BitTorrent publicly releases its BitTorrent Sync utility, which works like Dropbox and the competition but does not depend on a third party cloud host and only the user and whoever the user is sharing with has access to the shared files.
The expected return of the start menu in Windows Blue / Windows 8.1, appears to be a decision of Microsoft's upper management.
The upcoming update of Windows 8 might allow users to boot to the desktop again.
Microsoft started a campaign against Google and wonders aloud if the company behind worlds most popular search engine can be trusted as they pass information from apps to developers.
The opensource video player VLC is not allowed to playback Blu-ray discs in France.
A new leak of Windows Blue reveals that Microsoft considers Windows Blue as a relative minor update.
Myce expert users and staff members built a joint effort to analyse and eventually provide the first software to remove the Cinavia protection which can be found on several Blu-Ray discs.
Microsoft might be blocking the Windows Live accounts of users who install the leaked version of Windows Blue.
Microsoft has limited the support for synchronization of Google Account, with an update to the standard apps in Windows 8
A project from the Japanese University of Tsukuba gives access to dozens of free VPN servers.
An early version of Windows Blue has been leaked.
The developers of DVDRanger claim to have lost a lawsuit from Sony and have announced a new solution to bypass the Cinavia protection.
A new tool makes it possible to remove advertisements in all Metro applications installed on your system.
A video has been leaked in which Microsoft states that touch will become more important in Windows Blue, the expected large update to Window 8.
BitTorrent has just released a new web-based live streaming technology called BitTorrent Live. This new protocol has been years in the making, and promises to deliver high quality video streams with less stress on the infrastructure of the internet. With...
This is a review of Raxco's latest release of PerfectDisk Pro, Version 12.5. With a quick glance it is obvious that PerfectDisk has evolved significantly since I last looked at it. PerfectDisk still has the primary objective of keeping drives in an optimal performance state by reducing the level of fragmentation of files and free space and thus a key question that comes straight into my mind is – How does it compare to the defragmentation facility that comes packaged with Windows? The other key questions that occur to me are – is the new preventative ‘Optiwrite’ functionality, that stops fragmentation from happening in the first place, effective? And, is the new ‘SSD Optimise’ functionality effective? I have endeavoured to find some indicative answers to these questions in my testing.