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Windows Software Reviews.

7-Zip Review: Fast File Compression for Free
7-Zip has been a household name in the user community for many years. This compression tool enables us to create archives by compressing files to reduce the space occupied on the disk. Unlike many similar tools in this category, this one is free to use. Setting up the application is a fast and easy task, and it is possible to exclude language files for the interface. As far as the UI goes, this application sticks to a plain look throughout its development stages, preferring to let users focus...

Quietzone Review: App Sandboxing and Private Browsing
There is no such thing as too much security for users who want to prevent their systems from getting infected with malware. Apart from the commonly used antivirus solutions and firewall protection, it is also possible to resort to the sandboxing feature that basically confines all activity to a virtual environment, in order to quickly eliminate e-threats by just restarting the computer. A notable program that specializes in this is Sandboxie. Quietzone provides users with a convenient and eff...

Snagit Review: Capture, Edit, Manage, and Share Photos
We have looked into numerous screenshot-taking utilities in the past, such as Snipping Tool++, WinSnap, and FastStone Capture. Today we're taking a look at Snagit, a feature-rich photo-grabbing program that offers support for multiple capturing modes, video recording, image adjustments and effects, as well as several methods to share the projects with other users. License type, installation, interface The software utility can be tested for 15 days without any limitations, and on...

Hard Disk Sentinel Pro Review: Complete Solution for HDD Monitoring
Hard disk monitoring applications keep track of all disks' status and the best ones are able to automatically send notifications for any issues, such as the risk for hardware overheating. Any serious PC user should have a go-to application that deals with such difficult scenarios to prevent issues. There are a lot of free system monitoring tools available for this job, such as Speccy, CPU-Z and SpeedFan. However, most of them have a pretty limited feature pack that does not leave much room f...

Snipping Tool++ Review
Snipping Tool++ is a small graphic capture application designed as a replacement for the well-known Windows Snipping Tool. It provides support for editing options and sharing capabilities. The built-in Windows program comes packed with basic features for helping you capture essential parts of your screen using different grabbing modes, such as free-form, rectangular, window or full screen. The snapshots can be exported to PNG, GIF, JPEG or HTML file format, sent via email or copied to the cli...



Mac Software Reviews.

Sunrise Calendar – Unified View for Multiple Calendar-Enabled Accounts
Using numerous tools to keep track of all the events, notes, and reminders set up in calendars associated with various online accounts is not precisely an efficient solution. Sunrise Calendar offers you the possibility to seamlessly connect popular services that include event tracking capabilities and create a calendar view that incorporates your entire schedule. The Apple-vetted Calendar application is able to integrate with a limited number of accounts: iCloud, Exchange, Google, Facebook, Y...

Create Stunning Cinemagraphs Using High-Quality Media
Photography and videography are essential parts of our daily lives and provide us with a great way to express or induce an emotion, tell a story and, furthermore, can be used to entertain viewers or advertise products. A mix between the two worlds would translate into a living photo, also known as a cinemagraph, a media form that stitches together elements from videos with high-quality still photographs in order to create a hybrid photo. The beauty of cinemagraphs is ensured by the illusion g...

Automatically Lock and Unlock Your Mac Using Portable Devices
Locking your Mac while you are away in order to prevent unauthorized access and keep prying eyes away from personal data is essential to most users, regardless of the data and information stored on their computer. Mac OS X offers several built-in ways to lock up your Mac, some of which include logging out, the “Login Window” option from the “fast user switching menu” and the “Lock screen” one from the “keychain status” menulet. On top of that...

Password Management for Professional and Home Use
Sometimes it's hard to remember website logins or passwords, especially if you're an avid internet user. KeePassX is an utility that helps you to create a database where you can easily store, manage or export passwords.Quite often, people tend to forget login passwords for various websites. This is where a password management utility comes in handy, since it provides you with t...

Color Boosting and Detail Adjustment Tool for the Artist in You
Photography is an important part of our everyday life and can be used to express yourself, to capture a state or emotion, and to exhibit the beauty and uniqueness of various places from all over the world. Pressing the shutter release button is not always enough and, as a result, you might need to “intensify” an image and bring certain details into focus. This is where Intensify Pro steps in to help amateur and professional photographers alike to apply interesting  effects to...



PC Games Reviews.

Victory at Sea Review (PC)
I am in charge of the Iowa, ready to use its powerful guns to punch a hole through the armored belt of the most powerful enemy battleship, but at the moment all I can think about is how I can steer in order to make sure that none of the enemy torpedoes blows a hole in my own underwater structure. The German fleet I am facing lacks any airpower but has loaded up on destroyers and on pocket battleships that have managed to already sink three of my own destroyers and are making life pretty hard ...

Sacred 3 Review (PC)
Sacred 3 is a very uninspired title for the game that Keen Games and Deep Silver delivered, and as a direct consequence of their choice, the game has taken much more flak than it would deserve. Not that it doesn't deserve any of it, but outright lying about the contents of a product by naming it something it's not is not deemed to be exactly kosher, generally  speaking. With the unfortunate fact that Sacred 3 shares pretty much nothing with the two installments in the Sacred series out ...

Z Review (PC)
There are robots to control, tanks and gatling guns to move around, forts to take out, and zones to dominate, which makes the entire experience sound like something modern and interesting, but in fact the game that features all these elements is Z, a classic real-time strategy that has been revived by the team at Tick Tock Games. The DNA of the title can be seen in many modern games, from Dawn of War to RUSE, but the re-release delivered via Steam is not a great experience and it should proba...

Frontline: Road to Moscow Review (PC)
Just as my armor, still weak and lacking experience, was starting to feel the power of a soviet infantry and armored car force, I managed to move my own AT troops around the flank of my enemy and I finally got my artillery into position after a lot of moving around. I used supply to get one of my troops up to full strength and then awaited the enemy moves, which resulted in one dead infantry and in a miss from the Russian tank, which meant that I was able to deliver a killing blow and finally...

Northmark: Hour of the Wolf Review (PC)
Northmark: Hour of the Wolf is a small, role-playing game with card-based battles, set in a fantasy world that is under the threat of a mysterious force. The game comes from independent video game maker Rake in Grass, and blends the traditional exploration and quest running of role-playing games with a card-based combat system where you buff and curse units in order to change the tide of battles. Story The game starts off with a failed assassination attempt against your lord, and you embark...




Latest News.

You Don’t Need a Fortune to Buy a Ferrari, Just Get the BQM Monza Phone
The Russian smartphone market is one of the largest in the world, which is why most handset makers are looking to bring their products in this country. While most are interested in their handsets’ specs, there are a few who prefer to differentiate their devices through looks. A certain Chinese company called BQ Company plans to enter the Russian market in style and for that it’s readying its first handset, which is called BQM Monza. When you say Monza, you can’t help but th...

Fallen: A2P Protocol Brings Post-Apocalyptic XCOM-like Action to Kickstarter
Fallen: A2P Protocol is a turn-based tactics and strategy game, set in a post-apocalyptic world and sharing a lot of elements with classics like XCOM and Fallout. The Argentinian studio behind the projects intends to pay homage to the original X-COM games, as well as to Fallout and Shadowrun, and to widen the array of contemporary choices that modern gamers have in the genre. Red Katana has taken to Kickstarter to raise the necessary funds to continue development of Fallen, and also to ensur...

GNOME's Photo Booth Cheese App 3.14 Beta 1 Receives Numerous Fixes
Cheese, a Photobooth-inspired GNOME application for taking pictures and videos from a webcam that also includes graphical effects based on the gstreamer backend, has reached version 3.14 Beta 1. Cheese can be used to take photos and videos and it's based on GNOME 3.0, GStreamer, Clutter, and GNOME Video Effects. This latest development arrives with a handful of new features and various other changes and improvements. According to the changelog, a simple service client example has been added,...

Phablets Getting Overrated: More and More People Are Talking on Tablets in Asia
If you thought phablets were weird and never got accustomed to seeing people talking on these huge smartphones, listen to this. According to analyst firm IDC, people in Asia aren't satisfied by the phablet phone factor anymore and they are going bigger. As shown in the research, tablets with screens of 7-inch and larger with phone calling capabilities are starting to get a lot of attention in the region (excluding Japan). Apparently, they have managed to reach the 25% threshold in Q2, growi...

Level Box Mini Speaker from Samsung Is Stylishly Colorful – Gallery
With all the news about them, you can be excused if you forgot that headphones aren't the only type of audio device that you can take with you on a trip. Samsung decided to offer a palpable reminder though. Behold the Samsung Level Box mini, a portable wireless speaker that connects to any smartphone, tablet, laptop or PC via Bluetooth technology. That's not the only wireless technology it possesses though. Samsung also outfitted the Level Box mini with NFC, which is short for Near Field Com...

Fantasia: Music Evolved Dev Praises Kinect 2
Fantasia: Music Evolved, the next big project from developer Harmonix and Disney, takes full advantage of the new and improved Kinect sensor for the Xbox One and aims to translate the original movie from 1940 for the current consumer, according to its developer. Harmonix has made a name for itself by delivering some stellar music-themed experiences over the years, from Rock Band to Dance Central and more. Currently, the studio is working on a downloadable Dance Central Spotlight title, as wel...

GNOME's Tracker 1.1.3 Gets Improved Extractor
Tracker, a semantic data storage for desktop and mobile devices, which uses W3C standards for RDF ontologies and Nepomuk with SPARQL to query and update the data, has just reached version 1.1.3. The developers of Tracker have made numerous changes and improvements to the software and they have released a new version, but it's not stable. "Tracker is a central repository of user information, that provides two big benefits for the user; shared data between applications and information whi...

Facebook Server Leveraged for DDoS Attack
The way in which images attached to Facebook posts are refreshed can be abused to conduct distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks using the site's high-bandwidth servers, a security researcher found.After Facebook added a new feature for refreshing attachment content in early June, Teofil Cojocariu, security researcher at Cyber Security Research Center in Romania (CCSIR), discovered a vulnerability that permits an attacker to perpetrate a DDoS attack through the feature.He reported the fl...

EA Sports: NHL 15 Drops Hockey League and Connected GM to Improve Gameplay
EA Sports has confirmed that it is dropping the Hockey League and the Connected GM modes from its upcoming NHL 15 in order to allow the development team to focus more on making the core gameplay experience the best it can be. Weirdly, the change only applies to the Xbox One and the PlayStation 4 versions of the game, which are using a more advanced engine, and will be present in the titles on the PS3 and the Xbox 360. Sean Ramjagsingh, a producer working on the title, is quoted by NeoGAF as ...

iBall Slide 3G 1026-Q18 Is One of the Cheapest Android 4.4 KitKat 10-Inch Tablets
If you’re on the market for a relatively cheap Android tablet that runs the latest iteration of the software (namely KitKat) and you live in India, you’re in luck. iBall has just introduced its latest tablet from the Slide portfolio which goes by the name 3G 1026-Q18. If you hurry up and pick it up now, you’ll be able to get it for Rs. 11,015 / $182 / €137 although after the eBay listing expires, you’ll have to grab it for Rs. 12,999 / $214 / €162. The tabl...