual WAN mode with certain settings. If you intend to make use of these enhancements, first know that the developer has provided installation files compatible only with ASUS’ RT-N66 (U B1, R, W), RT-AC88U, RT-AC87 (R, U), RT-AC68 (P, R,W ,U), RT-AC66 (W, U, R), RT-AC56 (R, U, S), RT-AC5300, RT-AC3200, and RT-AC3100 routers. Therefore, if supported, save the appropriate package for your device model, unzip it, establish a wired connection between the router and your computer, and save all settings changed from the default values (better safe than sorry). Now, go to Advanced Settings > Administration > Firmware Upgrade, hit the “Choose File” button near the “New Firmware File” section, navigate and select the .trx file, click “Upload,” and wa...

Hackers Threaten to Take Down Steam as Summer Sale Begins
Valve officially kicked off the Steam Summer Sale on June 22, and just like every year, the gaming platform is suffering from slowdowns, with some users complaining that the service was even down completely at certain times and they couldn’t connect. And while this is nothing unusual since the Summer Sale generates huge traffic from gamers hungry for deals on their favorite titles, hacking group CyberTeam claims they are behind the inconsistencies that users are experiencing as we speak and which started a few hours ago. In a message posted on Twitter, the CyberTeam group said they are “attacking Steam in the test, the attacks that are occurring are not official, very soon we will attack all the servers.” Of course, it’s hard to verify these claims and the server issues that some people are hitting might be caused by the huge traffic generated by the sale. CyberTeam also alleged Skype ...