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Windows Software Reviews.

360 Total Security Essential Review - Continues to Impress
Formerly known as 360 Internet Security, 360 Total Security Essential is an all-around security application designed to protect you from all kinds of online threats, such as viruses, Trojans, worms, adware, spyware and phishing. It features a cloud scan engine and offers support for the Bitdefender and Avira engines too. This program contains a real-time guard, m...

FileTypesMan Review: Make Changes to Your File Extensions and Context Menu Entries
FileTypesMan is a file management program able to provide information about all file extensions registered on your system and add context menu entries for handling a specific file type.  The application can be installed on all Windows flavors out there, starting from Windows 98 up to Windows 8. It is free and can be run on your system by simply opening the executable file, as it doesn’t require an installation process. You may store it on portable media devices so you can k...

Trend Micro Antivirus+ 2015 Review - Impressive Real-Time Protection
Part of a lineup with four security solutions (Trend Micro Internet Security, Trend Micro Maximum Security and

AkelPad Review: A Great Alternative to Notepad
AkelPad is an open-source text editor designed as a replacement for Windows Notepad. It is lightweight and fast, impresses with its minimal looks, and can be greatly customized with the aid of plugins.  Windows Notepad is pretty basic, embedding only a few editing features, while Notepad++ is geared towards professional users who are ...

Smart Defrag 4 Review - It Adds Support for Games and Metro Apps
Developer IObit has just released the fourth edition of Smart Defrag, its free, easy-to-use and powerful application made to reduce fragments on the disk to improve file access. It brings new features and improvements to the table, such as a rebranded interface, a new defrag engine that uses less CPU, SSD trimming, game defragmentation, accessible disk map, a repo...



Mac Software Reviews.

Slack Review - Versatile Communication Tool for Your Team
Most team communication strategies imply either sending collective emails or face-to face team meetings for outlining tasks, while using many other tools to keep in touch with each member, for managing the projects or for sharing files. The Slack online service aims at providing a simple-to-use workspace where the team members get to freely exchange information while, at the same time, keepi...

LastPass Review - Everything You Want from a Password Manager
With banking, social media, file-sharing, and e-mail services that are inevitably a big part of our lives, there is no surprise that you might find yourself a bit overwhelmed with the sheer number of accounts and passwords you need to remember. Because having the same password for all your accounts or manually managing your passwords are neither efficient nor safe options, it is clear that what you need is a software solution for password management.

Moom Review – Arrange and Resize Windows like a Ninja
When working with computers, we often find ourselves having multiple windows opened at the same time. In spite of the fact that OS X enables you to use multiple desktops and a few keyboard shortcuts for managing its windows, working with multiple windows is often counterproductive. We at Softpedia are no strangers to working with numerous windows at the same time, and as we are sure you know, having them correctly arranged can greatly improve your workflow. User-...

Tonality Pro Review – Take Your Black and White Photography to the Next Level
Despite the fact that all modern cameras can easily take high quality colored images, black and white photography still remains the choice for many photography enthusiasts. The lack of colors in a photo keeps the viewer more focused on aspects like textures, shapes, lines, perspective, the actual composition, and the subject’s emotional state. Given the multitude of apps with advanced photo editing capabilities available for the OS X platform, it is easy to get your hands o...

HandBrake Review – Open Source Video Converter with Extensive Format Support
Most devices that can play media content have a list of supported formats, making the use of third-party video and audio conversion tools fairly popular. HandBrake is an open source project that deals with video encoding, and can help you convert most video files to the MP4 and MKV formats. Thanks to its open source status, HandBrake is able to use a wide collection of video lib...



PC Games Reviews.

Bloodborne Review (PS4)
Bloodborne, Dragon Age: Inquisition, The Witcher and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim are the kind of role-playing games that make people say, “This is why I like video games so much.” They offer a challenging and enthralling journey through a fantasy world filled with mystery and excitement, and they enrich your life with the wondrous experience they provide. In the case of Bloodborne, Japanese developer From Software’s PlayStation 4 exclusive dementia simulator, things are ...

OlliOlli 2: Welcome to Olliwood Review (PS4)
OlliOlli burst onto the scene in early 2014 and made a solid impression with its side-scrolling skateboarding mechanics that distilled the whole genre to its basic elements, while still providing a lot of depth in terms of tricks and challenges. The sequel is already available, in the form of OlliOlli 2: Welcome to Olliwood, which promises more varied environments, even more tricks, a special new mechanic called Manual, and the same easy-to-learn but hard-to-master gameplay...

Ironcast Review (PC)
The biggest problem related to Ironcast so far is that its name does not manage to convey the complexity of its mechanics or the amount of genres and influences that it mixes in an interesting way. The title from Dreadbit initially seems like one of those games using matching mechanics to appeal to a wide audience and surf the wave of popularity introduced by Puzzle Quest, but it takes about two hours of play to discover that there's much more to explore and enjoy here. ...

Dragon Age: Inquisition - Jaws of Hakkon Review (PC)
Dragon Age: Inquisition - Jaws of Hakkon is a story about the past and its effects on the present, about the way memories and organizations can reshape the world by using influence as much as weapons. It's also about reading messages, finding landmarks, exploring a new region and finally finding a way to defeat one of the most powerful enemies that have been created for the game by BioWare, all while uncovering more about the past of the Inquisition and about the pressure t...

Game of Thrones Episode 3: The Sword in the Darkness Review (PC)
Telltale Games has delighted millions of fans in recent years through some stellar episodic adventure games, from The Walking Dead to The Wolf Among Us and other such things. Nowadays, the studio is working on several major projects but its two unfolding series consist of Tales from the Borderlands, which just saw episode 2 debut earlier this month, and Game of Thrones, which has just received its third chapter. Episode 3 is called The Sword in the Darkness and promises to ...




Latest News.

HTC One M9+ Renders Show Up, Show Fingerprint Scanner
A few hours ago, HTC quietly announced the One E9+ smartphone in China, a model which arrives with a 5.5-inch QHD display (2560 x 1440 pixel resolution). The product was supposed to be announced in China on April 8 alongside the HTC One M9+, but it looks like the Taiwanese company wanted to introduce the One E9+ so it could focus on the M9+ during the “More than One” event. While we await for this to happen, the phone has appeared in a couple of official press renders br...

4MLinux Allinone Edition 12.0 Operating System Has It All
4MLinux Allinone Edition, a Linux operating system built from scratch that wants to provide a complete desktop experience while keeping the smallest size possible, has been upgraded to version 12.0. The Allinone Edition of the 4MLinux distro brings all the tools under one roof. There are quite a few different editions out there of 4MLinux and all of them are specialized on a particular area, but Allinone has them all. It also means that it's much bigger than rest, but it's ...

Destiny’s Child Reunites for Vegas Performance - Video
Despite assurances and promises from Mathew Knowles, it’s probably clear even to the most diehard fans that Destiny’s Child will never get back together to release a new, full album as a group. This is precisely what makes surprise reunions / performances all the more special. This weekend in Las Vegas, at the Gospel Music Awards 2015, Michelle Williams won Music Video of the Year for her 2014 release “Say Yes,” and she brought along her collaborators, Kelly Rowland and Be...

Mortal Kombat X TV Commercial Urges Everyone to Get Excited About Fighting - Video
Mortal Kombat X is right around the corner, being scheduled for release on April 14 worldwide on PC and current-gen consoles, and developer NetherRealm Studios has released its TV spot, building even more hype around the next entry in the consecrated series. The video, available below, urges everyone to fight and to get excited about fighting, and for good reason: the upcoming installment in the long-running series of fighting video games is set to be the most exhilarating ...

Major Earthquake Hits Papua New Guinea in the Pacific, Tsunami Follows
This March 29, at precisely 23:48 UTC, a major earthquake struck Papua New Guinea in the Pacific Ocean. Latest information made public by the US Geological Survey says the shake had a recorded magnitude of 7.5. It is understood that the earthquake was followed by a series of aftershocks, of which one had a magnitude of 5.7. Tsunami waves were also documented following the massive tremor and the smaller shakes accompanying it, albeit not threatening ones. How the ...

Dark Souls 2: Scholar of the First Sin Won't Support Cross-Gen Multiplayer
Bandai Namco, the publisher of the upcoming Dark Souls 2: Scholar of the First Sin edition of the challenging RPG, confirms that PC DirectX 9, PS3, or Xbox 360 owners of the title won't be able to play alongside those who get it on PC for DirectX 11, as well as on PS4 or Xbox One. Dark Souls 2 launched back in 2014 for the PC, PS3, and Xbox 360 platforms. Since then, developer From Software and publisher Bandai Namco have released several DLC expansions, not to mention many...

Julia Roberts Hates Nicole Kidman, Thinks She’s Too Much of a Diva
Later this year, the drama / thriller “The Secret in Their Eyes,” with Nicole Kidman, Julia Roberts and Chiwetel Ejiofor, will open in theaters in various territories. The film is now post-production, but juicy bits of gossip on the drama from behind the camera are just starting to leak online. Apparently, Julia hates Nicole because she has seen with her own eyes how much of a diva she can be. “Her Majesty” treats crew like “peasants” The story come...

BlackArch Linux Now Offers Over 1200 Tools for Penetration Testing and Security Research
The BlackArch Linux developers were proud to announce earlier today, March 30, the immediate availability for download of a new updated version of his BlackArch Linux computer operating system designed for penetration testers and security researchers. News ISO images of the BlackArch Linux distribution have also been generated and are available for download today. The newly released...

Fraudster Phishes His Way Out of Jail
A British fraudster remanded in custody used his social engineering skills to persuade police officers to release him by relying on textbook phishing. Now convicted for committing fraud worth £1,819,000 (€2.48 / $2.7 million), Neil Moore registered a domain that looked similar to that of Southwark Crown Court, by replacing some of the original characters with others that would resemble them at a first glance. Fake email address went unobserved by prison staff

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Will Get RedKit on All Platforms, No DX12 Support at Launch
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is currently scheduled to ship on May 19 on PC and on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One home consoles, and its makers, Polish studio CD Projekt RED, have offered us more details on what we can expect from it. The third installment in the acclaimed role-playing game series will conclude Geralt of Rivia's adventure, with a more personal mission that sees the fabled witcher trying to find a way to stop the Wild Hunt, an otherwordly army, from invading his...