Don't-Miss Software Stories
Lazy music-lovers rejoice! With Flutter, you can control your tunes like a Jedi.
Dictionary.com Extension for Google Chrome makes searching a breeze without having to go to a website.
Magic Actions for YouTube customizes your video-watching in Google Chrome.
With just a click, this handy app goes to work and it's basic, simple, and gets the job done.
This Windows cleanup utility performs a few useful chores, but it's hard to feel good about any program that tells you it's your personal computer expert then tells you to install more software and buy expensive hardware.
Pros may need more control over the process, which can be found in proDAD's more expensive offerings, but the average user should be more than pleased with the results of this software.
Photographers can attach a license to their images to let online viewers know it is OK to reuse them, so this software aims to take the sting out of the work of finding such images.
WebPlus allows you to build a WYSIWYG Web site with integrated blogging, social media content.
This utility lets you read messages, complete with attachments, just as easily as if you were using your original email client.
Orcs Must Die! 2 is a proper content-filled sequel to the original orc-massacring tower defense shooter.
Ashampoo Photo Optimizer is easy to use, but so are many free image editors.
Family Tree Maker 2012 uses Ancestry.com's database to help you make a complete family tree.
The 2012 version offers new ways to protect you from malware that's particularly tricky, but unfortunately, one of its key new features is only available in the $30 Plus version.