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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.

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. ...

Telegram Review - Secure Instant Messaging and File Sharing Solution
Online privacy is a serious concern for various reasons, even if you are not an activist that lives under an oppressive regime. Telegram is an instant messaging service that works in the cloud and brings easy-to-use yet powerful encryption tools to the average user. Telegram has clients for the major desktop platforms (Mac, Windows, and Linux) and companion mobile apps for iOS, Android, WP, and Firefox OS. You can also access the Telegram service in any Internet browser by using the web version. You do get to go online and learn more about how Telegram works, but as there are no detailed user manuals for each client, you are mostly left to your own devices as far as interacting with the apps goes. Cloud-based instant messaging solution that uses server to client encryption

Silicio Review - Control and See Your Music
There are numerous applications you can use to listen to music, whether you prefer playing local files or streaming your songs. With that in mind, a simple, unobtrusive desktop player capable of controlling multiple apps may come in very handy. Silicio is a lightweight OS X application consisting of a desktop mini-player and a Notification Center widget, both of which allow you to control songs being played using iTunes, Apple Music, iTunes Radio, Beats 1, Spotify, Deezer or Vox, the latter also offering support for SoundCloud. Simple, easy-to-use app that supports a wide range of music players and streaming services One of the best things about Silicio ...



PC Games Reviews.

Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition Review (PC)
Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition makes some good tweaks to an already solid video game, with most of the additions clearly based on the feedback that the player community has offered since the title was first delivered on the Xbox One. The platformer mechanics are not tweaked in any significant ways, but the presence of the new Easy difficulty means that the game is more accessible than it ever was, which is a great thing given the subtle plot and the great graphics that it offers. There are still moments when the difficulty ramps up a little too fast, and it's hard to balance the need to create a new save point with the fact that energy might be required for progress in a coming section, but the Definitive Edition for Ori and the Blind Forest is a great way to experience the game for those who have only heard about it from friends until now. The title is developed by Moon Studios and is published by Microsoft, with the game offered on the Xbox One hom...

The Banner Saga 2 Review (PC)
The Banner Saga 2 is a game about loss, desperate last stands, impressive victories against the odds and, above all, the impossible task of trying to save as many lifes as possible in the face of an almost impossible enemy force. The Dredge have not been slowed down, and the alliance between the Varl and the humans is under new strain, but there's hope still for this world as new leaders learn how to distribute limited resources and when to enter battles to keep their followers alive. There's no final victory over evil to be secured in The Banner Saga 2, but the game offers a story that shows how powerful hope can be and has a set of core mechanics that allow the player to show his tactical skills in a variety of interesting situations. The game is created by Stoic Games and published by Versus Evil, with the game currently offered on the PC and set to arrive later on the PlayStation 4 from Sony and the Xbox One from Microsoft. Story The Banner ...

Ratchet & Clank Review (Playstation 4)
Ratchet & Clank is a title that exists because Sony Interactive Entertainment and its partners decided to invest in a movie based on the video game franchise and then discovered that the coming entertainment product would benefit from the existence of a video game tie-in. The events of the big-screen adventure are based on the first title in the franchise and benefit from voice work from a range of Hollywood stars, including Paul Giamatti, John Goodman, Rosario Dawson, and Sylvester Stallone. The new Ratchet & Clank video game is linked to the movie regarding narrative, but it takes the core mechanics and the environments of the PlayStation 2 title and updates them to appeal to modern players. There's a lot of fun gameplay in the new Ratchet & Clank, but the game really shines in the graphics department, offering some beautifully animated cutscenes and a world that's a pleasure to explore. The almost remake concept works well, and the title will appeal both to th...

Europa Universalis IV - Mare Nostrum Review (PC)
Europa Universalis IV - Mare Nostrum, as the name implies, is an expansion for the grand strategy title that aims to make the naval aspect of the game feel more engaging while also improving other mechanics, including trade and espionage. Much of the impact of the new ideas depends on the nation that players tend to play as, but even for those who tend to lead land-focused factions with limited interest in trade, the way core claims and other covert operations are now conducted will change strategies and goals. Mare Nostrum increases the points of interest that players have to deal with, and at certain moments, there are so many things that require constant attention that the game becomes a bit of a chore. Europa Universalis IV is both more difficult and more open with this expansion, and it's a pleasure to see how different alternate histories evolve when one nation that historically succeeded fails to win a crucial war or crumbles because of internal divisions. ...

Starcraft 2 - Nova Covert Ops Mission Pack 1 Review (PC)
Starcraft 2 - Nova Covert Ops Mission Pack 1 needs to do something very difficult for a video game: to convince gamers to care about a universe after the stars of the saga, which spawned five core installments and numerous spin-offs, have defeated the ultimate villain and have said their goodbyes to fans. After playing through the three missions offered, I must say that, as it stands now, the DLC will only appeal to the most dedicated fans of the universe and even they will be disappointed with the limited amount of new content and with the lack of imagination associated with the three missions. Nova, as a character, has the potential to be the center of a good story and there are suggestions about potential interesting development in the first mission pack, but the developers really need to step up their game in the future. It might be a good idea to deliver the rest of the Starcraft 2 DLC as quickly as possible and to then move to another full installment in the...




Latest News.

ZTE Axon 7 Specs Leak, Point to Snapdragon 617 and 5.2-Inch Display
ZTE released its latest flagship, the Axon 7, in late May and made it available in Europe and the US shortly after that. The handset comes with some high-end specs for a really affordable price, and now it seems that ZTE is preparing to launch a toned-down variant of the smartphone. According to new information that has surfaced over at Media Markt, ZTE is working on Axon 7 mini, which will have less powerful specs as compared to the Axon 7. Word is that the device will sport a 5.2-inch display with 1080p resolution. The phone will pack a Snapdragon 617 processor and have 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal memory. In addition, rear camera capacity w...

Sony Xperia F8331 Flagship Leaks in New Photos
Last week, Sony’s upcoming flagship phone, Xperia F8331, leaked in a batch of images that revealed its front and back panels. The pictures were especially interesting since they showed some new design elements that Sony incorporated in this upcoming device. The handset seems to have the front panel covered in glass, which is slightly curved to the sides. The back panel comes with a dual-LED flash layout and a separate panel that should be an antenna cutout. Word is that the smartphone could sport 4K video recording cameras placed both on the front and back. What this means is that the upcoming device will have the capacity to record high-resolution videos. The new images show the design of Xperia F8331 New pictures of the Sony Xperia F8331 have just leaked at

Security Firm SentinelOne Says It Will Pay the Ransom If Users Get Infected
US-based cyber-security vendor SentinelOne has announced today the launch of an optional protection plan for its endpoint security products, called Ransomware Cyber Guarantee. The company says that this plan is a financial guarantee for all its customers that their data is safe from ransomware infections. SentinelOne assures everyone that if a computer protected by its product is infected with ransomware, it will pay up to $1,000 per workstation or up to $1 million for an entire company if its network was compromised. The user or the company can then use this money to pay the ransom and recover their files. "[A]pparently some of the top re-insurers in the world agree with us," a SentinelOne spokesperson explains. "[I]f we miss something and you get infected - we’ll pay the ransom. It’s that simple. And it’s how security is supposed to be. If you can block something - why not guarantee it? Would you ...

Cyanogen CEO Dismisses Rumors on Company Pivoting to Apps
Over the weekend, we reported that Cyanogen Inc. was undergoing massive layoffs that caused some to believe that the custom ROM could be risking disruption. Now, it seems that the CEO of Cyanogen Inc., Kirt McMaster, has decided to take to Twitter and make some clarifications. As it turns out, the CEO says that the company won't be pivoting to apps while reassuring everyone that Cyanogen Inc. is an OS company with the mission to create an open Android. In a separate post, he mentions that many employees were indeed laid off from the company, but he fails to say how many or from which offices. Cyanogen Inc. has a number of offices in Seattle, Palo Alto, and even overseas, in Lisbon and India. The statements have been followed by a blog post in which co-founder Steve Kondik sa...

Online Scam Trends: Turkey Coup, Tinder, BEC, and a Lot of Tech Support Scam
Infosec experts have detected a flurry of online scams in the past few weeks, ranging in topics from the classic tech support trickery to innovative methods of defrauding Tinder users, and the opportunistic attempts to take advantage of political events such as the Turkey coup. All events are part of a trend that has been slowly ramping up during the last few months, especially at the highest level, with scams targeting businesses executives being known as BEC. In June, we wrote about how the FBI's Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) said that BECs (Business Email Scams) had defrauded companies around the world of over $3 billion since October 2013. In a similar report released this month, Symantec also indicates that companies aroun...

Microsoft Completely Blocks Windows 10 Mobile on Unsupported Windows Phones
Back in March, when Microsoft officially rolled the Windows 10 Mobile upgrade, the company took everyone by surprise and announced that only some models would be supported, despite the original promise that the entire Windows Phone lineup would receive the new OS. Users disappointed with this decision got only one option to experience Windows 10 Mobile: enroll in the Windows Insider program and start getting 10586 preview builds. The drawback here was that the Anniversary Update, also known as Redstone 1 or RS1, wasn’t available for their devices, not even in the preview stage. So they were stuck with 10586 builds that were exclusively available as part of the Release Preview ring of the Insider program. RS1 moved to Released Preview ring And now that Microsoft is preparing to launch the Anniversary Update for all Windows 10 users, the company is making a change that would block these users from installing Windows 10 Mobile on unsupported Windows...

Apple’s Next iPhone Could Be Called “iPhone 6 SE”
We’ve known for a while that the next-generation iPhone is projected to launch in September, and pretty much everyone has referred to it as “iPhone 7.” And since Apple has already debuted both the iPhone 6 and the 6s series of models, it kind of makes sense for this year’s version to be called iPhone 7, but it turns out that Cupertino has a completely different plan. As we told you before, this year’s model is very unlikely to be called iPhone 7, and according to more recent information, the company wants to go for the iPhone 6 SE moniker that would bring its new device in line with the iPhone SE introduced earlier this year...

Samsung's Galaxy S8 with VR 4K Display Could Be Unveiled in February 2017
Samsung is expected to release the upcoming Galaxy Note 7 in about a week, but the company is also working on other exciting projects. One of them is Project Dream or Galaxy S8. Rumors about the device have been surfacing online for some time now, and they all point to a 4k UHD display as far as its specs are concerned. Word is that Samsung could be working on the Galaxy S8 flagship, which might launch around MWC 2017 next February, according to TechTastic. The smartphone bears the codename Project Dream, and some say that the Dream name might hint at Google's Daydream VR platform. Google announced Daydream VR platform for Android during Google I/O this May, but the comp...

2018 iPhone Could Feature Iris Scanner Similar to Samsung Galaxy Note 7’s
The new iPhone launching this year won’t bring too many changes in terms of design and features, although some upgrades are indeed expected, but it turns out that Apple is actually planning several new goodies for the next generations. A report coming from Digitimes claims that the 2018 model will boast an iris scanner similar to the one used on the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, which will provide a more secure authentication system than the now-ordinary fingerprint sensor. While nobody can tell for sure if this report is true or not, it kind of makes sense for Apple to introduce an iris scanner on a future iPhone model, especially because fingerprint sensors are no longer hackerproof and authorities find new ways to unlock devices protected with fingerprints. Only recently, Michigan police managed to develop with help from researchers

One of the Most Awaited Windows Phone Apps Is Just Around the Corner
Windows phones still have an app problem, and while the majority of users can live just fine without apps, there are others who are still drooling over titles such as Pokemon Go, Snapchat, and Starbucks. Hopefully, all these apps will at some point land on Windows Phone or Windows 10 Mobile, but for the moment, just one of them is ready to make its debut on the platform. Starbucks had already confirmed earlier this year that it was working on a Windows Phone version of its app, and it appears that the release is just around the corner. A teaser posted by the company on its website hints at an imminent debut of Starbucks for Windows 10 Mobile and provides us with a quick glimpse into the feature lineup. As we’ve told you before, Starbucks already exists on iOS and Android, and the company was aiming to offer a client for Windows phones that would provide the same functionality as on rival platforms. Release now imminent According to this