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TunnelBear 3 for Windows

Security for everyone - Reviewing TunnelBear 3 VPN for Windows

  • review
  • Attila Szász
  • 21.07.2017
It is probably no surprise to anyone that our personal information and privacy is never completely and absolutely safe when we use digital devices connected to the internet. No system can ever be made completely impenetrable, but nowadays we have a lot of tools that...
Tenda AC9 AC1200

Reviewing the Tenda AC9 AC1200 wireless router - A rough diamond!

  • review
  • Ciprian Adrian Rusen
  • 18.07.2017
Tenda is a chinese company, based in Shenzhen, China, with a very large physical presence. They sell networking equipment for both consumers and businesses and they have some of the most affordable wireless routers that money can buy. We received for testing one of their...
Huawei P10 lite

Review Huawei P10 lite - A mid-range smartphone of very good quality

  • review
  • Codrut Neagu
  • 17.07.2017
Huawei is one of the biggest names in the smartphones industry. That must mean that the smartphones the company produces are good, not just marketed very well. We recently got our hands on their latest mid-range smartphone, namely the Huawei P10 lite, and we were...
ExpressVPN

Security for everyone - Reviewing ExpressVPN 6 for Windows

  • review
  • Attila Szász
  • 13.07.2017
If you generally care about your privacy and the protection of your information, then you should also care about your digital life. Nowadays we store an increasing amount of data digitally, and we're sure that you wouldn't like any of that to be compromised. It...
Outlook

5 best alternatives to Windows Live Mail (free and paid)

  • misc
  • Codrut Neagu
  • 12.07.2017
Microsoft decided to terminate Windows Live Mail and using it is not recommended although you can still do it. Windows Live Mail has not received any updates since 2012 and, what is even worse, if you have an Outlook.com or Hotmail.com email account, you cannot...
HyperX

4 reasons why the HyperX gaming accessories are a "Best Buy" right now

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  • Codrut Neagu
  • 12.07.2017
Kingston is a company that's renowned for the memory products it creates.During the last few years, the company has extended its portfolio and has also entered the market for gaming accessories, trying to make its way in an already very competitive environment. After we have...
Google Chrome

Google Chrome 64-bit: Is it better than the 32-bit version?

  • misc
  • Codrut Neagu
  • 06.07.2017
What's your favorite web browser? Are you, by any chance, using Google Chrome? Do you use Chrome 64-bit or Chrome 32-bit? If you are still using the 32-bit version but your Windows is 64-bit, you should consider switching to the 64-bit Google Chrome as well....
HyperX Pulsefire FPS

HyperX Pulsefire FPS review: Aim or twitch, the end will always be a frag

  • review
  • Codrut Neagu
  • 30.06.2017
HyperX, the gaming division of Kingston, is well known for its high-quality RAM, flash memory sticks, and gaming headsets. We've also seen them design and create a mechanical keyboard recently, but we've never seen a gaming mouse coming out of their factories. Things have changed...
Windows logo

What were Windows Essentials and how can you install them today?

  • tutorial
  • Codrut Neagu
  • 29.06.2017
Windows Essentials, also known as Windows Live Essentials, used to be a suite of useful Windows programs that were developed by Microsoft. The suite was free and included apps for e-mail management, instant messaging, photo management and sharing, blogging, and parental controls. Although Windows Essentials...
Flash memory

What is exFAT and why is it useful?

  • misc
  • Codrut Neagu
  • 19.06.2017
Did you hear about exFAT? It is the new kid in town when it comes to file systems that are used on flash drives and mobile devices. If you are both a Windows and a Mac OS user, you are probably familiar with exFAT, but...
Surface Pro

Microsoft ships the new Surface Pro. 11 things you need to know!

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  • Ciprian Adrian Rusen
  • 15.06.2017
As of June 15th, 2017, Microsoft ships the new Surface Pro, which everyone thought would be named Surface Pro 5. Microsoft has decided to quit numbering this device, and it offers a new version, without any number attached to its name, but with many improvements....