The Windows version of f.lux received a major update today after a multi-year drought. The new episode has some features that make the software more user-friendly.
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Software from sites like download.com are a playground for malicious junkware, homepage hijackers, and worse. What we want to know is where you download your PC software from.
It has recently come to light that CNET’s Download.com Installer includes a bunch of crapware. But it doesn’t end there, here’s my experience downloading a program, and it’s ugly.
Download.com from CNET is one of the most popular sites for downloading software. But the company has decided to join the dark side and try to trick you into installing crapware.
A question I often get from Windows users is how to completely uninstall all traces of a program or app. This guide will show I do it and get rid of all traces of it.
Thanks to a revolutionary old, but new concept in modern computing, we’re here to show you this simple trick to fix any software or hardware problem! And it’s free today only!
One of my favorite screenshot programs is Snagit, and in large part because of its capture library system. However, if you want to move the screenshot library it takes a little bit of work.
Steam is officially available as a stable release for Linux system. In promotion of the launch, there’s a huge sale on games for a limited time.
Last week we asked which software programs you hated the most. Looks like iTunes is the winner, and now we’re asking which alternatives you use.
Is there a program or app that you absolutely hate? Tell us about it in this Ask the Readers segment.
Downloading YouTube videos for offline use can be a pain, so why not make it an automated Process? Miro is a free program that can do it for you.
Steam — the popular online gaming store — is now selling graphic design software programs.
A European Union (EU) court has ruled in favor of a company selling “used” software licenses, in a case filed by Oracle. The court decision says that selling software licenses even for downloaded software is legal.
Secunia PSI, or Personal Software Inspector, is a free utility that is much like the Belarc Advisor system profiling tool. However, unlike Belarc, Secunia’s tool will automatically update a large number of programs. For those that it cannot update, it usually points you to a location where you can download the update yourself. The utility […]