With our increasing reliance on computers to get work done, it is more important than ever to keep a secure backup copy of your files and folders. We round up five online backup solutions and pick a winner.
PCs have been able to play back DVDs for roughly a decade but there's always been a nagging issue: playback quality. We round up the three major software applications in DVD/HD playback and see whether the situation has improved.
Those wanting to try out the latest iteration of Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser can test drive the 9 Beta.
Pro-grade video editing suites include almost everything but you're eventually going to need an out-of-suite tool -- and after dropping several hundred dollars on your editing software you don't want to pay for a "corner case" application. For these video emergencies we offer the five most useful freeware video editing applications.
Video editing -- especially working in high definition -- will eat every last ounce of performance you make available, so it's vital to have a balanced machine to work off of. We offer up a checklist of steps to ensure your PC is tuned to make video editing as efficient as possible.
In this second part of our video editing series, we walk you through the basic elements found in professional video software. Don't feel intimidated; instead get ready to learn how to use these powerful new tools.
Consumer-grade video editing software is notorious for over-simplifying the editing process -- and confusing end-users along the way. In this article, we set out some basic terms to help you get a better grasp on slicing and dicing your precious home movies.
The main reason most people switch from Internet Explorer to Firefox is to improve their browser security, but that doesn't mean Firefox is bullet-proof. We offer up the 10 best add-ons to make everyone's favorite opensource web browser even more secure.
Google Chrome is already the safest web browser on the market, but when it comes to security you can never be too careful. We've compiled 15 Chrome extensions that lock down Google's browser tighter than Fort Knox.
The price tag on Adobe Acrobat is onerous at best and highway robbery at worst, but we shouldn't let that stop us from enjoying the benefits of the PDF format. In fact, we're so keen on getting the most out of the flexible filetype, we're rounding up five free software options for editing your own PDF files.
For many students, surviving academia requires a well-equipped computer, and no PC is complete without the right software. We outline the top 10 apps you need to gear up for the academic gridiron -- both for work and for play.
For 2010 we reviewed ten paid antivirus solutions -- today we break the reviews down and show you which one is the best.
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