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CheckMark Payroll 2017 17.0.0 (Shareware)
Enables you to do-it-yourself payrolls and is the ideal solution for accountants, small businesses and professional payroll services.

LevelHelper Pro 2.0.89 (Demo)
A comprehensive and efficient level editor tool that helps you create levels for your games in just a few minutes, without any trouble.

iMazing 2.0.5 (Trial)
Enables you to quickly and intuitively browse the contents of an iOS device and then transfer files to and from the device with ease.

FileZilla 3.22.0 (GPL)
Open source and user-friendly FTP, FTPS, SFTP client designed to make it easy to download / upload files from and to a server of your choice

TotalSpaces 2.4.9 (Trial)
A reliable and easy to use 2D grid of desktops designed to mimic Apple's Spaces implementation but with a number of very useful extra features

BitNami DreamFactory Stack 2.3.0-4 (Freeware)
A cross-platform stack installer from BitNami that provides all the tools needed to run the DreamFactory mobile platform in the cloud

Manager 16.9.94 (Freeware)
Versatile accounting software solution for Mac OS X that offers you the possibility to manage multiple businesses, to track all transactions, to generate reports, and so on

Nice Timer [DISCOUNT: 33% OFF!] 2.7.2 (Commercialware)
A simple timer and stopwatch application for Mac OS X that comes with a stylish user interface that can be easily resized and 10 different color themes

Launchey 1.1.1 (Commercialware)
Place shortcuts for your favorite applications in the menu bar, assign them global hotkeys and create a handy list of frequently used apps, with this lightweight utility

Progressive Downloader 2.7 Build 8125 / 2.7.1 Build 8127 Dev (Donationware)
A fast, simple, clean and versatile multi-threaded download manager that enables you to quickly and effortlessly download multiple files

Nice Clock 1.5.1 (Commercialware)
Place a stylish clock icon in your Mac's dock, chose from a variety of color themes and add a useful widget in the Notification Center, with this nifty app

OnyX 3.2.0 (Donationware)
Free OS X application designed to help you perform a large variety of optimization, maintenance, and customization tasks via a very simple and intuitive interface

Toolbox for Pages 3.0.2 (Demo)
A handy and easy-to-use application that helps you buy numerous Pages templates from an ever increasing high quality graphics collection

Windscribe [DISCOUNT] 1.59 Build 10 (Demo)
Protect your online privacy with the help of a status bar app that helps you connect to a VPN service, and by using a browser add-on that blocks ads, trackers, and can help you generate secure links

Website Auditor 4.15.5 (Demo)
A powerful and intuitive application for the Mac OS X platform that provides support to professional users regarding onsite optimization

SEO SpyGlass 6.17.5 (Demo)
A reliable and very easy to use application that was created as a competition research tool featuring SEO techniques that you can use to increase your website ranking

Nimble Commander (formerly Files) 1.1.5 Build 1812 (Trial)
An easy-to-use dual pane file manager for Mac OS X designed to help you manipulate your files and folders in an intuitive manner.

Trash It! 7.0.1 (Freeware)
A lightweight, very easy-to-use and trustworthy application that helps you to force empty your Mac's Trash regardless of the contained items

OneDrive 17.3 Build 6518.0914 (Freeware)
A minimalist status bar menu application that offers you the possibility to access the content of your OneDrive account from a Mac.

WavePad 6.58 (Demo)
A clean, intuitive and powerful audio editing application that enables you to easily mix and edit audio and voice recordings, as well as music

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Windows 10 Anniversary Update Failed to Convince More Users to Try Edge Browser
Microsoft rolled out Windows 10 Anniversary Update on August 2 and this was quite an eagerly-anticipated moment for fans of Edge browser, as this new release included support for extensions, as well as a few new extra tweaks. And while the Anniversary Update brought Edge browser to maturity, it turns out that few users were actually impressed with Microsoft’s improvements, as the market share of the app remained unchanged from the previous month. Net Applications data for the month of September 2016 shows that Microsoft Edge had a market share of 5.16 percent, the same as in August when the Anniversary Update rollout started - we counted September as the first full month with Anniversary Update available, as the release cycle spanned across August (Microsoft says that all PCs should get AU by November, but the majority of computers have already received it). Google Chrome keeps growing On the other hand, the other browsers on the market are doing...

Windows 10 Now Running on Almost 1 in 4 PCs Worldwide
Microsoft ended the free Windows 10 upgrade offer on July 29, admitting that it could miss its goal of bringing the new operating system on 1 billion devices by FY2018. But despite this, adoption of Windows 10 is still going well, according to third-party data. StatCounter figures for the month of September indicate that Windows 10 is close to reaching 25 percent market share, which means that it’s currently running on nearly 1 in 4 PCs worldwide. This is an important achievement for an operating system launched one year ago, but on the other hand, when looking back at how aggressive Microsoft became at certain moments, this market share is a little below expectations. While it’s very clear that hoping to overtake Windows 7 in just one year after launch was clearly mission impossible, Microsoft should be pleased with how Windows 10 performed until now, especially because its growth continues these days. Windows 7 still number one...

Microsoft Accidentally Publishes Lumia End of Support Notification on US Website
Microsoft is expected to discontinue the Lumia brand later this year, but while the company remains tight-lipped on this and avoids offering a confirmation, it drops new hints every once in a while suggesting that this is indeed the plan. This time, a notification that was posted on Microsoft’s device registration website informed users that “Lumia phones are not supported in Canada, United States, and Australia.” And while this warning has already been removed, it’s not exactly clear why it showed up on the website, with Microsoft itself claiming it was just an accident and it was supposed to indicate some special warranty information. Warning aimed at users looking for repair info In a statement for MSPU, Microsoft says that the message was meant to show up in the case of users who were looking for instructions on how to get their phones repaired. “That ph...

Microsoft Confirms Windows 10 Cumulative Update KB3194496 Installation Issues
Microsoft rolled out a new Windows 10 cumulative update for PCs running version 1607 (Anniversary Update), and just as we reported yesterday, there were plenty of users who experienced installation issues. In a post on the firm’s Community forums, Microsoft engineers confirm the installation problems and explain that the team is already investigating and developing a fix. “Investigating” There are no details as to when exactly this new cumulative update fix could be released, but it’s worth noting that Microsoft itself...

Microsoft Will End Sales of New Windows 7 and 8.1 PCs in One Month
If you’re not a big fan of Windows 10 and planning to purchase a new computer, you'd better hurry up because this month both Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 reach their end-of-sales deadlines. October 31 is the last day when you are able to purchase a new computer running any of the two operating systems, with Microsoft to then focus exclusively on Windows 10 for new configurations. But even though both Windows 7 and 8.1 are reaching their end-of-sales dates this month, this doesn’t necessarily mean that PCs that come with these versions pre-installed will disappear all of a sudden. Microsoft will still allow sales of devices that were in stock before the deadline, but no new units would be shipped starting November 1. Windows 10, the only version pre-installed on new PCs Moreover, what’s important to note is that this deadline only refers to sales and has nothing to do with updates. Both Windows 7 and 8.1 will continue to receive updates until January...

ownCloud Desktop Client 2.2.4 Released with Updated Dolphin Plugin, Bug Fixes
ownCloud is still alive and kicking, and they've recently released a new maintenance update of the ownCloud Desktop Client, version 2.2.4, bringing some much-needed improvements and patching various annoying issues. ownCloud Desktop Client 2.2.4 is now the most advanced stable release of the free, open-source, cross-platform software that acts as a graphical user interface for users to interact with an ownCloud server. The application is now available for all supported platforms, including GNU/Linux, Mac OS X, and Microsoft Windows. It's not a major update or anything, but it's important enough for you to install it on your computer and update any of the existing versions, because it improves the Dolphin plugin for GNU/Linux users running the KDE Plasma desktop environment to use the Application name for a socket path. The SyncEngine got some improvements as well, now allowing users to rename folders when files...

Office 365 Administrator Accounts Go on Sale on Dark Web Portal
A Dark Web portal that launched in August 2016 is selling access to 12 Office 365 accounts for prices ranging from $15 to $100. The website, which is called Open Hacking Lab (OHL) and was founded by an individual that goes by the name of r3s15tanc3, is selling hacked credentials, hacking tools, and hacking services. While there are plenty of Dark Web marketplaces that sell access to hacked servers (like xDedic), or login credentials (TheRealDeal, AlphaBay, and more), this is the first listing we see for Office 365 accounts, an opinion we share with cyber intelligence firm SenseCy, who first spotted the listing. r3s15tanc3 claims that all the Office 365 accounts he's selling are "global admin" level, meaning they grant access to the entire organization's resources, other email accounts, and Office 365 global settings panel.   Compa...

Locky Drops Offline Mode and Switches to New ODIN Extension
Locky, one of today's most dangerous and prevalent ransomware families, next to Cerber and CryptXXX, has gone through yet another update, this time dropping support for offline mode and adding a new extension for encrypted files. Back in mid-July, the criminal gang behind the Locky ransomware had released a version of their ransomware that could work without an Internet connection, in a so-called "offline mode." This Locky version had been distributed via five spam botnets. According to a report from Avira, three of those botnets have now reverted to distributing a Locky variant that drops support for offline mode, connecting to an online C&C server, like the rest of Locky versions. "Maybe it didn’t work out as well as expected for the," said Moritz Kroll, ...

Angry Apple Customer Goes Bananas in Store, Destroys iPhones with Steel Ball - Videos
Ever wanted to walk into an Apple store and destroy everything you see with a steel ball? No? This guy did and because we’re always encouraged to make our dreams come true, this is exactly what he did in an Apple Store in France. While details on why exactly he did that are quite vague at this point, it looks like the angry Apple customer decided to take revenge on Apple for its poor customer support by destroying everything in his way in a store in Dijon, France. The videos recorded by someone who caught the entire show, embedded at the end of this article, present the man calmly walking in and checking out some of the devices on display before eventually starting destroying them with what seems to be a steel ball. Police took him into custody, now having to pay thousands of Euros In case you’re wondering who carries a steel ball around, it appears that Petanque players do, as this is a game that involves throwi...