Isobuster's name is only a partial clue to its functionality. It opens and extracts files from images files, but it also recovers data from any type of media.
This mainstream gaming machine carries a comforting two-year warranty and provides top-notch, if not best-of-breed, performance and gameplay.
This free cross-platform notation editor has a surprising amount of power and great looking notation. It's not as slick as some of the paid competition, but it will surpass the needs of most users.
Handsome, easy to use, and with nice output, the LaserJet Pro M251nw is a good deal for light-usage scenarios. The pricey toner and lack of automatic duplexing are drawbacks.
SyncUp is easy to use, but has nearly all the sync features you need. Online backup, however, is limited to Google Drive.
These incredibly tiny, amazingly quiet computers can fit almost anywhere and perform most any task. But who has the best concept for an ultra-small-form-factor PC--Intel or AMD?
Defishr is an easy-to-use utility for removing the fish-eye distortion from your video. It can even create profiles to optimize the process for unknown devices.
Samsung delivers one of the nicer looking all-in-ones on the market with fairly good overall performance, but weak gaming capabilities.
Dell's clever Windows 8 RT convertible tablet delivers sensational run time from its dual batteries, but performance feels sluggish.
The Dell C1660w's low purchase price makes color-laser-class (LED) printing available to budget-minded small offices. Because the toner is expensive and there's no automatic duplexer, it’s best for light use only.
Handy Backup will back up your data locally, across the network, and across the Web. It selects important data automatically (on your cue) and syncs as well as providing a plethora of options.
The Officejet Pro X576dw is big, fast, and capable. But can it convert corporate laser lovers?
Fast, affordable mSATA drives in a variety of capacities.
Don't let all those LPs, cassettes, video tapes, books, magazines and photos degrade and die. Bringing it all into the digital age may be easier than you think.
If you're a Windows 8 user missing your Start Menu, this free replacement could be just the ticket.