If you only need to ready one or two tax returns, but they're more complex than just a Form 10EZ, TaxACT PC software can offer terrific value. Read the full review!» Read Article
It's that time again. When you're about to file your taxes, should you buy a PC software package to help you out? Read this full review of TurboTax to find out.
Do you want to start creating movies for YouTube or Facebook? LoiLo offers entry-level video editing software. Is it worth the $79.99? Read the full review.
With the 2012 edition of its Internet security suite, McAfee continues to duke it out. How does this suite compare vs. Symantec and Kaspersky? Read the full review.
How does the Norton Internet Security (NIS) 2012 compare vs. NIS 2011, and to the less feature-rich Norton Anti-Virus (NAV)? Read the full review.
In Nero 11 Platinum, a software package for DVD/CD disc burning and media creation, the sum of the parts is greater than the whole. Read the full review.
In this first in a planned series of reviews focusing on security software, we take a look at Kaspersky's Internet Security 2012, featuring an improved UI and more parental controls.
Can the Corel PaintShop Pro X4 photo editing software package sell for less than $80 and still be all things to all people? To find out, read the full review.
In comparison to competitors from Norton, Microsoft, and Kaspersky, McAfee AntiVirus Plus 2011 brings different features -- including a shredder -- to the table. Read the full review.
Adobe on Tuesday unveiled Version 10 of Photoshop Elements and Premiere Elements, applications widely regarded as the top Windows PC and Mac consumer programs for editing photos and videos. Read the full review.
Real Networks has introduced RealDownloader software, for truly quick downloads of videos from YouTube and other sites throughout the Web. Read the full review.
Norton AntiVirus (NAV) has always been a highly effective software security package. Despite some user interface (UI) changes, the 2011 version is no exception. Read the full review.
Sometimes there is something called a free lunch. Here, it's known as Microsoft Security Essentials. This antivirus package promises to deliver much of what paid solutions offer, but for a price of zero. Charles P. Jefferies gives us a taste of how it compares. Read the full review.
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