Friday, December 25, 2009
Upon seeing the name, I had an idea what Error Expert might be. I figured it would be another program that claims to fix errors on your computer. These programs usually work by removing registry entries, cleaning up your hard drive space, etc. After taking a look at Error Expert, it appears that I am right :-D.
However, this isn't a bad thing. Error Expert could turn out to be a very good program. I don't know. That's why it's time to try it out as I type this review.
Ok, I went ahead and downloaded and installed Error Expert. It was just under 1MB. So it's a quick download and installation. I should also note that on startup, it said copyright 2007. I guess Error Expert isn't new after all like I thought. lol
Anyway, upon loading Error Expert, I went ahead and looked through the list of tools that Error Expert comes with. It's got a good amount of tools to help with your system, but I've seen better. For instance, there is a startup manager, a BHO manager, and uninstall manager. But there isn't a Registry Defrag or regular Disk Defrag, etc. It's a good feature list, but not great.
As far as how the tools perform, they all seem to perform ok. The Registry Cleaner wasn't as impressive as I thought it might be though. I've had some other programs find more errors in my Registry.
In conclusion, I guess I'm mixed about this software. It's alright, but it's not the greatest. I'm going to go ahead and recommend not bothering with this software. When it comes to Registry Cleaners and System Optimization programs, I will stick with recommending Registry Easy and Registry Winner.
Official Website Of Error Expert
Sunday, November 29, 2009
From the looks of the feature list on the website, it looks like Perfect Booster has a fairly impressive feature list. We will see how it goes though. The software just finished installing.
Ok, I went ahead and opened Perfect Booster and looked through it. It's pretty nice. It's missing a few features that some of the other Registry Cleaners have (such as a BHO manager and File Shredder). On the other hand though, there are a few features that I don't see too often. There's a shortcuts cleaner, Registry Defrag, etc.
There is also an IE Manager. This provides you with some various options to change that concern Internet Explorer. There's also a System Optimizer that presents you with various options to speed up the computer. It's a nice touch. There's also a system tools menu which has shortcuts to some of the more useful system tools on your system. For instance from there you can access RegEdit, Disk Cleanup, Disk Defrag, System Restore, etc. Nice to easily access those in one place.
As far as the tools themselves, they performed fairly well. The history cleaner especially performed well and freed up 50MB. That might not seem like a lot, but I try and clean my system daily, so the fact this much was still found to clean was impressive to me.
Overall, I'm going to go ahead and recommend people check out this software. Especially if you are looking to improve your PC Performance.
Anyway, RegTweaker makes the usual claims about it's software. I'm going to skip listing what all it claims to do and just get straight to trying out the program. I went ahead and quickly downloaded and installed RegTweaker.
Ok, I got RegTweaker open. Right on the main menu, is a button telling me to scan my system to find out the status of it. So I did that. And, it just showed me a list of all the things found that RegTweaker can fix. Well that's cool, I guess. I was hoping for some cool little color bar though telling me how my system is lol.
Anyway, while looking through RegTweaker, I see the following features. A Registry Cleaner, Junk File Cleaner, Evidence Cleaner, File Shredder, File Association Repair, IE Repair, Bad Active X Repair, System Optimizer, Application Optimizer, Internet Optimizer, Startup Manager, BHO Manager, and of course options to make backups. It's a pretty complete and impressive feature list. I would have liked to maybe see a Registry Defrag, but ah well.
As far as how the features perform, they seem to do pretty well based on the results of the scan i performed. So that's good I guess.
Hey, I noticed at the top it says Good Evening. I wonder if that's set to that based on my computer clock. If I change the clock to the morning, will it say good morning? Time to find out lol. And.. it said Good morning! Cool!. Ok I'm really easily amused lol.
But yeah in conclusion, this is an alright software program. I've seen better (such as Registry Winner), but if you are thinking of trying out RegTweaker, then go for it. It's not too bad. :)
Ok, file R/D is basically a File Deleter or File Recovery program. It basically lets you undelete files or permanently delete them. I've reviewed a couple of these in the past. So I have some experience with these programs.
Anyway, I went ahead and quickly installed file R/D. I now have it running an in-depth scan to see what all it can find. You know, I had to reformat my drive back in August. It would be amazing if this software found some of my old files I lost. But I've pretty much given up hope of ever recovering them. It's been over 3 months... it's very unlikely I could ever get those back.
File R/D is continuing to scan. I should note, File R/D lets you see what files have been found so far while the scan continues. I like that... right away I can start looking to see what files I can recover.
Ok, the scan finally finished. It found thousands of files to restore actually. Unfortunately though, most of them were just recent temporary internet files that had been deleted. No files from many months ago :(. Ah well lol.
Anyway, I actually recommend people go ahead and check out this software. Because you can do a free scan, if you are looking to recover something specific, you can do a scan first and see if File R/D can restore it, if so then there you go.
You know, in a previous review I was commenting how self-explanatory software is these days with what it's supposed to do. It's no different with Driver Finder. As you can probably guess, Driver Finder's main purpose is to find and update your computer drivers. lol
I've reviewed these type of programs in the past. To be honest, I'm not exactly sure how to go about reviewing Driver Finder. It's not like it's a full system optimization program where I can review all of the individual features. Driver Finder is simple. It scans the internet for updates to your drivers and updates them. No unnecessary extras, just straight to the point. And with this type of software, that is definitely a good thing.
As far as if it's effective, I definitely think it is. Driver Finder did a great job of finding drivers to update. Having outdated or missing drivers can cause all sorts of problems. And finding the drivers on the internet manually can be really difficult (not to mention, very boring). So a program like Driver Finder is a great program to have if you are looking to manage your drivers. That's about all there is really to say. If you need to update your drivers, check out Driver Finder.
Download link for Driver Finder.
Anyway, this software is called RegiScrub. Like I said, it's a registry cleaner, and like I said, it's time to do a RegiScrub review :-D. I went ahead and downloaded and installed RegiScrub. It was fairly easy, the download was small. So that is always good. Anyway, let's get right to the software.
I went ahead and opened RegiScrub. First reaction is that there is indeed a lot of features. I see a Registry Cleaner, Junk File Cleaner, Privacy Protection, File Destroyer, Repair Windows, Repair IE, Repair System, Memory Optimizer, System Optimizer, Startup Optimizer, Uninstall Wizard, and of course options to create various types of backups. It's a really nice feature list, one of the better feature lists I've seen in quite some time.
I'm going through and testing out each feature individually.
- The Registry Cleaner worked great.
- The Junk File Cleaner found some files that Windows Disk Cleanup never bothered to get rid of, so that's nice.
- The Privacy Protection basically deletes usage tracks for various software programs on your computer. It worked fairly well.
- The File Destroyer is basically a file shredder that will overwrite files you want to delete multiple times so that they can't be recovered. It did well.
- The Repair Windows feature was interesting. It basically has a list of various problems you might encounter with Windows and how to fix them. It's a nice list, but on the downside, the problems are pretty basic.
- The Repair System feature basically works to prevent various types of software from being installed on your computer. It reminds me of SpywareGuard. I have no idea why they called this Repair System lol.
- Repair IE basically lets you restore your start pages, has a BHO manager, etc. Fairly simple.
- The memory optimizer works well. It optimizes and frees up your computer RAM. It can be easier simply running that then just restarting your computer and regain some of your RAM.
- The system optimizer lets you change your computer settings to turn it into a certain type of computer. For instance you can have your computer use settings like an internet cafe computer, or a hotel computer. I don't know... I was expecting a bit more from "System Optimizer"
- Startup Repair lets you manage your programs that run when you start the computer. Fairly basic, no information on what each item is unfortunately. So you have to search online yourself.
- And finally the uninstall wizard basically lets you uninstall programs on your computer. It's basically like Add/Remove programs on Windows.
Anyway, this review turned out much longer then I planned lol. I do really like this software though. I'm going to go ahead and recommend this to those looking for a Registry Cleaner. Although with all the features RegiScrub has, it's more of a system optimization program in my opinion. Anyway, whatever you wanna call it, highly recommended.
Saturday, November 28, 2009
You know, so many software programs these days have names that are pretty self-explanatory when it comes to what they do. What does Password Resetter do? It resets your password of course. :) Specifically your Windows Password.
It's a rather narrow market they are going after. How many people really need to reset their windows password and have forgotten it? Not very many I'm guessing. But if you are in that situation, you should definitely take a look at this software.
From what I've seen, this software seems to work really well. The website also provides a YouTube video demonstrating it if you are skeptical, so that's worth checking out as well.
I don't have much else to say about this software. It's rather simple, but it does the job. So if you need to reset your windows password, consider checking out this software.
I was looking online and came across some new software. Or at least I think it's new. It's called Reg Fixer Pro. I figured I'd go ahead and do a Reg Fixer Pro review.
In case you couldn't tell from the name, Reg Fixer Pro is yet another registry cleaner. Reg Fixer Pro makes all the usual claims about speeding up your computer. Let's get right to trying out the program though. :)
I went ahead and quickly downloaded and installed Reg Fixer Pro. It's a quick download, so even if you are on dial-up you shouldn't worry about downloading it.
Upon opening Reg Fixer Pro, it asked me if I would like to create a restore point. I like that... Registry Cleaners can sometimes be careless and make changes to your system that it shouldn't. It's nice that Reg Fixer Pro gave me the option before I do anything to make a restore point on my system.
Anyway... continuing on. As I look at the main screen my first thought is wow, where are the features? It looks like it's a registry cleaner and absolutely nothing more. I don't see any startup manager, no registry defrag, no regular defrag, nothing. It's a very very basic scanner.
I went ahead and ran a scan. The scan was pretty quick. I looked through the registry errors found, I didn't see anything found that shouldn't have been found. Overall, the results look to be about average or above average.
But yeah... I don't know what else to say about this software lol. In closing, like I said, it has very little additional features. The scanner itself is alright, but that's about all there is to this software. If you are looking for a good registry cleaner, check out my Registry Winner and Registry Easy review. Go ahead and pass on this one.
Download Link if you're interested...
Reg Fixer Pro
Thursday, November 19, 2009
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Tuesday, October 20, 2009
What is TidySongs? TidySongs is basically software that will help you with organizing your songs. It can be difficult keeping your music organized. Often times the artists or titles in your song files will be misspelled, inaccurate or even completely missing. In addition, your song files may be missing album art, genre information, etc.
Now, this is where TidySongs comes in. TidySongs will help you add album art, rename genres, remove duplicates, fix spelling errors, etc. It's a really handy tool.
One thing I noticed is that TidySongs has it's own online database. That is how TidySongs goes about fixing your songs. The song is searched for in the TidySongs online database, and then the data is downloaded to fix your song information. It's simple, but very effective.
Also, one thing I really liked was the option to have TidySongs fix your songs all at once. That way instead of going song by song, you can simple have TidySongs fix all of your songs while you sleep or go to work. It's so much easier then fixing your music manually. And it's a lot better then iTunes and other music players attempts to fix your song files.
But yeah, in wrapping this up, I can't say enough about TidySongs. I absolutely love it, and if any of the readers are music lovers, this is a must-have in my opinion. Good luck!
Friday, October 16, 2009
So what is Wizard Uninstaller? Wizard Uninstaller looks to be a program that will help you uninstall programs on your computer. Some people might be wondering why download something like that when Windows comes with Add/Remove Programs. The answer though is that Add/Remove Programs isn't always effective. Sometimes it has a hard time removing programs. In addition I've found some programs installed to not even be listed. Wizard Uninstaller is for when you are having a hard time removing programs.
I went ahead and downloaded and installed Wizard Uninstaller. Thankfully it's a quick download and installation.
Anyway, upon opening Wizard Uninstaller. You basically see the list of programs on your computer that you can uninstall. There are multiple ways to sort the list of programs. For instance, you can sort them by size, publisher, etc. There is also a search feature. Oh how I wish Add/Remove Programs had that.
I should note, Wizard Uninstaller also features a 1-click uninstall. So you can quickly and easily uninstall programs you don't need. I really like this feature especially.
Well, that's about all I really have to say about Wizard Uninstaller. I really like it. I've reviews a couple other program uninstallers, and I think Wizard Uninstaller is my favorite. So if you are looking for something to replace Add/Remove programs, consider checking out Wizard Uninstaller.
File Helper is a program that claims to fix file errors on your computer. For instance, sometimes there might be a file type that you are unable to open. Perhaps you are receiving an error when attempting to open the file? File Helper claims to be the answer to this problem.
I went ahead and quickly downloaded and installed File Helper. I should note, File Helper appears to need to connect to the internet in order to scan your computer. I was a bit concerned about this at first, but it looks to be ok.
When you open File Helper, you will basically see an opening screen giving you the option to scan your computer. The scan just takes about a minute. For me, it found 80 solutions for various file errors that were found.
There really isn't much else to say about File Helper. I'm sure readers are wondering well does it work? For some file errors, it did a good job. For other errors, it didn't. This is really one of those programs that you need to try for yourself and see if it works for you or not.
Anyway, in conclusion, if you are having some file extension errors, go ahead and try this program out. Its a small download, and maybe you will have success with it.
Wednesday, October 14, 2009
RegAce looks to be your typical Registry Cleaner. The company claims that RegAce will fix many computer problems. It's time to test out RegAce and find out if this is true. :) I went ahead and quickly downloaded and installed RegAce. So now it's time to open it up and take a look.
My first thought looking at RegAce is wow this is kind of an ugly interface. lol I hate to be picky, but it's just too colorful and looks like a child designed it.
In looking through RegAce, it looks like there aren't very many additional features. There is a Startup Manager, but that's really about it. For a Registry Cleaner to be above the rest, it needs more then just a Registry Cleaner and a Startup Item. Most Registry Cleaners have many other features.
Ok, I went ahead and ran a scan with RegAce. The scan results were about average. Could be better, could be worse. Either way, it was just average.
In wrapping this up, I'm not at all impressed with RegAce. My advice? Stick with Registry Easy or Registry Winner.
I noticed the RegInOut company website looks professional for the most part. They make the usual claims about RegInOut being number 1. I'll be the judge of that ;). Thankfully the download and installation was quick. Time to open up RegInOut.
Ok, my first thought when opening up RegInOut is that it has a nice clean interface. You don't realize how bad some of the Registry Cleaners look until you look at a Registry Cleaner with a really nice interface. Anyway, time to start the Registry Scan.
While the Registry Cleaner is scanning, I should note that the additional features with this program appear to be at a minimum. There is a Startup Manager, but that's about it.
The scan finished. Unfortunately, the number of Registry Errors found appears to be below average. Although I should note, RegInOut also found some shortcuts on the computer that are invalid. I guess RegInOut isn't just a Registry Scanner.
In conclusion, I'm not that impressed with RegInOut. The interface is nice, but that's about it. The amount of additional features is minimum. In addition, the scanner isn't very impressive. For now I'll still stick to recommending Registry Easy or Registry Winner.
Monday, October 12, 2009
So what is WindoClear? According to the official website, WindoClear helps you protect your online privacy. How does it do that? Based on the website alone, I'm not exactly sure lol. Anyway, it's time to install it and see if it's any good.
Ok, I went ahead and quickly downloaded and installed WindoClear. It was a quick download and installation thankfully. So now it's time to open up WindoClear.
Upon opening WindoClear, it looks like it's a pretty simple program. There are a few buttons. There is "Scan Now", "Clean Options", "Configuration", and "About". All of those are pretty self-explanatory.
Looking through WindoClear, this appears to just be a history cleaner. WindoClear goes through you computer hard drive looking for old history tracks to remove. I was expecting a bit more to be honest.
I went ahead and ran a scan. WindoClear performed well, even though it's pretty basic.
One thing I should add, WindoClear has an option to wipe your free space on the computer. If you don't know what this means, let me explain.
When you delete a file, it rarely is deleted right away. Instead, your computer marks the file to delete later on. This is why some File Recovery programs will be able to recover recently deleted files. Your computer will get around to actually deleting the file when disk space is low and your computer actually needs that space.
So back to Wiping your free space. What this feature does is basically create a large file on your computer to temporarily lower your free disk space. This way the computer goes ahead and gets rid of those old files that you deleted.
In wrapping up this review, WindoClear is an okay program. I was expecting a bit more, but the feature to Wipe your free space is a nice feature that most utility programs seem to forget. If you are looking for a basic history cleaner, consider checking out WindoClear. If you are looking for a full utility program or some type of program to speed up your PC, consider another program such as Registry Winner or Registry Easy.
Once more, here is the download link:
Wednesday, August 5, 2009
However, I am going to keep this really simple. SpyZooka costs money... SpyZooka is an anti-spyware program. Many of the top anti-spyware programs don't cost money. So to spend money on SpyZooka, there's going to have to be something spectacular with it for me to buy it. So is there anything spectacular? I sure didn't see anything spectacular with SpyZooka. In fact, the detection is just average at best.
My advice? Download a free scanner like Ad-Aware, and use the money you considered for SpyZooka to buy Registry Winner. It's got a lot of tools that will help in speeding up your computer, it will do a lot more then SpyZooka could ever do.
Saturday, July 25, 2009
I took a look once at Total Uninstaller, so I figure why not look at Final Uninstaller. They have similar names, and they are very similar programs. The purpose of Final Uninstaller is to uninstall programs on your computer. Maybe you are having a hard time removing a program, or maybe the uninstaller isn't cleaning up all of the program. Either way, that's where Final Uninstaller comes in.
As far as the download itself. It's pretty small. The installer is just 2.5MB. Then again, for these system utility type of programs, they usually aren't very big.
I am now looking at the main interface. There are two tabs at the top. There is remnants, and installed programs. You can pretty much guess what each of those mean.
Anyway, I went ahead and spent some time looking around on Final Uninstaller. Here are a couple cool things I've found.
- On the remnants screen, you can scan for remnants of programs on your computer. Then you can view detailed information of all of the files and registry keys left behind from a previously uninstalled program.
- If an uninstallation has failed, there is an option in the program to submit the program for review to the creators of Final Uninstaller, so they can fix it and provide a program update. Now that's some nice customer service.
Overall, I'm impressed with Final Uninstaller. If you are looking for good program uninstaller, I highly recommend checking this program out. Good luck!
Once more, here's the link to download Final Uninstaller.
Edit (August 2009): Final Uninstaller is now being offered in a software bundle called Aca Utilities with 14 other programs for the price of 1. I highly recommend spending the extra bit of money to receive the other programs.
Friday, July 24, 2009
You know, usually I would suggest trying out software before deciding if it's worth purchasing instead of simply going by how the company acts. But in this case, I'm going to make an exception.
The History Cleaner website is bullshit. But here's the highlight:
"Most people are shocked when we tell them that every single thing you do on your computer is permanently stored in hidden files on your hard drive."
Um... Not Even Close.
You know... companies generally exaggerate from time to time about things. It happens so often, that it isn't a big deal to me. But the one thing that I cannot stand is when a company flat out lies to people and tries to scare them into downloading their software. That pisses me off so much.
Because of the behavior alone of this company, I am going to suggest you stay away from History Cleaner. If you are looking for a good file cleaner, just go with one of the registry cleaners. I recommend Registry Winner specifically. It has a history cleaner among many other features. You can check out my review of Registry Winner here.
Anyway. I'm going to take a look at Content Cleaner and do a Content Cleaner Review.
Upon first hearing the name, I figured this was a history cleaner for your computer. Well, I was wrong. Content Cleaner is a software program designed to scan your computer for porn and remove it.
I'm sure many of the guys are thinking they better hide this from their wives, but don't worry, this is for parents to use. :) Although... nothing is stopping wives from using this too I guess. :)
Actually, after looking more at the website, it appears they also target another type of user, those who look at porn and want to hide it. :). Perhaps you've been looking at porn on your work computer, you might want to clean that up so your boss doesn't get upset. So I mean, there are legitimate purposes to using this software besides parents using it.
Anyway, six paragraphs in and I'm finally going to talk about the software. After taking a look at Content Cleaner. I was impressed. It didn't blow me away, but Content Cleaner seems to work. How Content Cleaner works is, it scans for certain skin-tone levels that might indicate the image is sexual. Then you can see which files were found and go from there on removing them. It's impressive technology, but no surprise, there are some false positives. So don't be surprised if something Content Cleaner finds turns out to be just a normal picture.
In all, if you have no use for this software, then I don't know why you'd want to bother with it. But if you are a parent looking to remove porn from the family computer, a person trying to hide their web viewing from their boss or spouse, you may want to check out Content Cleaner. Good luck!
Link to Content Cleaner.
You know... I really wish I had came across this software a few days ago. I recently had to backup my files and reinstall Windows XP. It took forever to back everything up. I really should have came across this program earlier and removed some of the duplicate files that I'm sure I backed up. Ah well... :) Anyway... onto the review.
Duplicate File Cleaner is exactly what it sounds like. Duplicate File Cleaner goes through your hard drive and looks for duplicate files, that way you can remove them and store disk space. Everyone always focuses on cleaning your history to clean up disk space, but not too many people decide to try cleaning duplicate files. So this is a great idea in my opinion.
Anyway, the Duplicate File Cleaner install is small, just over 1MB. So it's a quick download and installation. So let's get right to opening the program.
Upon opening Duplicate File Cleaner, I see a few buttons at the top. Basic, Outlook, Music, Pictures, etc. They are basically buttons that take you to the scanning options to scan for duplicate files of different types. For instance, when it comes to pictures, you have the option of looking for picture files of the same byte size. With music you can look for files with the same name that are only MP3's, etc. There's a lot of different options basically for finding Duplicate Files.
I must say, I'm impressed with this software. It's a nice way to go about freeing up hard drive space, or even just organizing your computer more. So if you are looking to free up hard drive space, and you have already tried clearing your computer cache, I recommend checking out Duplicate File Cleaner.
Link to Duplicate File Cleaner
Edit (August 2009): Duplicate File Cleaner is now being offered in a bundle called ACA Utilities with 14 other programs for the price of one. I highly recommend spending the extra bit of money to receive the other programs.
If you have a blog or website, you may often like to write articles and post them on various article websites. This is one way to reach more people with your writing and introduce people to your website. However, it can take a long time to submit to article websites. Sometimes in an hour you could only maybe submit articles to 10 websites or so. That's where Article Submitter comes in.
Article Submitter is basically software that will submit your articles to all of these different article submission sites for you. Article Submitter has a long list of article sites in it's database. You set up accounts for each article site, enter in all of the information to the Article Submitter program (Including your article details), and then Article Submitter submits your articles to all of the different websites one by one.
I must say, I absolutely love Article Submitter. It is expensive, but it really speeds things up if you like to submit articles to various websites. I can't imagine just how long it would take to manually submit your article to 300+ websites.
Anyway, in wrapping this up. I know this review probably appeals to a very small group of my readers, but if you're interested in submitting articles to websites, I highly recommend this software. Good luck!
Once more, here is the link to Article Submitter.
Monday, July 20, 2009
You can probably already guess what Evidence Nuker does. It cleans your junk files on your computer. There are a few highlights on the Evidence Nuker website lol. Among them, a testimonial from a women who used Evidence Nuker to hide her cybersex activity, and an Evidence Nuker July challenge that challenges you to try the product and see if there are less then 100 items found. I could clean my history and then do that challenge, but I really don't care enough too :).
Anyway, as far as Evidence Nuker itself, it's got all the usual features of a program for cleaning your tracks. It cleans your Internet Browsing history, Recent Documents, Run History, Recycle Bin, etc. It covers all of the usual areas. In addition, I like the file shredder it includes for overwriting files before deleting them, making it difficult for recovery software to recover the files you deleted. Overall, Evidence Nuker seems to perform very well.
Anyway, If you are really concerned about your privacy, you may want to check this program out. It seems to be one of the better evidence cleaners. Good luck!
Once more, here's the link to download Evidence Nuker.
After looking at RegistrySmart, I honestly don't recommend this product. There are a few reasons why, but here are specifically a couple.
- The feature list with RegistrySmart is really lacking. Yeah there is also a startup manager, but that's about it. There are a lot of Registry Cleaners these days that come with many other additional features that RegistrySmart does not come with. What about a Registry Defrag? Junk file cleaner? etc.
- There is some debate among security professionals if RegistrySmart is safe or not. It appears some programs are detecting it as spyware. Unfortunately, I cannot confirm if it is indeed spyware or not.
Even if RegistrySmart turns out to be safe for your computer, it just doesn't have enough for me to consider recommending it. If you are looking for a good registry cleaner, check out Registry Winner. It's one of my favorites.
If you write a really popular wordpress blog, then I highly recommend this Wordpress Membership plugin.
What this plug-in does is basically let you create membership levels for your Wordpress blog.
For instance, you can make it so people have to pay to obtain certain access to your Wordpress blog. This could be useful in many different ways. Perhaps you are posting very valuable information in your blog that you feel people should pay for. This will fix that so you can get some money from your Wordpress blog. Perhaps you want to release software to people who pay per month, then you can set it up to release the software in those posts that users have to pay to access to. It's a pretty neat plugin.
Only downside is, the plugin costs a lot of money. But if you have a popular blog, you should get that money back from income you make through memberships. So check it out. :) I highly recommend this plugin!
Link to the plugin. :)
PC Tattletale is used for the same purpose basically. For parents to spy on their children. Although that is what the website is aimed for, there is still nothing stopping it from people using it on their spouses, or bosses using it on their employees.
Some of the features PC Tattletale has are MySpace monitoring, KeyStroke Recording, Chat Recorder, Screenshot Recording, Web History Monitoring, etc. All the features you would expect in Spy Software comes with PC Tattletale.
So how does it compare to Win Spy Software? I honestly don't see much difference between the two programs in terms of features.
Ok, I'm done keeping my opinions out of this. I was looking through the PC Tattletale website, one of the questions listed on it's frequently asked questions page was "Isn't it wrong to spy on my kids?". That is up for a parent to decide. But of course, the PC Tattletale website says no it's not wrong and makes it's argument. Here are some highlights of the PC Tattletale argument, and my own rebuttals.
" It's only a matter of time until your child is exposed to things, people or situations that they shouldn't. "
- Not necessarily. And if you actually spend time with your children while they are on the computer, then you can be right there to protect them. If you're using spy software on your child who's 6, then your 6 year old child shouldn't be on the internet alone in the first place. If you're using it on your child who's 15, then it's your job to teach them how to handle situations like that.
"When you are monitoring your child's online activities, you're not spying"
- Um... yes you are. Dictionary.com definition of spying: "One who secretly keeps watch on another or others." Isn't that what this is?
"To those people who might disagree with us and insist that using a software like PC Tattletale is "spying"; to them we say "If i keeps your child safe, so what? If "spying" on what your kids do online, helps keeps them and my family safe, then no harm no foul."
- By that logic, if locking yourself in your house for the rest of your life and never leaving your house again keeps you safe, then so what? Horrible horrible logic.
Let's look at more highlights...
"I want to protect my children, but I feel guilty spying on them. We understand, but to put it very bluntly - you need to get over it. The Internet is NOT a safe place for children to venture alone."
- No shit it's not a safe place for children to venture alone! So don't let them!
"It's a harsh question to ask, but how "guilty" are you going to fee if you don't monitor their activities and something bad happens?""
- How guilty are you going to feel if your children find out and ask why their own parents don't trust them?
"Should I tell my kids that I am monitoring them? It's a matter of personal choice and should be determined by the kind of relationship you have with your child."
- Just like the use of this software to begin with!
"Will I need to configure my Anti-Spy ware / Anti Virus to ignore PC Tattletale. Most likely. Today many anti virus and anti-spy ware manufactures are becoming increasingly overzealous in identifying perceived "threats," and many care more about their profits then your child's online safety."
- Anti-Spyware companies care more about their profits? This coming from the company that is charging $50 for their software. And the top Anti-Spyware removers have free versions, so there goes the profit argument. And god forbid software that can record my credit card numbers and be given to strangers is considered a threat to my security.
In ending this review, I need to take a deep breath lol. The thing that pisses me off is PC Tattletale trying to scare parents into buying their spy software. Right on the main page is a link that says click if you've decided not to order yet, which takes you to a CBS news video about children on the internet. Come on...
If you want to use software like this on your children, that is your decision. If you were reading this review just to know if PC Tattletale works or not, it does. It works and has a lot of features. But please consider Win Spy Software over PC Tattletale. The features are the same, it's cheaper, and Win Spy Software isn't trying to tell you how to do their job. Because really, do you want some software company telling you how to raise your child and then taking your money?
Win Spy Software
Edit: After looking over the PC Tattletale website more, they actually have some pretty good internet articles for parents. The ones that aren't just setups for their software anyway. If they actually stopped trying to tell scare people into buying their product, I'd have no problem with this company, and if they ever fix their website, I will remove my rant.
Sunday, July 19, 2009
I don't need to make this a long review. After taking a look at MalwareRemovalBot, just stay away from it. Don't go near it.
MalwareRemovalBot is another program that displays false positives to get you to buy their software. It seems like the majority of anti-spyware programs that cost money do this to scare you into buying their product. Don't let MalwareRemovalBot do this to you!
If you are looking for a good spyware remover, go with Ad-Aware. It's one of the best, and it's free. :) MalwareRemovalBot also claims to boost your PC Performance, if you are looking for a good program that actually does that, check out my review of Registry Winner.
This is kind of a tricky review for me. I don't really agree with using software like this, but I know some people believe it may be justified in some cases. So I am going to try to go ahead and keep my opinion out of this and just stick to reviewing how well the product does it's purpose.
If you don't know what Win Spy Software is, Win Spy Software basically lets you see what someone is doing on your computer when you are not around. What are some uses for that? Well some parents use it to spy on their children and make sure their children are staying safe on the internet. Other people use it to see if their spouse is cheating on them. Some bosses use it to make sure their employees are actually working. There are many different uses for a product like this. Like I said, I'm going to keep my opinions out of this.
Anyway, I went ahead and took a look at Win Spy Software. Win Spy Software does do it's job very well. It can take screen captures of the computer, record what keys are typed, record the webcam if it's used, it can even record attempts to try to install anti-spy software. Additionally, if you are a parent for instance, you can check from another computer and go online to see what your child is doing. For it's purpose, Win Spy Software is pretty effective.
Like I said though, whether it is ok for a parent or spouse to do this is up for debate. If you are against ever using software like this, then I'm sure either way you aren't going to try Win Spy Software. But if you are looking for a product like this to buy, Win Spy Software is one of the best. Good luck!
Once more, here is the link to download Win Spy Software.
Friday, July 17, 2009
One of the easiest ways to free up disk space these days is by clearing up your junk files on your computer. Unfortunately, a lot of people forget to do this these days. In addition, even if you do this, you usually won't get all of the junk files. Clearing your Temporary Internet Files just doesn't get all of them, what about your regular Temp Files? What about MRU's? Etc. Truthfully, it would take a long time to manually go through and clean up your junk files. That's where WinClear comes in.
WinClear basically does all of this for you. It scans your computer for junk files and then goes about deleting them. In addition, it also cleans Registry Streams, Windows Fragmented Files, Auto Complete Data, and even the Index.Dat file which is extremely difficult to delete manually since it's locked.
One thing I also like about WinClear is the FileShredder. What this does is basically overwrite the data multiple times before deleting it. This is perfect for those worried about their privacy or companies that want to make sure company info doesn't fall into the wrong hands, etc. Think of it like before throwing out a piece of paper, you take a pen and draw over it a bunch of times. That's what this is like. Very cool.
In all, like I said, I really like WinClear and figured I would go ahead and do a post about it. If you are looking to protect your privacy or just even want to clear up some free space on your computer, I highly recommend checking WinClear out. Good luck!
Once more, here is the link to download WinClear.
PC OnPoint markets itself to be a Registry Cleaner, and that's exactly what it is. But when I tried it out, the Registry Cleaner just didn't perform very well. In addition, I wasn't very impressed with this software.
There's been a lot of people asking about this product, so I figured I would quickly do a post and give my thoughts about it. If you are looking for a good Registry Cleaner, I'm still going to recommend Registry Winner. You can read my review of Registry Winner here.
Basically, MemAgent is a Memory Optimizer Software. If you are low on RAM, you know how frustrating it can be for your computer to slow down. MemAgent looks to fix that by freeing up RAM.
So how does MemAgent do? It seems to do pretty well actually. Not only that though, but MemAgent also attempts to improve your net connection, clean your temp files, Optimize Windows Settings, Defrag Windows, and other processes through it's software. It also seems pretty simple to use, something that is important so that even those not into computers will be able to use it.
Overall, I recommend checking out the MemAgent website and seeing if you think it's for you. Good luck!
In case you missed it, here is the site link again.
Anyway, time to do a RegZooka Regiew. RegZooka is another Registry Cleaner. RegZooka's website makes the usual claims about it improving your computer performance. It's time to find out how it does though. I went ahead and installed RegZooka.
Ok, I went ahead and tested RegZooka out. It's not a bad program. The Registry Cleaner did well, in addition, RegZooka also has a nice Registry Defrag and a Startup Manager. Registry Defrag is quickly becoming one of the more necessary features needed these days and a Startup Manager is easily one of the biggest ways to improve your PC start time. It's nice to see that RegZooka has both.
I should also note, the RegZooka website has an icon up acknowledging that they are accredited by the BBB. That is a great reassurance to have for customers. Too many software companies these days pop up overnight and try to scam you. It's nice to see that this company has been around a few years.
In all, if you are looking for a good Registry Cleaner, you may want to check this one out. Good luck!
In case you missed it, here is the download link.
Convert Genius basically lets you convert files between various multiple file formats. For instance, if you can't play WMV Files for some reason, you can convert them to MPEG, AVI, etc. Those aren't the only ones though, you can also convert between DVD, VCD, SVCD, MOV, RM, 3GP, MP2, MP3, AC3, RA, M4A, OGG, AAC, etc. It's a pretty impressive program.
Going into trying Convert Genius, I was excited about trying Convert Genius out, but I was also worried that it might be difficult to figure out. Programs like Convert Genius tend to be very difficult to learn. Thankfully though, Convert Genius was pretty easy to figure out, and even those who don't know a lot about computers should have no problem with Convert Genius.
I'm very happy with Convert Genius and I think I'm going to use it for now on whenever I need to convert files. I highly recommend checking it out.
Also, I should note, ACA Utilities has an incredible deal going. They are offering 15 software programs in a bundle to download online. I mention this because Convert Genius is one of the programs in that bundle. So if you are considering buying Convert Genius, you may want to buy it in the bundle at ACA Utilities.
Anyway, If you decide to try Convert Genius, good luck!
Once more, here is the link to download Convert Genius. And here is the link to ACA Utilities which has that bundle I mentioned.
Basically, ACA Utilities is offering multiple software programs for $47 a year. Now... $47 a year may sound like a lot of money. But not when you realize just what all is included.
According to the ACA Utilities website, here is what all is included. Registry Easy, Perfect Uninstaller, Driver Checker, Spyware Cease, Advanced Defrag, Duplicate File Cleaner, Final Sync, Memory Savior, Final Uninstaller, Evidence Smart, Easy Launcher, Convert Genius, Cookbook Easy, Convert My PDF, Recoveryer.
Let's take a look at what each of them does.
Registry Easy - A Registry Cleaner that I have reviewed in the past and which I really really liked. Registry Easy basically works towards speeding up your computer
Perfect Uninstaller - Another program that I have reviewed in the past and also really liked. Perfect Uninstaller is a program used for uninstalling programs that you are having a hard time removing with the simple add/remove manager. Very handy tool to have on your computer.
Driver Checker - Yet another program I've reviewed in the past. I liked this one as well. Driver Checker scans your computer for updated drivers and downloads them for you. Makes downloading drivers really simple.
Spyware Cease - I don't think I've done a full review of Spyware Cease in the past. I normally don't recommend paying for a Spyware Remover. But since this program comes with the bundle, I guess it's worth checking out. It's a rather average spyware remover.
Advanced Defrag - Advanced Defrag is used for defragging your computer. This is another program I have reviewed in the past and another which I really like. Defragging your computer basically speeds up the time your computer spends opening files when you access them. Windows comes with a Disk Defrag, but it's average at best.
Duplicate File Cleaner - I just reviewed Duplicate File Cleaner a couple weeks back actually. Duplicate File Cleaner will find duplicate files on your computer and remove them so you can save hard drive space. It's pretty cool.
Final Uninstaller - I reviewed this program as well. It's very similar to Perfect Uninstaller. I'm not exactly sure why they included both in the bundle. Personally, I liked Perfect Uninstaller a bit better.
Evidence Smart - I reviewed this program way back in February. I wasn't too impressed with Evidence Smart back then. It works to free up your junk files on the computer. But it wasn't that impressive. Most of what it did can be done with Registry Easy.
Memory Savior - I've yet to post a full separate blog review this program. I need to make a note to do so. But for now I'll say that I like Memory Savior. Memory Saviors purpose is to free up your computer RAM. My computer has 1GB of RAM, but I swear even that's not always enough these days lol.
Easy Launcher - Easy Launcher is used to make it easier for users to manage applications and desktop shortcuts. I've yet to do a full separate review for this program. It's a rather interesting program, but it personally didn't fit my tastes too much. I dunno, maybe other people will like it?
Final Sync - Final Sync is basically a backup utility. It synchronizes your important files to desktops, USB flash drives, etc. Ugh, I should have used this a couple weeks back when I had to backup my computer, lol. But anyway, good program.
Convert Genius - Convert Genius is used to convert file types between various programs. For instance maybe you want to convert a WAV file to a MP3? Or maybe you want to switch the file format for certain video files you have. That's what Convert Genius is for. I tried it last month and I really liked it.
Cookbook Easy - This program is so out of place in this bundle, lol. Cookbook Easy is a program that lets you manage and share cooking recipes. I guess it's a good program, but I'm into technology, not cooking. So my opinion on Cookbook Easy doesn't mean much, lol.
Convert My PDF - Convert My PDF allows you to convert your PDF Files into various documents. I don't think I ever did a full review of Convert My PDF in the past. It's a nice program, but not many people will probably need to use it.
Recoveryer - Recoveryer is a program to undelete files you may have accidentally deleted. When you delete files from the recycle bin, they aren't usually immediately removed from the computer. So sometimes these type of programs can recover them. Personally, I didn't have much luck with Recoveryer in undeleting anything useful, but maybe others will have better luck.
By my count, that is 15 programs for the price of one. I am amazed that ACA Utilities are offering that many programs for that price. $47 may sound like a lot, but if you have the money, I HIGHLY recommend going and ordering that deal. That is an amazing list of software, and I think it would do great in speeding up and taking care of your computer.
Here is the link once more to the ACA Utilities deal.
Reimage.com is basically another tool to repair your computer but with one different. Reimage.com works through the internet! Instead of buying some software to do this, you pay for a single repair and Reimage.com attempts to fix your computer errors. It's a pretty cool service, one of which I haven't really come across before.
If you are having errors with your computer, and you don't have the money to buy a full system optimization program, you may want to go check out Reimage.com.
I went ahead and downloaded and installed ErrorWiz. Thankfully it didn't take very long to do both. So with that let's get right to opening up the software.
Ok, upon looking at the software, I see a few features. It does indeed look like ErrorWiz is a Registry Cleaner. But, I also see a few additional features. It looks like ErrorWiz also has an Uninstall Manager, BHO Manager, Startup List Manager, Error Fix Tool, And a Virtual Memory tool.
You know, I think it's kinda neat that there is a Virtual Memory tool. I rarely see that in Registry Cleaners these days.
Anyway, I went ahead and ran a scan with ErrorWiz. It found the usual number of Registry Errors that most Registry Cleaners seem to find. So in all, I'd say the performance is above average.
Well, I guess I'm going to end this post. I think I'll go ahead and recommend ErrorWiz. The Registry Cleaner may not be the absolute best, but it's got some nice additional features. Those looking to speed up their PC will especially like the Virtual Memory Tool and the Error Fix tool.
Here is the link to download ErrorWiz.
I must say, I really like PC Booster. PC Booster seems to have all of the features of a typical system optimization program. Automatic Tuneup, Auto-recover your memory, Boost Your Internet Speed, Clean up Junk Files, etc. It's got a really nice feature list.
One thing I should also mention that I noticed is if you buy PC Booster soon, they will throw in a couple bonuses. One of them was some type of special report for making your PC even faster, the other bonus was an internet radio player I think. I'm not sure though cause I didn't get a chance to look at it. I considered mentioning this deal only in my newsletter but I figured what the hell and thought I'd mention it now.
Either way, I recommend checking out PC Booster if you have a slow computer. Good luck!
If you don't know what RegGenie is, RegGenie is another Registry Cleaner that is available on the market. RegGenie claims to have the usual features, so let's just get right to the chase and download it.
I went ahead and downloaded and installed RegGenie. The download was just 3.1MB. So even if you use Dial-Up, the download and installation shouldn't take more then just a few minutes. So anyway, with that, I am going to go ahead and open RegGenie.
Ok, First thing I notice with RegGenie is that it does appear to focus mostly on your Computer Registry. It doesn't look like there are a lot of other tools, it just goes straight to fixing your computer errors by going to the computer registry. However, RegGenie does include a Registry Defrag which is a nice feature and not all other Registry Cleaners include that.
Also I should note that a Startup Manager does come with RegGenie as well, but that's about it as far as additional tools.
Anyway, I went ahead and tested the features. The Registry Scanner performed very well and found a lot of errors. I am impressed. And like I said, the Registry Defrag is also a nice feature that I like.
I should also note, RegGenie features a Registry Backup. That way if you are worried about RegGenie making changes to your Computer Registry, you can back up the Registry before hand and completely undo any of the changes RegGenie makes. So don't worry about giving RegGenie control of your Registry like that.
In all, I think I will go ahead and recommend RegGenie. It may not have all of the features that other System Optimization programs have, but for a Registry Cleaner, RegGenie seems like a nice choice. Good luck!
Here is the link to download RegGenie.
The first thing that caught my eye when I saw the RegTool website was the feature list. It appears that RegTool has quite the feature list. However, I am going to download RegTool and see for myself if it truly has all of these features or not.
So anyway, I went ahead just now and downloaded and installed RegTool. Thankfully it's not a really large download and just takes a minute to download and install, after that I went ahead and opened RegTool.
My first thought when opening RegTool is wow, it really does have a lot of features. It looks like all of the features you might expect in a System Optimization program are here. Theres the Registry Cleaners, Junk Cleaner, Evidence Cleaner, BHO Manager, Uninstall Manager, Memory Tweaker, Disk Defrag, Error Repair, etc. Seems like the list is endless.
Also especially nice is a feature that lets you block certain Active X Plug-ins from installing onto your system. It basically is a way to protect yourself from spyware. Considering how obsessed I am with keeping my computer secure, I like that. :)
In trying all the tools in RegTool, they all appear to do well. The Registry Cleaner and Junk File cleaner performed as expected. And of course the Memory Tweaker and Error Repair are also very useful.
In all, I really like RegTool. It's got an awesome feature list and all the features appear to perform well. I'm going to go ahead and recommend this software. Good luck!
Once more, here is the link to download and install RegTool.
Thursday, July 16, 2009
Anyway, looking at the ErrorFix website, it appears that ErrorFix is another Registry Cleaner that is on the market. Based on the website though, ErrorFix looks pretty impressive. It looks like it has a lot of features. Anyway, it's time to download and install it.
Ok, I went ahead and downloaded and installed ErrorFix. There were multiple versions, so I went ahead and installed the full ErrorFix version. The download was just 3MB, so it was a fairly quick download and installation, so now it's time to open ErrorFix.
Ok, I now am looking at ErrorFix. Wow, I see a lot of features. There is the Registry Cleaner, Junk Files cleaner, Evidence cleaner, PC Optimizer, Block Bad Active X feature, Error Repair, Re-register Active X, Tweak Memory, Smart Disk Defrag, Optimize Internet, Update Windows, Startup Manager, BHO Manager etc. This is quite a feature list and I'm very impressed.
I went ahead and looked at some of the tools with ErrorFix and they all performed very well. I especially love the Block Bad Active X Feature. What that basically does is block bad Active X files from installing onto your system. It's basically a way to prevent a lot of different types of spyware from getting onto your system. Nice.
The Tweak Memory feature is also nice. It lets you free up a lot of RAM on your system.
In all, I really like ErrorFix and I'm glad I tried it out. Although it's marketed as a Registry Cleaner, it's much more then that and seems to be a full system optimization program. ErrorFix looks like the perfect tool for keeping your computer up to speed. I highly recommend it. Good luck!
Once more, here is the link.
Tuesday, July 14, 2009
So yeah, anyway, I spent some time looking over SpamWeed, and I must say, I'm pretty impressed with SpamWeed.
Basically, SpamWeed works with Microsoft Outlook, Thunderbird, Eudora, Incredibmail, and all POP3 E-mail clients. So if you use any of those programs then you can definitely use SpamWeed.
Honestly, I'm not exactly sure how to describe SpamWeed. But basically, it helps reduce the amount of spam you receive. SpamWeed does this many different ways. For instance, I noticed there are multiple filters you can use for your incoming e-mail. You can filter out e-mails in other languages, filter out e-mails containing certain keywords, filter out e-mails from certain addresses, etc. It's pretty cool.
A couple other things worth pointing out is SpamWeed also tries to identify e-mails that may have potential viruses, so in a way, it also helps in preventing virus infections. Considering how into Computer Security I am, I like that feature. :-D
Overall though my favorite feature of SpamWeed is the feature I mentioned earlier about filtering out e-mails with certain keywords. Seriously, think of how many spam e-mails you get about viagra, sex, etc. Just add those keywords to the filter list, and those spam e-mails are all filtered out just like that. That's quite a time saver.
Anyway, in conclusion I really like SpamWeed and I definitely recommend it if you are having problems with spam and you use Microsoft Outlook or any of the other programs that SpamWeed supports. Good luck!
Once more, here is the link to download SpamWeed.
RegCross appears to be another Registry Cleaner. When you visit the RegCross website, you see lots of red crosses. So I'm guessing this is supposed to be the computer version of the Red Cross? Damn to make a comparison like that this better be good. Although obviously, this program wasn't put out by the actual Red Cross.
I went ahead and downloaded and installed RegCross. The installation file was just under 2MB, so it was a very quick download and installation.
Ok so, I went ahead and opened RegCross. I took a look around the program. It appears to be your standard Registry Cleaner. There aren't much additional features unfortunately, but there is a start-up manager. So with that... I went ahead and started the Registry Cleaner.
In the mean time, I'm back looking at the RegCross website. You know, in their RegCross screenshots, the RegCross appears to be in Spanish. But the version I downloaded is in English. Strange, lol.
And... the Registry Scan finished. RegCross actually found a large amount of Registry Errors. Nice...
Anyway, in conclusion I will go ahead and recommend RegCross. It may not have a lot of additional features, but if you are looking for a basic Registry Cleaner, RegCross definitely excels at that.
Once more, here is the link to download RegCross.
Upon looking at the website, Driver Genius looks to be a pretty impressive program. But it's time to find out. I went ahead and downloaded Driver Genius, it is just under 10MB. It's a fairly small download, although that might take a little bit of time if you are on a dial-up connection. Anyway, after installing it, it's time to check out Driver Genius.
Upon opening Driver Genius, I clicked the option to scan my current computer drivers. While it does that, I will quickly explain what I see on the main window. On the left is basically 8 buttons. Backup Drivers, Restore Drivers, Update Drivers, Uninstall Drivers, Options, Tools, LiveUpdate, Help. Those are all pretty self-explanatory. So I won't bother explaining them.
Anyway, the scan just finished. It found 18 critical driver updates that I need to install. Damn, that's a lot. I'm kinda embarrassed actually, cause I'm supposed to have my computer up to date with everything lol.
But yeah, in conclusion I'm going to go ahead and recommend Driver Genius. It has a driver database of over 80,000 drivers and does a nice job at finding driver updates to install. Two thumbs up.
Once more, here is the link to download Driver Genius.
One Click Privacy is basically a History Cleaner. It's main purpose is to clear your computer tracks. There may be multiple reasons you would want to do this. Maybe you don't want your boss knowing what you were doing on the computer. Or maybe you don't want the spouse to know. Hey, I'm not here to judge. :)
I went ahead and took a look at One Click Privacy. The download is very small, so it should be no problem even for dial-up users.
Anyway, On the main window I see four buttons on the left. Scan, Options, Shred, and Report. They are pretty self-explanatory. Scan is the actual History Cleaner. Options are the program Options. Shred is a file shredder to overwrite files multiple times before deleting them, and Report is past Scan results.
As far as the History Cleaner itself, it seems to perform fairly well. It got all the usual areas for cleaning your tracks. It even erases Instant Messaging files and VoIP files.
In all, One Click Privacy seems like a pretty good program if you need it. I recommend it. That website headline though still takes the cake. lol :)
Once more, here is the link to download One Click Privacy.
This registry cleaner is called Registry Convoy. From the looks of the website, Registry Convoy appears to be your typical Registry Cleaner. Unfortunately, I didn't see many other additional features listed. I'm hoping there are some though with Registry Convoy.
Ok, time to download and install Registry Convoy. The installation file was really small, just 1.36MB. That's gotta be a record for smallest Registry Cleaner installation file. lol. But at least that means it will download really quick even on dial-up connections.
Anyway, I'm now looking at the main window of Registry Convoy. Unfortunately, I'm not very impressed from looking at the main window. I don't really see any additional features. It appears this is just a Registry Cleaner and nothing more. Considering most Registry Cleaners include other additional tools, I'm really disappointed that Registry Convoy doesn't have additional features.
As far as the Registry Cleaner itself, it seemed to perform alright. It wasn't spectacular, but it wasn't bad either.
In conclusion, I'm not very impressed with Registry Convoy. Like I said, it doesn't have that many additional features, and I consider that a big thing with Registry Cleaners. If you are just looking for a Registry Cleaner then maybe you'd like Registry Convoy, otherwise though, go ahead and pass on this software.
Once more, here is the link to download Registry Convoy in case you are interested.
For this post I will go ahead and do an Imagic Photo review. At first looking it, Imagic Photo looked to be a basic program for editing your images.
Upon checking it out though, I was pretty impressed by Imagic Photo. It has settings to change the lighting, exposure, saturation, etc. It's basically an easy way to fix up your photos. I guess what I like the most about Imagic Photo is the simplicity. Personally, for years I have used Paint Shop Pro for photo editing, but I know that going over and teaching Grandma how to fix her pictures with Paint Shop Pro would be kind of difficult (and costly buying Paint Shop Pro for her). Imagic Photo seems to be a nice alternative.
If you already have Paint Shop Pro or Photoshop or any other big photo editor, then you shouldn't bother with Imagic Photo. But if you don't have any photo editor and you are looking to easily edit your photos, you may want to give Imagic Photo a try.
Once more, here is the link.
You can probably guess what PDF Generator Pro does just by it's name. But if you can't figure it out, PDF Generator Pro will help you create PDF files! Surprise surprise. :)
Although not a lot of people need to create PDF's, there are some people that do. And after taking a look at PDF Generator Pro, I highly recommend this software for those that do in fact need to create PDF's.
In addition to helping you to easily create PDF's, a couple of the features I especially liked with PDF Generator Pro was the option to create other file formats (PNG's, JPEG's, etc) and the option to encrypt your PDF files. I'm guessing large businesses would especially like that feature.
The only downside is the video demonstration on the PDF Generator Pro website. Yikes! lol. The audio is horrible. :)
Ah well... I still like PDF Generator Pro and I highly recommend it. Good luck!
Once more, here is the download link.