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  1. Microsoft SQL Server 2014 review

    Microsoft SQL Server 2014 review

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    Cloud backup and serious speed increases for in-memory processing make SQL Server 2014 a major upgrade.

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    Office for iPad review

    Hands on: Office for iPad review

     

    More than the Office Online apps, less than Office 2013 for Windows, is Office just right for iPad?

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    Iolo System Mechanic 12.5 review

    Iolo System Mechanic 12.5 review

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    Iolo's System Mechanic 12.5 is here to help ease the arduous, painful task of optimizing your PC's performance.

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    SteamOS Beta review

    Hands on: SteamOS Beta review

     

    As Valve works away at Steam Box, its Linux-based operating system is available in beta. We installed it to see what we thought so far.

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    LibreOffice 4.1 review

    LibreOffice 4.1 review

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    A point release that satisfies in some respects, disappoints in others.

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    Apache OpenOffice 4.0 review

    Apache OpenOffice 4.0 review

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    The long-awaited update to OpenOffice improves Office compatibility and graphics handling and introduces a familiar-looking sidebar.

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    Windows 8.1 RT review

    Hands on: Windows 8.1 RT review

     

    Despite continued rumours to the contrary, Windows RT is still hanging in there. A Windows RT 8.1 update is available for it, bringing much-needed enhancements.

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    CyberLink PowerDVD 13 review

    CyberLink PowerDVD 13 review

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    However old-fashioned it may sound, now and then people still watch DVDs on their laptops. Can CyberLink's software stay popular?

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    Napster review

    Napster review

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    Unlimited listening and offline syncing means you can put as many songs as you like onto your devices. But can it beat Spotify?

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