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  1. BufferZone Home Edition review

    BufferZone Home Edition review

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    Barrier approaches to PC security will never be reliable, claims Trustware, so it's developed a different approach. BufferZone separates programs into trusted (Windows and other key tools) and untrusted (browsers and download managers for example)

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    Rosetta Stone Level 1 review

    Rosetta Stone Level 1 review

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    Rosetta Stone is an easy-to-use language package that even the mostdyedin- the wool Brit will be able to manage. The software is availablein two formats: as an online course for which you pay a subscription,or as a CD-ROM

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    Adobe Production Studio Premium review

    Adobe Production Studio Premium review

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    We've looked at the Standard version of the second release of Adobe's Production Studio. The latter bundled Premiere Pro, After Effects and Photoshop CS2 into a single package, and combined them with the new Adobe Bridge software

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    Chad Brantly's iWeb Enhancer 1.1 review

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    If you're an iWeb fan, iWeb Enhancer should be music to your ears: it offers you the chance to add your own custom code - HTML, JavaScript, or whatever you want - to any web pages you create with iWeb, without having to use another web design package

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    Apple Remote Desktop 3 review

    Apple Remote Desktop 3 review

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    Upgrading software, setting preferences, running maintenance scripts - it all has to be done many times; companies with numerous Macs tend to buy a copy of Apple Remote Desktop. ARD, as it's known in the business, is a combination of tools

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    System Mechanic 6 Professional review

    System Mechanic 6 Professional review

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    As system utilities go, almost every tool needed to keep things ticking over is already available to Windows users. Those of us familiar with the regular housekeeping duties will no doubt feel the necessity of such a package is surplus to requirements

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    Citrix GoToMyPC 5.0 review

    Citrix GoToMyPC 5.0 review

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    Citrix has updated its GoToMyPC software and, while the changes are often cosmetic, version 5.0 is significantly faster than previous versions. You install the software on the Host PC and assign an identifying name and a password

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    GyazSquare GyazMail 1.3.3 review

    GyazSquare GyazMail 1.3.3 review

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    GyazMail is a lightweight Cocoa-based email client, and its Japanesecreator still considers it to be in a state of development. Despitethis, it's fully featured and worthy of consideration if you're lookingfor a new email client.

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    NetObjects Fusion 9 review

    NetObjects Fusion 9 review

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    Everyone wants their site to look like the next Amazon.com, but money talks in Web building and any feature-packed software will cost hundreds of pounds. So it's good news then that the latest NetObjects Fusion gets even better ...

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    Onbidder review

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    Attempting to win online auctions can be frustrating. Nevertheless, winning a long sought-after item for a bargain price is very satisfying and Onbidder aims to ensure that's your experience every time.

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    Spy Sweeper 4.5 review

    Spy Sweeper 4.5 review

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    With reports showing that 80 per cent of PCs have at least one unwanted program lurking somewhere, anti-virus protection alone isn't enough. For complete protection you also need an anti-spyware solution

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    Shiira review

    Shiira review

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    This is a curious web browser that, like OmniWeb, is built on Apple's WebKit. While it has its idiosyncrasies - a large tab bar for one - it does have one feature which is not replicated in any of its rival programs

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    Safari review

    Safari review

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    The latest version of Apple's Safari adds extensive support for RSS,enabling users to keep up to date with their favourite news sourceswithout visiting a ton of websites. But these facilities have not beenback-ported to versions...

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    Opera review

    Opera review

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    There was speculation recently that, in the face of Safari'sintegration into OS X, Opera Software would halt the development of Opera for the operating system. But, like Firefox, Opera 8 is advertised as a cross-platform solution

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    OmniWeb 5 review

    OmniWeb 5 review

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    Omni is one of the rare companies that has built a business model onthe concept of selling a web browser. And with competition from thefree sector, it needs to come up with something special to justify thecost of OmniWeb

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    Internet Explorer 5.2 review

    Internet Explorer 5.2 review

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    Microsoft's Internet Explorer has been the default browser for mostcomputer users for years, but after version 5.2, the company ceaseddevelopment on the Mac version. Although it was the default browser forOS X until the advent of Safari...

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    iCab review

    iCab review

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    Unusually, as well as the OS X version, iCab's developers continue tosupport OS 9, which makes it an ideal option if you want tabs and other advances on an older machine

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    Firefox review

    Firefox review

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    Firefox was started with the intention of taking the best of theMozilla browser suite and stripping it back to create a small, fast browser equally at home on any of the main operating systems.

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    Camino review

    Camino review

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    The Camino project has been running alongside the development ofMozilla almost since its inception, though recently it has been usurpedby Firefox. It's still a strong contender, and the use of Mozilla'sGecko rendering engine...

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    Softpress Freeway 4 Pro review

    Softpress Freeway 4 Pro review

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    Virtually every print designer who wants to make the transition to theweb looks for two things: a way to avoid writing code and a programthat is as close to page layout programs such as QuarkXPress and AdobeInDesign as possible

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    Apple Final Cut Studio review

    Apple Final Cut Studio review

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    For £899, Final Cut Studio may sound like a lot of cash, but for thesoftware you get, it's a worthwhile investment. By itself, Final CutPro 5 is £699 - so you may as well spend another 200 quid and get awhole lot more!

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    Finale 2006 review

    Finale 2006 review

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    The Finale music notation program has been around for more than a decade and, like Sibelius (issue 160), it evolved from a basic notator into a powerful package capable of dealing with complex scores...

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    Roxio Toast 7 Titanium review

    Roxio Toast 7 Titanium review

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    For many of us, Toast has become so indispensable that life without itis unimaginable. This may sound rather dramatic, but think about it...true isn't it? It's also hard to imagine how Roxio could improve onsuch a solid and reliable piece of software

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    Registry Mechanic 4.0 review

    Registry Mechanic 4.0 review

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    When you install most applications, they'll add a host of new entriesto your Registry: program settings, file associations, fonts, an Add/Remove Programs entry and more.

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    Spyware Doctor 3.2 review

    Spyware Doctor 3.2 review

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    You've installed a firewall and anti-virus tool, but does that meanthat you're safe online? Unfortunately, no. Spyware, browser hijackersand another annoyances still have many ways to infest your PC, andthat's why it's worth having a dedicated spyware tool

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