Backing Up To The Cloud

Backing Up To The Cloud

Prevent a rainy day disaster by using Cloud services for backup These days it seems that all the online services are offering online storage space. Recently, prices have been dropping across the board with Google Drive, Dropbox, Microsoft and others slashing prices to encourage users to move services to them. Dropbox, one of the first … Read more

OnlyOffice Review

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Ben Everard reclaims his privacy with a web-based office suite he controls Whether you pay for Office 2021 or for a Microsoft 365 subscription, using Word, Excel and PowerPoint is going to cost you – and is an unnecessary expense when so much office software is available for nothing. Our favourite free Office alternative, LibreOffice, … Read more

Quadral Platinum M40 Review

Quadral Platinum M40 Review

Quadral Platinum M40 – Last time we saw a Quadral speaker, it walked off with the laurels, but can this technical tower do the same? If any loudspeaker in this group looks as if it means business it’s this one. It certainly isn’t the largest here, but with its exposed, overtly hi-tech flavored drivers the overall … Read more

1More 1MEJH0006 Review

1more 1mejh0006 Review

1More 1MEJH0006 Review – Or “Triple-Driver Over-Ear Headphones,” to put it more pleasantly As veterans of the magazine business, we’ve done extensive research over the years, and we know your eyes flicked to that score box down there before they made it up to these words. We also figure you’re probably tutting over a set of cans … Read more

The best free pdf editors 2018

Apowerpdf Review

Edit, split and merge PDFs without paying for premium software [wpsm_toplist] ApowerPDF There are two options on the ApowerPDF homepage: Launch Online and Download Desktop. Despite appearances, these aren’t the same tools. The desktop software is only a trial of a premium product, and will watermark your edited PDFs. The tool we’re using here is … Read more

Intel Hades Canyon NUC (NUC8i7HVK) Review: The ultimate power play of mini PCs

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Intel Hades Canyon NUC (NUC8i7HVK) – Intel’s Next Unit of Computing’ hardware platform has always showcased some of the chipmaker’s most interesting silicon concepts. This year, the Hades Canyon NUC represents a partnership between Intel and AMD we would have never expected — or even fathomed. [wpsm_ads2] It’s easily the smallest VR-capable PC that marries together … Read more

Etcher 1.4.4 Review

Etcher 1.4.4 Review

Les Pounder has many Raspberry Pis and this means he needs to write a lot of cards. Can this application help him save time? IN BRIEF A GUI tool to create SD cards for Raspberry Pi, and bootable USB drives for distro hoppers. Etcher has built-in safety features to minimise risk of data loss. With … Read more

Trisquel GNU/Linux 8.0 Review

Trisquel Gnu Linux 8 0 Review

The Free Software Foundation’s favourite distribution is back after a four-year hiatus Trisquel GNU/Linux 8.0 Review – You can be forgiven if you haven’t heard of Triequel; the distribution had its last stable release over four years ago. But, as the release announcement notes, the Free Software Foundation (FSF) has boon using it to run … Read more

Bluestar Linux Review

Bluestar Linux Review

An Arch-based KDE distro that’s chock full of apps. Shashank Sharma tests what appears to be a winning formula with Deskpro Edition Rolling release distros are adored and feared in equal measure. A large section of the Linux user community, particularly newbies, believe that these distros are only intended for expert hands. The distros themselves … Read more