Category: Software

  • Windows Vista/XP Remote Desktop Review

    By: Greg Ross Microsoft Windows XP and Vista both come with built-in remote access capabilities. Are these feature really adequate replacements for third-party remote desktop applications, or are they just more Windows bloatware? Read the full review to find out! INSTALLATION & SETUP Both Windows XP and Vista come with the Remote Desktop Protocol pre-installed, […]

  • Windows Live Movie Maker Beta Review

    By: Dustin Sklavos I began this review hoping that, similar to what Macintosh users enjoy with iMovie, Microsoft might see fit to produce a remarkably promising piece of entry-level video editing software in its Windows Live Movie Maker. Instead, I now want to point out that Windows 7 and Vista users can always go back […]

  • Windows 10 Fall Creators Update Review: Great for Work and Home

    The wait is over for the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. We put it to the test so everyone will know whether they should install it immediately start looking ahead to the next update. Microsoft took the name Creators Update seriously. While there are definitely features in the Win10FCU that serious business professionals will like, […]

  • Windows 10 Anniversary Update Review: Cortana is the Future

    Windows hasn’t changed much for end users in the last 25 years, fundamentally at least. From Windows 3.0 to Windows 10, the operating system fit the simple bill as a collection of programs performing various functions and tasks, running in windows, aiding users with a graphical environment and support for precision input devices. But with […]

  • Wesabe Review

    Wesabe is an online finance tool and community designed to help you manage your money better, both by giving you a holistic view of your finances, and providing you with a wealth of forum advice to make smarter spending and saving decisions. Is Wesabe really the next-generation answer to contemporary financial woes, or just another […]