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Windows Software Reviews.

Opera 29 Stable Review: Enjoy Tab and Bookmark Synchronization
Opera 29 Stable comes with several new features and fixes that are meant to help you access the same tabs from your computer and Android devices. No matter where you are, you can easily pick up with your readings on your smartphone.  After shutting down the virtual community, so-called My Opera, in 2014 and adopting the...

OW Shredder Review: Wipe Out Files Permanently
Windows lets you delete files using basic tasks. Precisely because the deletion process is simple, you still get a chance to recover data using third-party software programs. OW Shredder provides secure cleaning features for making sure files are permanently wiped out from your system. The program is free and can be deployed on Windows XP

CopyQ Review - Versatile and Multi-Platform Clipboard Manager
Keeping track of the Clipboard content is a great way to retrace your steps when working on important projects, and there are plenty of Clipboard managers out there, such as CopyQ. This is a rather intuitive and powerful application that comes loaded with standard and advanced settings for helping you record, manage, and reuse clips. It offers support for gl...

PhotoDemon Review: Graphic Editor with Many Special Effects and Filters
Photo editing is no longer an intimidating domain where only professionals can pull the strings to transform images into upgraded products ready to be exposed or shared on social media platforms. This is because the user interface has become friendlier over the past years. PhotoDemon is one of those graphic editors that provide intuitive looks and a notable collection of special effects, filters and color corrections.   PhotoDemon is open source, free and portable, and can ...

UC Browser Review - Customizable Web Browser with Mobile Sync
Given its growing fandom on mobile devices, we thought of looking into the desktop edition of UC Browser. This is an intuitive and speedy web browser based on Chromium, which comes loaded with a lot of UI customization features, in addition to cloud acceleration and data compression.  Among other options, UC supports HTML5, data synchronization across multiple devices, Google Chrom...



Mac Software Reviews.

Andy Review - Run Android Apps on Your Mac
Andy is a virtualization solution that aims at closing the gap between your Mac and your mobile device to provide the same Android experience on your desktop. The application emulates the Android OS in a virtual machine that runs as a VirtualBox guest. To streamline the install...

Unified Remote Review - All-Encompassing Remote Control for Your Computer
Whether we realize it or not, remote controls have changed our lives quite a bit, from the way we arrange our homes to the way we interact with the wide variety of devices around us. Because throughout the last years, the “boom” of social media websites such as YouTube has greatly contributed towards the latest drop in TV viewing statistics, it’s no surprise that, like many other technologies, remote controls have found their way from our sofas on to our computers.

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-...



PC Games Reviews.

Guns, Gore and Cannoli Review (PC)
Side-scrolling shooter platformers have delighted millions of gamers throughout the years, as many fans can trace their roots back to the likes of Metal Slug or the other pixelated titles that dominated their childhoods. The interestingly named Guns, Gore and Cannoli from developers Crazy Monkey Studios and Claeysbrothers wants to bring back those old times by delivering a side-scrolling platformer that puts players in the shoes of mob enforce Vinnie as he ventures to a zom...

Crypt of the Necrodancer Review (PC)
The indie gaming scene is filled with roguelike dungeon crawlers, especially those sporting a pixelated visual style, and Crypt of the Necrodancer, coming from Brace Yourself Games, is no exception. However, as its name suggests, it's a bit more than just your regular dungeon crawling experience. Instead of slowly maneuvering your way through randomly generated crypts while fighting different enemies, you dance your way through them. In order to defeat foes and keep earn...

Space Colony: Steam Edition Review (PC)
Space Colony: Steam Edition brings the original simulation game to Steam some 12 years after its initial release. The new launch is a remastering of the sci-fi base building and management game from FireFly Studios, an indie studio famous for creating the Stronghold series. Space Colony took the base management action to outer space, and now it landed on Steam, with new missions and features, and with Steam Workshop integration for the in-game map editor. The game is the...

Slow Down, Bull Review (PC)
Insomniac Studios has entertained a huge amount of fans throughout the years thanks to PlayStation-exclusive franchises like Ratchet & Clank or Resistance, while also bringing the recent Sunset Overdrive to Xbox One. Now, its first PC game is available, in the form of the intriguing Slow Down, Bull, a 2D casual experience that focuses on a bull with artistic and impulsive sides. While the general theme may sound outlandish, it's actually part of a partnership between Insomn...

The Spatials Review (PC)
The Spatials is a brand-new indie favorite of mine that blends several genres together in a pretty pleasing overall manner and packs plenty of punch for its minuscule size. I've always been a fan of city building and management games, especially when you get a sort of Theme Hospital vibe from looking at their screenshots, and all the additional elements around that, such as the role-playing and space exploration mechanics, made me genuinely intrigued. Having to build and...




Latest News.

First Look at the New Tab-Based Preferences in Mozilla Firefox 38.0
Today we take a closer look at the number one feature of the upcoming Mozilla Firefox 38.0 web browser, due for release on May 12, 2015, an all-new tab-based Preferences page that many other modern browsers already have for some time now. The first thing you will notice when upgrading your favorite web browser to Mozilla Firefox 38.0 next week is that the old-school Preferences dialog has been replaced with a beautiful, modern tab-based Preferences page. With this occas...

GNOME's Evince Document Viewer Adds Search Support to the Browser Plugin
The GNOME Project is about to release the first development version towards the GNOME 3.18 desktop environment, due for release on October 23, 2015, and various package managers have started to update their projects with new features and improvements. Evince, the default document viewer in GNOME, has been updated to version 3.17.1, a development release that introduces several new features, fixes bugs discovered in the previous version, and updates many language translatio...

PC-BSD 10.1.2 RC1 Is Out with Lumina Desktop 0.8.4, Firefox 37, and Nvidia Driver 346.47
While not a Linux kernel-based operating system, PC-BSD is one of the coolest and user-friendly BSD distributions around. The latest version, 10.1.2, is in the works, and PC-BSD development team just announced that the first Release Candidate (RC) version is now available for download and testing. According to the release notes, PC-BSD 10.1.2 will int...

Microsoft Details Printing on Windows 10 for Phones - Video
For business users printing while on the go is very important, which is why almost all smartphones these days offer mobile printing features. Windows 10 for Phones will bring support for printing via Universal app, which isn't yet available because the new operating system hasn't been released yet. Many new features and improvements for Windows 10 for Phones have been demoed at this year BUILD conference and we have already reported on some of them. One of the many ne...

Microsoft Shows New Phone App, Contact, Call History UI in Windows 10 for Phones
One of Microsoft's most important annual events for developers, BUILD brings news about what's to come for Windows users. Either it's Windows for PC or phones, the conference provides us with lots of information on what new features and services plan to offer to customers. This year is all about Windows 10 and Windows 10 for Phones. Although Lumia smartphones owners were expecting Microsoft to release the new version of the OS this summer, the Redmond-based company confirme...

Black Lab Linux Will Standardize on the KDE Desktop Environment
On May 2, Black Lab Software, through Roberto J. Dohnert, announced that the Black Lab Linux operating system will standardize on the KDE desktop environment from now on, dropping support for MATE, Xfce, and GNOME desktops. Apparently, the Black Lab Linux developer seems upset about the fact that some of the users who requested support for a...

A Gamer’s Week: May 3
This week, the review team of Softpedia Games is ready to deliver long-form evaluation for titles including Crypt of the Necrodancer, Space Colony: Steam Edition and

Microsoft Demos Digital Video Stabilization in Windows 10 for Phones - Video
Windows 10 for Phones will pack lots of new features and improvements and Microsoft has already announced some of them. They're even available for Windows Insiders in Technical Preview, even if they're not yet in a finished state. During its BUILD 2015 conference, Microsoft details a lot of feature that will be part of Windows 10 for Phones. Some of them have been demoed during the conference, while other have only been mentioned. Digital video stabilization is a nifty f...

Entroware Announces Aura, a Tiny PC That Runs Ubuntu or Ubuntu MATE 15.04
Entroware introduced today, May 2, their first mini-PC called Aura and powered by Canonical's recently released Ubuntu 15.04 (Vivid Vervet) computer operating system, or the popular Ubuntu MATE 15.04 flavor. We remind you that Entroware is a UK-based company that has become the first hardware partner for the Ubuntu MATE project, offering the popular Ubuntu flavor with the traditional MAT...

Microsoft Edge Browser Extensions Will Also Arrive on Windows Phones
Microsoft announced at BUILD 2015 that its new browser for Windows 10 would be called Edge and in addition to a new UI and new engine, it would also come with support for extensions. However, Microsoft provided only few details about Edge and its extension support during the opening keynote, but in an interview after t...