Software and Services - Reviews
- Buddy Software
- Cyber Acoustics
- Edward Lawford
- ergonis software
- Jeff Johnson
- Marcel Bresink Software-Systeme
- McAfee Australia
- Objective Development Software GmbH
- Perfect Privacy
- Private Internet Access
- RealMac Software
- St Clair Software
- USB Overdrive
- VPN Unlimited
- Content Management
- Development Tools
- Graphics & Publishing
- Home Applications
- iPhone apps
- Operating Systems
- Remote Access
- Video & Audio
- A.I. (Artificial Intelligence)
- Coding, Hacking and Programming
- Digital Assistants
- Virtual Assistants
Results (1 - 20 of 47)
MRDC obviates the need for third-party remote desktop software if you have decent tech chops—and a pro version of Windows.
You can add elements and annotate files, but an inability to modify with existing text will limit this editor's appeal.
This free online tool is great for converting and making simple changes to PDF files, but look elsewhere for serious annotation abilities.
Inexpensive and offers the widest native OS support in the industry.
Whatever your purpose, PopChar unfolds a panoply of fonts and characters for ready browsing and access.
A reliable and decently affordable option for those who need to regularly access one to three computers from remotely.
A free plan lets you test drive this game streaming service.
Squash affordably streamlines processing, compressing, and watermarking batches of images with the quality of high-end tools.
With a full set of editing and markup tools, the macOS image editor can handle most PDF tasks.
If your needs match this speaker’s strengths, you won’t notice its weaknesses.
This surprisingly powerful, yet easy-to-use database software is available for macOS and iOS, as well as Android and online.
Manage and automate connections among audio and Bluetooth devices while easily checking their battery levels.
Extension that overrides websites’ attempts to lock out browser features. It also blocks embedded link tracking.
The app design isn't as straightforward as it could be, but overall Total Protection offers a lot of value.
Track battery performance and wear over time with this utility.
Sweden-based OVPN is an excellent choice for speed and privacy.
This menu bar utility taps router statistics and monitors Internet lag in addition to reporting Mac-based network activity.
The simple app rests on top of a constantly updated database that lets it inform you of the newest versions of everything you use.
LaunchBar puts apps, music, calculations, search, Google results, clipboards, and much of the Finder into a single versatile bar.
If only we had a better idea of who's running the show.
Results (1 - 20 of 47)
Latest News Articles
- Microsoft’s universal ‘One Outlook’ client just leaked out
- Microsoft reveals a new Windows Game Bar built for controllers
- Microsoft tests a limited VPN for Microsoft Edge
- Audacity developer puts the ‘proper’ version on the Microsoft Store
- How to pin an extension to Chrome’s toolbar
Most Popular Articles
Join the newsletter!
- This adorable AirTag is one of the rarest Apple devices ever made
- What laptop should I get? Top 12 things to consider
- Sonos Arc review: The Main Event
- Intel Core i3 vs i5 vs i7: find out which cpu is better
- Laser vs. inkjet printers: which is better?