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  1. Spb Time review

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    When you want to know the time you can glance at your Windows Mobile Pocket PC's Today screen, where it will be quietly ticking away. But should you want more time-related functions, then Spb Time could be ideal

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    Sophos Security Suite review

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    Conventional Internet security suites are great for standalone PCs, but try protecting a larger business network and you'll have to deal with real users who do unpredictable things, such as changing important settings.

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    Satellite TV On Your PC review

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    Do you know anything at all about the Internet? If so, this disc makes for a fine impromptu coaster. But that's where its usefulness ends. Everything this software does, you can do in a few seconds with Google.

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    RouteBuddy review

    RouteBuddy review

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    We first came across RouteBuddy at the Paris and then the London MacExpo. This is a native Mac GPRS tracking application that works with common GPRS boxes including Garmin USB and USGlobalSat devices.

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    Papyrus review

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    Papyrus has been around for a while for Windows Mobile Smartphones, where it enhances the views available in that OS on small smartphone screens. It has now come to Symbian S60, bringing some excellent visual enhancements.

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    Opera 9 review

    Opera 9 review

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    Opera is a slightly different breed of application from IE7 and Firefox in that it's not just a Web browser, it's an Internet suite. This means that you can have one tab for your email, and also use it for IRC and newsgroups.

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    Internet Explorer 7 review

    Internet Explorer 7 review

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    The woeful state of Internet Explorer 6 might lead you to expect little from Internet Explorer 7, but Microsoft has actually done us proud this time. IE7 has a little catching up to do ....

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    Firefox 2 review

    Firefox 2 review

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    Firefox has been on the scene for two years now, but despite being infinitely superior to the only real competition, IE6, incredibly it constitutes only about 10 per cent of the browser market. It's a sleek yet highly customisable interface...

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    Drive Genius 1.5.1 review

    Drive Genius 1.5.1 review

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    Because a computer's hard drive is the component most likely to fail, disk repair and maintenance tools are very important. Drive Genius is a package of hard disk tools including defragmentation, cloning, and more.

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    Disco 1.0b4 review

    Disco 1.0b4 review

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    Disco would undoubtedly have walked away with an award if our verdict had been based solely on hype. The developer's shrewd marketing includes boasts that the application will toast Toast.

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    AVG Internet Security 7.5 review

    AVG Internet Security 7.5 review

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    When it comes to anti-virus software, we're supporters of Grisoft's free software because it does such a good job. Indeed, you'll find AVG Anti Virus on the disc.

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    Greatis Ultimate Component Pack review

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    Greatis Ultimate Component Pack is a collection of Delphi components and utilities, some of which can be purchased individually. It's compatible with everything from Delphi 3 onwards...

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    IOLO Search And Recover 4 review

    IOLO Search And Recover 4 review

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    Contrary to popular belief, deleted files on your laptop are not gone forever. Often they can be retrieved, even when deleted from your recycle bin. Offering simple data recovery is Iolo Search and Recover 4(£21 inc. VAT).

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    AVG Anti-Virus Professional review

    AVG Anti-Virus Professional review

    8  

    Competition in the AV market is fierce, and sometimes you need to almost give away your product to get it on users' desktops.

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    Steganos Security Suite 2006 review

    Steganos Security Suite 2006 review

    8  

    This security package is designed to protect your privacy, not your PC.You don't get a firewall or antivirus protection, but you do get antispyware and a range of security programs

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    PocketMac for PSP review

    PocketMac for PSP review

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    The brand new Sony PlayStation Portable not only looks amazing and plays great games, but it can also display photos and play MP3s and movie files. If you plug the PSP into a Mac via a USB port...

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    LaCie SilverKeeper 1.1.3 review

    LaCie SilverKeeper 1.1.3 review

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    Backing up can be a drag. There are one or two ways of making it easier, but it usually involves buying an expensive hard drive with some sort of one-touch backup routine using complex software

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    Zero G DrummerPack AL review

    Zero G DrummerPack AL review

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    This pack provides GarageBand, Logic and Soundtrack users with a subset of Apple Loop drum content from ten top session players. The loops are provided in a generically labelled list of styles

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    nik multimedia Sharpener Pro review

    nik multimedia Sharpener Pro review

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    For many of us, Photoshop's Unsharp Mask feature is all that's needed to give images a bit more punch and to sharpen things up. However, applying the settings properly is a skilled job and you can't always trust what you see on screen

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    DAZ Productions Bryce 5.5 review

    DAZ Productions Bryce 5.5 review

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    There was a time, long ago, when Bryce was the dominant force in landscape-generation tools. Nothing could touch it. Sure, it had a quirky interface, but the results you could get from little knowledge of 3D modelling far outweighed this

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    Corel KPT Collection review

    Corel KPT Collection review

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    Corel's KPT Collection is possibly the most famous of Photoshop software plug-ins. Originally developed by Kai Krause and published by the now defunct Meta Creations, this set has become a favourite among digital artists

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    Auto FX Mystical Tint Tone & Colour review

    Auto FX Mystical Tint Tone & Colour review

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    This tool has the typical Auto FX look and feel, sporting the company's now familiar, although non-standard interface. It offers a quick way toapply colour effects globally or via a brush-based system, as a Photoshop plug-in or a standalone app

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    AlienSkin Xenofex 2 review

    AlienSkin Xenofex 2 review

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    Alien Skin Software's filters just beg to be used in gleefully creating mischief, but retain enough legitimate uses to justify their purchase. Xenofex 2 offers revamped old favourites, as well as brand-new filters

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    AlienSkin Eye Candy 5 Nature review

    AlienSkin Eye Candy 5 Nature review

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    The first Eye Candy software plug-ins were launched 11 years ago, and the brand is still going strong. The Nature version generates ten different kinds of natural phenomena

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    RedleX Mellel 1.9 review

    RedleX Mellel 1.9 review

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    Not everyone wants to use Microsoft Word, but everyone needs to be ableto open and save Word documents because Word is the closest thing wehave to a standard format

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