This video editor is a great choice for those with underpowered PCs, and a pretty good choice for those with fast systems, too.
The newest version of Elements is Webbier than ever--with online backup and syncing, Internet-refreshed tutorials, and downloadable content--but to get a usable amount of storage space, you'll have to pay $50 a year.
Photoshop users may take a while to move to the new 64-bit version of Photoshop CS4, but it's an important development; meanwhile, CS4 offers plenty of other significant upgrades to keep 32-bit users happy.
The Explore takes an innovative concept one step further with geotagging and hotspot uploading, but it's still ultimately a kludge.
Feature for feature, Studio Ultimate 12 gives you more tools than any other video editor, but some problems detract from its versatility.
The latest inkjet multifunction printers, which combine a printer, scanner, copier, and (sometimes) a fax machine, often don't cost any more than a stand-alone printer. Our latest review of inkjet MFPs includes models that cost as little as $80; here are the highest-rated products from that review.
Articles by Alan Stafford