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CCleaner Android App Review With Download Instructions

CCleaner Android app is finally here for Android platform. Piriform, the parent software developer company behind the popular CCleaner application, has released CCleaner for Android as a beta test application. This means, you cannot download CCleaner Android app as a regular Android application until its available to everyone. But you don’t need to worry about that. If you want to test the app yourself, we will show an easy way to download CCleaner Android app on your device. CCleaner doesn’t needs an introduction as it’s a very popular Windows PC software to clean junk files from computers. If you are a Mac user, you can download...

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Sticky Password 7 Review: Your Ideal Cross Platform Password Manager

The increasing number of web apps along with the multitude of different accounts needed to get access to them, has put a good password manager in the must-have software list. There are a few web apps that lets you log in using your existing Facebook or Google account, but there are many services like e-banking that needs specific credentials and this is where a password manager such as Sticky Password helps you out. You may think that you may not need a password manager. You can always use a short and easy to remember password, and use it on all of your...

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Wondershare Video Editor Review Plus 15 license Giveaway

Every once in a while, mainly after returning from a vacation or attending a function, you had lots of videos. You want to create your own video collection by editing those videos and make them look professional. But you may have the fear that Video Editing is a daunting task. Well, by searching you can easily get plethora of video editing software up for download. Some are free and some are paid. But how can you know which is the best video editor out of them? Here we will put to test one such video editing software to see...

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Review: Sticky Password Pro Keeps Your Passwords Safe, Organized [Plus Giveaway]

Every other day we hear news about reputed websites being hacked or user data are stolen. Although a normal user won’t be able to find out about the security practices used by their favorite websites like Dropbox, Google, Yahoo, LinkedIn, etc. But as a user they should definitely try to keep their own passwords strong and unique for each websites. This way, even if one site gets hacked, you can be sure that your other online accounts are safe. You may say, okay that’s a good suggestion but it’s insane to even trying to remember all unique username and...

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Back Up Your Valuable Data with Carbonite

Technology is progressing each day. People are now relying more on their computers, laptops and mobiles for their day-to-day work and thus are saving gigabytes of data. Digital data is more personal than ever. We now keep our pictures, videos, important documents and every other small thing saved on hard disks, SSDs, memory cards and other digital media. But have you ever thought about what will happen if disaster strikes and in front of you, just in an instant, everything, and all your important data just vanishes into thin air because the damn drive failed on you without warning?...

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Audials One 10 Review

My Technology Guide readers are already aware of the Audials application. We have been reviewing this application since it was in its fourth generation and since then it has been our favorite application. Audials AG, the parent company behind Audials One, has released the tenth generation of the application, Audials One 10. Let’s see if it still holds the punch, more important, will it still be able to hold on to its crown of being our favorite multimedia application? Audials One 10 comes with many innovative features which lets you record movies, listen and record online radio, find and save...

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Variety Wallpaper Changer Keeps Your Desktop Fresh With New Wallpapers

Variety is a lightweight freeware wallpaper changer that officially supports Ubuntu but runs on any Linux desktop environments like KDE, GNOME, LXDE, Xfce and Unity. Variety was created by Peter Levi, for the Ubuntu App Showdown 2012. Variety wallpaper changer works both in offline (local wallpaper sources like saved image folders) and online (online image sources like Flickr) environment. Variety can automatically rotate wallpapers based on your preferences on a regular interval or on demand. The application supports some unique features like Media RSS support and World Sunlight Map. More about the application after the break. Variety Wallpaper Changer: Features at a...

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KeePass Password Manager Keeps All Your Passwords Secure N Safe

The Internet has expanded into every aspects of our day-to-day life. We are now dependent more over online cloud-based services then we used to just few years back. Everything related to our personal and professional life is getting synced to the cloud. The benefits of this transition has also brought with itself the fear of getting ruined when a cloud service or anything related to it gets compromised. We have seen many high-profile websites getting hacked, user data getting compromised and shared in the dark alleys of the Internet, critical personal and financial data getting sold too. Identity theft is...

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Audials Tunebite 9 Review (Plus Giveaway)

Audials Tunebite 9 is a versatile multimedia application. Tunebite allows you to remove DRM from copy-protected music, films and DVDs. It also allows you to record audio from sites like Grooveshark.com, Last.fm and streaming radio from any website like Spotify. It also lets you download videos playing on any website like YouTube, Vimeo, synchronize media collection with portable devices, play videos and comes with a built-in audio and video converter. Here, I’ll take the latest version of Audials Tunebite 9 for review. At the end of the article you’ll find information about our exclusive Audials Tunebite 9 giveaway. Audials...

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Patch My PC Lets You Conveniently Update Windows, Third-Party Apps and More… [Windows]

Windows users knows the importance of keeping their Windows operating system up-to-date. After-all, Windows has security issues, errors, or bugs that are regularly addressed by Microsoft every month through Patch Tuesday. Occasionally the operating system also receives new features through these updates. But, the operating system is not only the weak point for malicious users and hackers to enter your computer system. Today, malicious programmers have shifted their focus on third-party applications such as Adobe Flash and Java. The reason for shifting their focus on third-party applications from the operating system is most users seldom update their third-party software....

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