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Google Remote Desktop for Android Review

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Yesterday Google took the beta tag off on one of its neatest apps out there. The Google Remote Desktop program will allow you to securely remote control your computer from any Android device, just as long as it’s Ice Cream Sandwich and above. How does it handle? Take a look below. Setup is easy as it is a chrome extension ... Read More »

EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard Pro review: Worth the price?

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Data recovery software is something I have used in desperation in my past, EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard Pro is one option on the market, if you are willing to pay the very reasonable one off cost currently at $69.95 you are promised much more power and features the free options like Recuva. The $69.95 price may strike some as quite ... Read More »

Reduce Eye Strain From Your Computer Screen With f.lux

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If you’re anything like me, your eyes spend a lot of time baking in front of some sort of brightly lit screen. While “frying your eyes”  isn’t an actual thing that can happen, the strain I feel after a long night of computer activity feels real enough. A program called f.lux works to alleviate that. The premise is simple enough. ... Read More »

Bring back the Start Menu to Windows 8/8.1

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With Windows 8 receiving massive backlash from customers and PC manufacturers, it is safe to assume this is due to ‘Metro’, sorry Modern UI. Unfortunately due to the lack of touch screen use by most computers, Modern UI’s main appeal fails, and it quickly becomes unintuitive and I personally found myself searching through every menu for things I would find ... Read More »

Microsoft Remote Desktop App Review

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Remote Desktop is something that has been around for a very, very long time. Highly utilized by many businesses it allows for access to servers for both systems administrators and for users to access their files remotely, as well as allowing for everyday computer users to access their home machines with the right configuration. In the time of the smartphone, ... Read More »

iOS 7 – An opinion review

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On September 18th, Apple released iOS 7, the latest edition of their operating system to iPhones, iPads, and iPod Touches. Over the last several years, Apple has continued to add new features, while keeping the same general look and feel. With iOS 7, Apple has really stepped up the mobile operating system game and made some MAJOR design changes. Read More »

MacX Video Converter Pro Review

Video conversion is something that people do more of today than ever before. With a plethora of formats, aspect ratios, and quality settings, often transcoding is needed. Various tools exist for this task, and today we will look at MacX Video Converter Pro. I’ll be testing it against Handbrake, which is the piece of software I use for my video ... Read More »

Plex for Windows 8 Review

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Plex is a phenomenal media solution for people with a ton of digital media, who want it organized, categorized, and kept track of. I recently switched to Windows 8 on my new laptop (Lenovo ThinkPad Twist) and found that the same application I was using on my Windows 7 machine did not work as well on Windows 8. After looking ... Read More »

NCAA Football 14 Review

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The band’s playing, the crowd’s screaming, and the players are fired up! Yes, it’s football season! No better way to kick it off than with EA Sports seasonal offering of NCAA Football 14. Did we get the same as last year, or will this be EA’s swan song before we head into next gen? Read More »

The Last Of Us Review

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Developer Naughty Dog, the maker of The Uncharted Trilogy on PlayStation 3, brings us their new, epic masterpiece, The Last of Us. They have truly crafted a gem that will be the new benchmark for story, visuals, and gameplay. This is the type of game that gamers clamor for. Naughty Dog should walk proud, and in my book, they are ... Read More »