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Windows Software Reviews.

NXPowerLite Desktop Review – Optimize File Size to Increase Disk Space
"Low disk space" is no longer a warning that most users get from Windows nowadays, mostly thanks to the fact that modern solid-state and hard drives have a very generous capacity. However, disk space usage remains an issue for those working with pen drives, memory cards, CDs, DVDs and other types of external data storage formats, since users have to be careful with the size of their files.  NXPowerLite Desktop is a software application specifically designed for such scenarios. It offers suppo...

CyberLink PowerDVD Ultra 14 Review
CyberLink PowerDVD is a complex media player that features support for DVDs and Blu-ray discs, in addition to common video, audio and photo files. It offers support for remote control when enjoying movies in cinema mode, along with other useful options and configuration settings. License type The trial edition can be tested for 30 days and it comes with multiple restrictions. For instance, it does not support USB synchronization and Home Media Server, or the playback of HECV / H.265 / Blu-ra...

WebSite X5 Evolution Review – Interactive Website Builder for Beginners
Creating and designing websites is not an easy task. This usually requires a lot of time learning HTML, CSS, JavaScript, C#, Ruby or other programming and scripting languages, and years of experience are needed to deliver exquisite results in this regard. WebSite X5 Evolution is a software application that proposes a more user-friendly approach to website building. It integrates an interactive and neatly organized interface that's also fun to work with, along with templates and advanced funct...

Advanced SystemCare FREE Review: Keep Your System Clean, Fast and Secure
Keeping your computer in tip-top shape requires a pretty large collection of software applications that dedicate their time to boost the startup speed, Internet connection and computer performance, fight against spyware and adware, optimize, clean and fix system-related issues, and wipe out web browsing traces. Your operating system is prone to all sorts of errors and preventing unwanted applications and toolbars from infiltrating into your PC seems an impossible and time-consuming task. Not ...

Enpass Review – Store and Synchronize Passwords Across Multiple Devices
Enpass is a simple-to-use application that can store important information in secure databases to restrict the access of unauthorized users. Packed in an intuitive and attractive UI, the tool provides support for an extensive range of data types and third-party password managers to import content from, not to mention compatibility with other platforms aside Windows, including mobile. Everything is accessible with one master password. Installation and interface The setup procedure is fast and...



Mac Software Reviews.

Mailbox Review – Sort Your Emails with a Swipe
Dealing with a large influx of emails on a daily basis is both time consuming and stressful. Mailbox is a desktop email client maintained by Dropbox that aims to streamline the process by allowing you to effortlessly organize, archive, and delete your messages with simple swipe motions. The Mailbox capabilities are organized around two main functions: you get to manage your messages in a more intuitive manner, while all modifications are synced instantly between your devices with the help of ...

Pixelmator Review – A Well-Thought-Out and User-Oriented Image Editing App for Everyday Use
Finding the right image processing application might prove to a difficult job, especially if you take into account the large number of image editing utilities available on the market. Most graphics and design apps come filled with a myriad of smart editing and painting tools designed to make your job easier. Be that as it may, only a handful of them manage to pack everything into a well-designed and intuitive interface like the one featured by Pixelmator. Pixelmator is a fully featured image...

Pocket Review – Save Interesting Web Content for Later
The Internet is filled with useful information, interesting articles and webpages, impressive pictures and captivating videos that might capture our attention between daily tasks. Most of the times, we come across compelling content when we are engaged in other activities that do not allow us to promptly view, read or watch the found material. Fortunately, there are numerous Mac OS X applications that make it possible for you to save your discoveries and access them during your free time. Poc...

Fluid Review – Create Desktop Apps for Your Favorite Websites
Fluid is a user friendly and very powerful software solution that enables you to create apps for the websites that don’t have their own desktop client, or that incorporate very few customization options. Most popular online services also develop clients that can be deployed on your computer as standalone apps: even though you can access the respective websites via your web browser, a heavy usage and multiple accounts are handled much better via a separate app. At the core, Fluid is actually ...

Focusky – An Intuitive and Versatile Presentation Maker for Everyday Use
Delivering an engaging presentation capable to capture the attention of your audience might prove to be a difficult task that requires good summarization skills, a well-structured layout accompanied by well-designed slides, an expressive body language and great communication skills. Although the dexterity of the speaker is essential for the success of the presentation, the content displayed by the orator is also of great importance, and here is where Focusky comes in to simplify your job. Fo...



PC Games Reviews.

Football Manager 2015 Review (PC)
Football Manager 2015 is the kind of video game where, for the last 10 minutes of a match against Sunderland, I have my fists clenched and I am regularly tempted to close my eyes whenever the opposition strikers move towards my goal. When I finally manage to emerge as the victor two goals to one, I literally scream in delight, even though the most important result of the match is that I am now the leader of the Premier League at the end of virtual December 2015. There are hundreds of moments...

Grand Theft Auto 5 Review (Xbox One)
Grand Theft Auto 5 broke sales and popularity records when it appeared last year for the PS3 and Xbox 360 platforms, acting effectively as the last major game to appear on the old consoles and ending their long cycle on a high mark, thanks to great gameplay and some pretty decent visuals. However, many were wondering at that time whether Rockstar Games, its developer, was going to bring the title onto more platforms, such as the PC, PS4, or Xbox One. After a lengthy period of radio silence, t...

This War of Mine Review (PC)
The first time I played This War of Mine, my first survivor died five days in, because I send him unprepared somewhere dangerous and failed to run at the first sign of trouble. This caused depression for my other two characters and I was all out of cigarettes and unable to produce any alcohol in order to make them forget about the traumatic event. To make the situation even worse, I got raided the next day, which resulted in one injured character who was forced to use bandages and rest all d...

Far Cry 4 Review (Playstation 4)
The Far Cry series has had a pretty intriguing history, first appearing from German developer Crytek and then coming from Ubisoft's biggest internal studio, the Montreal one. After Far Cry 3 surprised everyone with its great gameplay and intense action, the large publisher quickly greenlit work on a sequel, while allowing the team to let loose and come up with something really fun in the form of Blood Dragon, a standalone expansion for the third game. Now, the next major iteration, Far Cry 4,...

Valkyria Chronicles Review (PC)
Valkyria Chronicles was launched on the PlayStation 3 in 2008 and many gamers were surprised by the depth and the smart mechanics that the title introduced, and now the tactics-driven role-playing game is also offered on the PC via Steam, bringing the experience to a wider than ever audience. The experience is interesting initially and will surprise many gamers who believe they know what to expect from a SEGA-made turn-based tactics RPG, but ultimately the game does not have enough solid mech...




Latest News.

Chinese Electronic Cigarettes Have Malware Planted In the Charger
It has not been proven that smoking electronic cigarettes can give you cancer, but an indirect negative side-effect of the habit is that it can be leveraged for malware distribution. All such products need to be charged in order to produce the vapors substituting the smoke of a real cigarette and its noxious elements. In many cases, this can be done by plugging it into to the computer, via an USB connection. In a thread on Reddit, a user described how a data security breach at a large compan...

Five Arrested in UK for Using Remote Access Trojans
As part of a larger operation that extended over several European countries, five individuals in the UK have been arrested by the National Crime Agency (NCA) for handling remote access Trojans (RATs) in different cybercriminal activities. The cyber crooks relied on the malicious software to steal personal information from the computers of the victims or to conduct distributed denial-of service (DDoS) attacks. The NCA warns that computers are infected with this type of digital threat after th...

Dragon Age: Keep and the Future of Storytelling
One of the initiatives associated with the launch of Dragon Age: Origins is the introduction of the online Keep service, which is designed to allow gamers to explore the choices associated with the first two titles in the franchise in order to create a world state for the new experience which is in line with their moral compass and their ideas about the future of the story. The concept is simple, does not force players to actually play the previous experiences because it does not require save...

Apple Quietly Patches 15 Security Holes in iOS 8, OS X 10.10, Apple TV Software 7
A rundown of this week’s software updates from Cupertino, California reveals that Apple has quietly patched a total of 15 flaws in its mobile, desktop, and TV software. These seemingly unimportant updates are actually must-have for users who take security matters seriously. Released unceremoniously as part of the three major updates deployed this week, the 15 vulnerabilities addressed in Apple’s software are actually important flaws that got overlooked by the media. Sifting through the advis...

Apple Software Updates of the Week – November 23, 2014
Apple this week rolled out an unusually large amount of updates for this time of the year, targeting both customers and developers alike. In the paragraphs to follow, we’ll be taking you on a fast-forward journey of this week’s updates, so keep an eye out for anything you might have missed from Monday ‘till Friday. The week started off with Apple rolling out two highly anticipated maintenance updates for OS X Yosemite and iOS 8. The rollout was widely reported as it promised to address numero...

iPads Keep Crashing Post iOS 8.1.1, Customers Upset
It is becoming increasingly apparent that Apple’s new software update for iDevices is heavily flawed and fails to address many of the ongoing problems for old-generation users. A thread on Apple Support Communities that has been viewed some 20,000 times (at the time of this writing) indicates that iOS 8.1.1 fails to correct crashes and freezes associated with the new OS on old-generation iPads, including second- and third-generation tablets. Not just iPad 2, but iPad 3 as well A user identi...

Wi-Fi Problems Persist After iOS 8.1.1
Despite rolling out an update packing only fixes for old-generation devices, reports regarding crippled Wi-Fi connections keep trickling in, drawing the media’s attention. As this week draws to a close, reports are beginning to emerge that the iOS 8.1.1 release on Monday has failed to address ongoing problems with the new OS, including Wi-Fi connectivity issues. Apple promised stability and performance The release notes for iOS 8.1.1 clearly state that the update is meant solely for old-gen...

Leaked Credentials for PSN, 2K, Windows Live Accounts May Be Fake
A hacker group calling itself DerpTrolling has published a list of 5,604 usernames and passwords claiming to belong to active users of the PlayStation Network, 2K and Windows Live gaming services. The hackers warned that this was only a fragment of the database of credentials allegedly stolen from the computer systems of the aforementioned networks. Even without this detail, all clients of the three services should change their passwords immediately in order to eliminate any account hijackin...

Here’s Jennifer Lawrence Singing “The Hanging Tree” for “Hunger Games: Mockingjay 1” – Video
Earlier this month, during a promotional appearance for “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1,” which opened in theaters last night, Friday, November 21, 2014, actress Jennifer Lawrence revealed that her most traumatizing experience on set was when she had to sing a song for the film. As she explained, she wanted to lip-synch to Lorde’s vocals, but director Francis Lawrence wouldn’t let her because he thought the moment would not come across as authentic to viewers. So, instead, he “forced” h...

Prince William Confronts Comedian Who Openly Flirts with Wife Kate Middleton
Jack Whitehall, a British comedian, found himself being confronted by none other than Prince William after his stand-up routine included a confession that he had a soft spot for the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton. The normally benevolent Prince, who has never ever been heard raising his voice, was reportedly none too happy about the comments the comedian made and decided to confront Whitehall after the show, since he was in the audience. Whitehall made a joke about flirting with Kate M...