Exact Audio Copy Review & Download

If you’ve got a staggering collection of CDs that you’ve been wishing could join your digital music collection either for space or backup, now might be just the time to do it. Exact Audio Copy does exactly what it says, making perfect copies of audio CDs as quickly as it is possible to do so. […]

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VideoInspector Review & Download

Video files can be tricky things to get your head around. A word document is going to open in word, no matter what the content is. A Jpeg picture will be viewable on your photo editing software on any modern computer without the need to download extra files. Video doesn’t work quite like that, unfortunately. […]

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MediaMonkey Review

When it comes to music players, there are more than a few names to choose from. From the heavyweights like Media Player and iTunes to those light on system resources and high on configurable options like Foobar. MediaMonkey fits somewhere in the middle but offers some very unique features targeted towards collectors. If you’ve got […]

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VLC Media Player Review

If you’re tired of Windows Media Player, PowerDVD and all the other resource hungry players out there, you might want to take a look at this next review – VLC is hands down the best media player for Windows and Linux. Not only is it free and lightweight, it supports a much wider range of […]

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Audacity Review

Audacity is open source software designed to edit and record audio. It runs on a number of operating systems and can edit sounds in a variety of different formats including WAV, MP3 and OGG.

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Google Picasa 3 Download and Review

Picasa is a photo viewer and editor that also includes seamless integration with Google’s online album service. The end result is a program that you can use to take your pictures from your camera, make adjustments and upload to the web with just a few clicks.

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Spotify – Free music streaming

Spotify is a little difficult to describe, although works somewhat like a cross between iTunes – which it bears a striking resemblance to – and Internet radio sites like last.fm. The service is free, but paid for via adverts which appear a few times an hour. Adverts can be removed for a monthly or daily […]

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Last.fm

Radio has always provided us good entertainment since it was discovered decades ago. With the coming of the TV a lot of people surmised the inevitable death of Radio. But this entertainment medium has evolved and even co-existed with TV. Now there are still FM radio stations that provide musical entertainment and news to all […]

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