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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.

Middle-earth: Shadow of War PC Review - Bigger and Better in Every Way
Middle-earth: Shadow of War is a game that should be doomed to fail, especially since it plays very loose with the Tolkien canon and it has loot boxes. Still, it works, and it’s rewarding to players in ways that didn’t seem possible. Killing Orcs shouldn’t be all that difficult if we use the movies we've seen so far and the books themselves as a standard. The Orcs are many, but they are terrifyingly stupid and useless, but they compensate with numbers and generally scary looks. Someone, somewhere, figured out that killing Orcs is also fun, especially if you do it in high enough quantities. We don’t know who came up with the idea, but it seems to follow the same recipe as the Batman series, also from Warner Bros. The first game was constrained to a smaller area, just like Arkham Asylum, and the now Shadow of War is just like Arkham Origins or Arkham Knight. The fighting system is also eerie similar, but that’s...

Call of Duty: WWII PC Review - Probably One of the Best Call of Duty Games
Call of Duty: WWII marks the return of the franchise to its origins, and it turns out that's probably the best decision Activision and Sledgehammer Games could have made. There was a time when people were just itching to play yet another WW2 game, and everything was just fine. In fact, I’m sure that not too many people will remember that the reason we are now playing Call of Duty is because of a "lesser-known" game called Medal of Honor: Allied Assault. To be fair, Medal of Honor: Allied Assault wasn’t the first one in the series, but it was the first big hit in the franchise. The memorable D-Day debarking mission on the beaches of Normandy gave us chills as it was very similar with what we already saw in Spielberg’s Saving Private Ryan and because it was a collaboration with the famous director. Unfortunately for the series, Electronic Arts made some really bad moves towards the Medal of Honor developers, 2015 Inc, and tried to buy them. A few devs, including so...

Assassin's Creed Origins Review (PS4) – A New Beginning for an Antiquated Series
Ubisoft announced two years ago that the Assassin's Creed franchise is going to take a sabbatical, so fans of the series won't be playing another game until 2017. While the wait might have been painful for die hard fans, Ubisoft was in a much worse position since it couldn't benefit from the profits a new Assassin's Creed game usually brings each year. Now that the game is out, we'll try to answer some of the major questions that most of you surely have, like whether or not it was worth the wait and what exactly the new title sub-dubbed “Origins” means for the series. From the first few hours of gameplay it's pretty clear that Assassin's Creed Origins is supposed to breath new life into the franchise, as Ubisoft is trying to go where it hasn't been before with series – the RPG land. Trying to turn a full action-adventure game into an action RPG melange might seem easy from the outside, but in reality it's no small feat as proven by Ubisoft. Assassin's Creed: Orig...

Forza Motorsport 7 Review - Everything You Could Possible Want in a Racing Game
Forza Motorsport 7 is a beast, and it would be difficult for anyone not to admit that it’s an impressive technical achievement and that it’s one of the most comprehensive racing games ever made. Racing games have been around forever, and it’s the one thing that really brings all kinds of gamers together. Not everyone likes first-person shooters, RPGs, or sports sims, but when it comes to racing, it’s difficult to find someone that doesn’t enjoy it or has at least tried it. The fact that so many people play racing games is the reason why this type of titles have the most critics and fans. It’s also a divisive genre, with some people valuing realism over fun, and vice versa. The trouble with racing is that we’re probably never going to get a racing game that’s both fun and easy to drive, and realistic at the same time. The truth is that driving a car at high speeds is not easy under the best conditions, let along on a racing circuit with other vehicles around doing ...

Pro Evolution Soccer 2018 Review - One of the Best Iterations in Years
Pro Evolution Soccer 2018 has arrived, and it aims once more to become the king. Whether it’s good enough for this feat is up to the players, but we can certainly say that it’s a big improvement over the last year effort. It’s been a long time since FIFA and PES were on even ground. Both of these titles want to offer pretty much the same thing, and that is a great experience without the hassle and dead portions of the real game. Some might argue that the true purpose of a football match (not soccer, you heathens) is to be as close as possible to reality, but that would be a boring simulation. Sure, we look at two good teams playing, and we remember the few big scoring occasions, but everything in between we tend to forget. On the other hand, games such as PES are meant only to take the good parts of a football game and turn the excitement to the maximum. No more boring interludes and each occasion is a scoring opportunity. It’s not all about the graphics




Latest News.

Apple's Offices Raided by Police Ahead of iPhone X Launch in South Korea
Apple's offices in South Korea have been reportedly raided earlier this week by the local authorities just ahead of the launch of the 10th anniversary iPhone in several Asian countries on November 24. London’s Metro reports that South Korean authorities have raided Apple’s headquarter in Seoul, South Korea, ahead of tomorrow's launch of the iPhone X in the country, as well as several other countries across Asia. The newspaper learned that investigators asked questions about the company's business practices. "The raid is likely to raise questions about whether South Korean authorities are trying to hamper the success of the [iPhone] X, which has sold out across the world," reads Metros's story. "App...

Canonical Needs Your Help to Figure Out a Direction for Ubuntu's Mir/Wayland
Canonical's Mir developer Gerry Boland reports on the community forums on the latest work done by him and his team to implement Wayland support in the Mir display server. That's right, Canonical still has a team of developers working on the Mir display server, despite the Unity 8 development being dropped, and it looks like it's going into a different direction this time. The latest work by done Mir's devs involves basic Wayland support implementation, including mouse and keyboard inputs. Their Wayland Conformance Suite (wlcs) implementation also allow client to connect to the server, as well as to create windows and draw into them, but there's a lot of work to be done before they achieve full Wayland support for Mir, which involves adding essential functions like copy and paste or drag and drop. Moreover, they need to deal with sub-surface and sub-compositor support, add more window management functionality, and implement all the protocol extensions in the Waylan...

openSUSE Tumbleweed Operating System Now Powered by Linux Kernel 4.14 LTS
Users of the openSUSE Tumbleweed rolling operating system have received the latest Linux 4.14 LTS kernel via a snapshot released this week in the stable software repositories. Linux kernel 4.14 LTS is the latest and greatest kernel for GNU/Linux distributions, and now that it's ready for mass deployments, it will arrive in the software repositories of more distros, and Tumbleweed users are among the first to get it as openSUSE Project's Douglas DeMaio reports today. "The past week brought new features to openSUSE Tumbleweed with a snapshot that include...

GRID Autosport Racing Game Launches November 27 on iOS, for iPhone and iPad
Feral Interactive announced today that it brings the GRID Autosport racing game to Apple's iOS mobile platform for supported iPhone and iPad devices on November 27, 2017. The ninth game in the TOCA series, GRID Autosport is a racing video game developed by Codemasters. It's one of the most acclaimed racing games, and it's already available for macOS, Linux, Windows, as well as Sony PlayStation 3 and Microsoft Xbox 360 gaming consoles, and it is now finally coming to iOS devices thanks to Feral Interactive. GRID Autosport for iOS comes bundled with all the add-on content that was ever released for the racing game, intuitive tilt and touch controls, some of the world’s most exciting cars, as well as motorsport’s most challenging circuits. iPhone and IPad users will get the complete on November 27, 2017, and can start their high-speed career as a pro-racer. "On November 27th, the world’s most exciting racing cars hit iPad and iPhone with GRID Autosport," said Feral I...

iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus Users Now Report Poor/Sensitive Mic Volume During Calls
The iOS 11 bugs never stop showing, and now iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus users are reporting poor/sensitive mic volume during calls with Apple's latest iPhone/iPad operating system. First there were the GPS problems, which also affected iPhone X users, and then there was that bug making the iPhone 8 Plus screen unresponsive, and now several iPhone 8/iPhone 8 Plus users complain about poor quality and sensitive mic volume during phone calls. The reports come from Apple's community forums, and the thread was started by a user who got an iPhone 8 back in October 2017, running the iOS 11.0.2 software as he upgraded from his older iPhone 6. And the issu...

Apple's Main Supplier in Asia Stops Illegal Overtime Work at iPhone X Factory
Following complaints from high school students, Foxconn, Apple's main supplier in Asia, has put a stop to the illegal overtime work at its iPhone X factory in China. Earlier this week, a Finacial Times report cited accounts of six high school students from Zhengzhou Urban Rail Transit School who claimed they were forced to work overtime at Foxconn's iPhone X plant in China, assembling over 1,200 iPhone X camera every single day. In its defense, Foxconn immediately replied that the students were paid for their overtime work at the iPhone X plant, but it's still illegal to use high school students over the 40 hours they were supposed to do the factory as a "legal" requirement if they wanted to be hired there after graduation. Apple confirmed that students worked illegal overtime at Foxconn and issued a statement ...

iPhone X Ready to Invade the Market as Apple Addresses Production Issues
Apple appears to have finally addressed iPhone X production issues, as shipping times have been decreased substantially and the device now ships in 1-2 weeks. Back on November 3 when Apple started shipping the iPhone X, customers who didn’t pre-order the device early were provided with waiting of up to 6 weeks following what were believed to be production challenges that the company experienced due to the complex nature of some parts. Analysts estimated that the iPhone X production would reach the desired pace by the end of the year, but it now looks like the company has managed to do this earlier and now the anniversary iPhone is ready to invade the market. Several users have confirmed that their shipping times were reduced significantly and some of those who were projected to get the iPhone X in early December have already received it, which is another confirmation that Apple has indeed resolved production problems. Complex Face ID modules One...

Ouch: iPhone X Loses Speed Test Against Affordable Android - Video
As we told you only a few hours ago, the OnePlus 5T is a surprising Android device, which despite costing half as much as the iPhone X, it can actually outpace the Apple model in real-time tests. And now a new comparison video putting the two smartphones to test shows that the OnePlus 5T is by no means a model that you should ignore when planning to buy a new high-end device, as it managed to beat the iPhone X in a way that’s not at all good news for Apple. GeekBench tests have demonstrated that the iPhone X is a hardware monster, and this is certainly true given the power that Apple has bundled into its device. But high scores in benchmarks don’t necessarily mean the best performance in real-life, and this video posted by SuperSaf TV shows that this is 100 percent true. OnePlus 5T starting at $499 OnePlus 5T, which launc...

Samsung Galaxy S9 to Be Unveiled in January with Only Subtle Upgrades
Samsung appears to be in a rush to take the wraps off its new flagship smartphone, and the Galaxy S9 is very likely to see daylight in early January at the CES 2018 show in Las Vegas between January 9-12. If this is the case, then Samsung is also likely to hold another press event for the Galaxy S9 in March, VentureBeat writes, which could be a sign that the company will keep many details secret at the original unveiling in January. But as it turns out, there might not be so much to hide as far as the Galaxy S9 goes because the upgrades the company plans of the device might be only subtle. Codenamed Star 1 and Star 2, the Samsung Galaxy S9 (model number SM-G960) and Galaxy S9+ (model number SM-G965) will feature a design that’s similar to the existing models, with bigger changes prepared on the back. Bigger hardware upgrades on the S9+

Microsoft Releases Windows 10 Cumulative Update KB4055254
Microsoft has just released a new cumulative update for systems running the Windows 10 Creators Update, and even though it doesn’t land on Patch Tuesday, it’s a pretty important one. Windows 10 cumulative update KB4055254 comes to address an issue introduced by its predecessor and breaking down Epson Dot Matrix printers. Microsoft explains in the official release notes that this update “addresses issue that affected some Epson SIDM (Dot Matrix) and TM (POS) printers, which were failing to print on x86-based and x64-based systems. This issue affects KB4048954.” The new update is not available for any other Windows 10 version and Microsoft hasn’t included any other fixes, so it’s pretty clear that the company didn’t want to waste any time and bring this fix out as soon as possible. In the past, the software giant used to wait until the ne...