Review: Paragon Drive Copy 10 Personal
April 29, 2010 – 14:22 | One Comment

Paragon Drive Copy 10 Personal is a comprehensive drive management tool that makes it easy to copy files and partitions, clone entire hard drives, recover an unbootable PC, and even migrate your system to a …

Review: Norton 360 4.0
April 19, 2010 – 14:27 | Comments Off on Review: Norton 360 4.0

Norton 360 is Symantec’s family-friendly security suite, which aims to deliver all the online protection you need without the hassles, complications and confusing settings you’ll often see with other suites.
Once installed, the program launches with …

Review: Nero Multimedia Suite 10
April 9, 2010 – 18:10 | One Comment

The successor to 9 – Reloaded, Multimedia Suite 10 sees Nero take their flagship disc burning, ripping, copying, video editing, do-everything media suite in a whole new direction. While it’s still packed with updated versions …

Take the hassle out of backups with Genie Timeline Home 2.0
April 7, 2010 – 22:29 | Comments Off on Take the hassle out of backups with Genie Timeline Home 2.0
Take the hassle out of backups with Genie Timeline Home 2.0

If you avoid running backups because you typically find the software a pain to use, then you’re not alone. Most backup tools are overcomplicated, come with a host of confusing options, and take an age …

Review: Paragon Hard Disk Manager 2010 Suite
March 4, 2010 – 15:03 | One Comment

Paragon Hard Disk Manager 2010 Suite is a comprehensive collection of tools that can handle just about every hard drive-related task you might want to carry out.
The partitioning tools, for instance, are worthy of a …

Review: Laplink PCsync 6
February 8, 2010 – 15:05 | Comments Off on Review: Laplink PCsync 6

If you regularly use two or more PCs then you’ll know that sometimes it’s necessary to transfer files between them. Occasionally this is easy, and you’ll just need to copy some documents from your laptop …

Review: Acronis True Image 2010
January 30, 2010 – 23:37 | Comments Off on Review: Acronis True Image 2010

Malware, a power surge, hardware failure, buggy software, even human error – there are many ways to trash your hard drive, and in that fraction of a second all your valuable data could be gone …