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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.

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'...

Watch Dogs 2 Review (PC)
The sequel to Ubisoft's Watch Dogs is pretty much a different game than the original. Aside from a couple of game aspects that have been introduced in the first title, Watch Dogs 2 brings in a completely different formula, in an attempt to redeem the franchise in the eyes of its fans. However, Watch Dogs 2's recipe is in no way original, on the contrary. There's no argue that Ubisoft's game borrows a lot from Grand Theft Auto gameplay mechanics, but that's not necessarily a bad thing. The French company wanted to make sure Watch Dogs 2 will be well received by fans and media alike, so it came up with a “to-do list” that will help it achieve that. Watch Dogs 2 introduces a new protagonist, so if you didn't finish Aidan Pearce's saga from the original game, you won't miss anything since the two games are not related story-wise. Marcus Holloway is a jack-of-all-trades hacker, member of a group of misfits called DeadSec. If there are things that Ubisoft improved over ...




Latest News.

Moto Z2 Play Revealed in Leaked Images, Unveil Date Could Be June 1
Motorola is planning on announcing new smartphones in a number of mid-range and premium series this year. Some of the most exciting Motorola phones to arrive this year belong to the Moto Z2 series. Pictures of the upcoming Moto Z2 Play were recently posted by leakster Roland Quandt. The images show Moto Z2 Play’s front panel in three color options, White/Gold, Black/Grey, and White/Silver. They seem to be part of an official set of press renders and are accompanied by a teaser, which reveals June 1 as the launch date. The text in the ad is in Spanish and roughly translates to “You are invited to the next launch of the Moto family,” but the upcoming smartphone will surely be introduced in multiple countries around the world. The images are in line with previously leaked pictures revealing a physical home button on the front panel, with an embedded fingerprint scanner. Moto Z2 Play ...

Fancy Bear Hackers Tainted Dumped Emails with False Data
Hackers from Fancy Bear, the espionage hacker group with Russian ties, reportedly snuck false information in the data trove they leaked from the Democratic National Committee during the American elections.  According to a report from Citizen Lab, an organization with ties to the University of Toronto, the hackers planted information inside emails belonging to a journalist who's a critic of Putin's regime, which were included in the dump.  Although Citizen Lab says it can't definitely tie Fancy Bear to the tainted leaks, Forbes backs up the information after obtaining evidence indicating the connection.  "Tainted leaks are the next frontier of disinformation: an attempt to really tamper with the integrity of large sets of information that people will belie...

Code for Houdini Worm Dumped on Paste Sites
The code of another worm has been dumped online, security researchers from Recorded Future found. It seems that over the past several months, the Houdini worm has been posted hundreds of times on paste sites.  Houdini, also known as H-Worm, has been around for about four years. Back in 2014, it was reportedly used in attack campaigns in the Asia-Pacific region, while last year it was associated with an espionage campaign in the Middle East.  According to a blog post signed by the security researchers from Recorded Future, they noticed an increase in malicious Visual Basic scripts on paste sites. After looking closer into the situation, they figured that most of these scripts were actually Houdini's code.  What's more, it seems that a single individual was behind all these dumps. "The individual(s) reusing this Houdini VBscript are continually updating with new command and control servers," the resea...

Samsung Galaxy J7 and Galaxy J5 (2017) Spotted in Early Hands-On Video
Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy J7 and Galaxy J5 (2017) have just leaked in hands-on videos, revealing specs and features to be expected on the new smartphones. The two phones were listed somewhere in Russia and full details were disclosed. The Galaxy J5 and J7 (2017) appear to feature a 3.5mm headphone jack, microUSB port and microphone, together with physical home buttons that incorporate fingerprint sensors, according to a report. The Galaxy J7 (2017) will come in four color options, including Silver, Black, Gold and Pink. It will have IP54 certification with protection against water and dust damages. [YOUTUBE=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XNnfHNfk_10] The phone will also feature a 5.5-inch Super AMOLED display with Full HD resolution, together with an Exynos 7870 chipset...

Apple Working on Dedicated Chipset for AI on Devices
Apple is reportedly working on a new chipset that would support various AI features, including facial and speech recognition, according to Bloomberg. It seems that Apple wishes to bring exciting new features to the market, just like it did when the iPhone 4s was introduced with support for Siri. Since 2011, when Apple incorporated Siri in the iPhone 4s, other companies like Google, Amazon, Microsoft and Samsung launched their own virtual assistants and some offer more features than Siri. Google Assistant is integrated in a number of devices and will soon receive more features, which the tech giant announced during its Google I/O event earlier this month. Still, out of all virtual assistants available on the market, Siri speaks the most languages and has even started learning dialects. At the moment, Apple uses the central processing unit and th...

Pictures of Early LG V30 Design Show Slide-Out Secondary Display
LG is expected to announce the successor to last year’s V20 sometime this year, but not much information about the upcoming smartphone is known. Recently, reputable leakster Evan Blass  shared images of “old-ish mockups of Project Joan, a.k.a. the LG V30.”  The leakster has mentioned that it’s “not clear if the project is still headed in this direction,” meaning that this might not be the final design of the unannounced smartphone. That being said, the images reveal a new design for LG’s V series, one that features a slide-out secondary display. The secondary display is one of the trademarks of LG V’s series of smartphones, but the new design makes the second screen slide out, just like the keyboard on BlackBerry’s Priv. The primary screen will surely be larger than the secondary one, with the latter providing more space to display various content. LG V30 is said to arrive this September Moreover, LG co...

Debian GNU/Linux 9 "Stretch" Distribution Slated for Release on June 17, 2017
The long-anticipated Debian GNU/Linux 9 "Stretch" operating system now has a release date, as one of the team members announced a few moments ago that the distribution is slated for release on June 17, 2017. This is great news for fans of the Debian GNU/Linux operating system as they will finally be able to upgrade their Debian GNU/Linux 8 "Jessie" installations to the Stretch branch, which will be promoted to the stable channel on Saturday, June 17. That's only three weeks from the moment of writing this article. But, until then, the release team needs to patch the remaining bugs, various crashes and memory leaks, incorporate all the latest security fixes, and address the regressions from the Debian GNU/Linux 8 "Jessie" series. They also plan on making the upgrade path from Jessie to Stretch as smooth as possible. "We plan to release on 2017-06-17. If you want to celebrate it, please consider attending a Debian release party, or hosting your own! See

Google, Microsoft, Facebook, Others Ask for NSA Surveillance Law Reform
Tech companies may compete all day long with their various products, but they've proven time and time again that they can work together when it matters. This time, Facebook, Google, Amazon, and many others are asking lawmakers to reform the NSA surveillance laws.  Silicon Valley is asking lawmakers to reform Section 702 of the FISA Amendments Act, which is set to expire at the end of the year. This particular section has become quite famous over the years, particularly following the Snowden leaks when it became obvious that it was the legal basis for NSA programs that broadly collect electronic communications.  Theoretically, these programs are meant to target non-US citizens overseas, but it has been proven time and time again that the NSA has also collected data on Americans. This is also the sa...

Google Adds Personal Tab, Lets You Search Through Gmail and Photos
Google is rolling out a cool new feature that allows you to perform searches through your personal data - from Gmail or Photos - straight from the search engine interface.  First spotted by Search Engine Roundtable, this new "Personal" tab shows you content from private sources, including emails and photos you've taken and uploaded to the cloud.  There's nothing particularly difficult to figure out about this new tab because it works just like any other tab on Google. You first have to type whatever it is you want to look for like "flowers," and switch to the "Personal" tab, which you can find in the "More" tab at the end of the line. There, you'll find any emails you have received featuring this word, as well as any pictures stored in your Photos account containing flowers.  As mentioned, this is a tab that you'll have to look for specifically if you want to look through it, as it's not included among the main ones.  Incoming to you  The featur...

Chipotle Admits Most Restaurants Were Affected by Credit Card Stealing Malware
Chipotle says its restaurants were infected with credit card stealing malware, admitting that most of its locations suffered from this infection. This comes as an update to the announcement made earlier this year that its customers might have been victims of the credit card hack.  The company took things a step further and also released a tool to help customers check whether the restaurant they visited was affected by this malware, much like Intercontinental did in April.  The company refused to reveal the exact number of restaurants that had been affected, but said most of its locations might have been involved. Therefore, if you're a frequent Chipotle customer, you may want to take extra precautions regarding your bank account.  "The malware searched for track data(which sometimes has cardholder name in addition to card number, expiration date, and internal verification code) read from the magnetic stripe ...