Brave browser for iOS now allows you save media and play it later with the new Playlist feature

Brave browser for iOS now allows you save media and play it later with the new Playlist feature

Brave browser for iPhone and iPad has a new feature called Playlist. This option allows you to save media content from around the web and play it later from a convenient list. […]

ReddPlanet is a well-designed free reddit client for Windows 10

ReddPlanet is a well-designed free reddit client for Windows 10

Reddit is a great resource for learning, sharing your experience about something, discussing various topics, etc. The social network's website though is absolutely awful, especially on mobile. A lot of users prefer […]

Imperium is a stylish dual pane file manager for Windows and Linux

Imperium is a stylish dual pane file manager for Windows and Linux

Many dual-pane file managers that we have reviewed are in some ways, a clone of Total Commander. That's not exactly a bad thing, but there are other file managers out there, e.g. […]

EnvyUpdate is an open source tool that notifies you when an Nvidia driver update is available

EnvyUpdate is an open source tool that notifies you when an Nvidia driver update is available

GeForce Experience is, in my opinion, a bloatware program. Why should anyone have to sign up for an account, just for updating the video drivers? That's like telling users, hey maybe you […]

mGBA is an excellent, cross-platform GBA emulator

mGBA is an excellent, cross-platform GBA emulator

The Nintendo Gameboy Advance was an amazing handheld console, and fans continue playing their favorite games on the portable devices even today. But you can always emulate the games for an enhanced […]

Save WebP as PNG or JPEG Firefox extension

Save WebP images as JPG or PNG with this Firefox extension

You may have come across an image format known as WebP, it has been around for about a decade now. This image container was developed by Google, and is used by many […]

Sniptool v2 editor

Sniptool version 2 brings GIF Recording mode, new editing options, and a dock mode

Sniptool is an impressive screenshot program that we reviewed over a year ago. The program has been updated to version 2.0, which brings support for GIF recording among other options. Let's take […]

Kodkast podcast episodes list

Listen to your favorite podcasts with Kodkast, an open source and minimalistic player

Podcasts are a great form of entertainment, and some are even educative. A few media players allow you to listen to podcasts, but the experience isn't quite the same as using a […]

Multiple File Manager is a simple batch file renaming and deletion tool

Multiple File Manager is a simple batch file renaming and deletion tool

Most file renaming tools have a lot of bells and whistles, which make them somewhat non-user-friendly. If you're looking for a simple solution to rename your files, take a look at Multiple […]

FlipFlip displays images as randomized slideshows with cool effects

FlipFlip displays images as randomized slideshows with cool effects

Slideshows are a nice way to browse image folders, especially ones which contain your favorite moments.  It's not difficult to create a photo movie, a lot of image viewers come with one […]

MicKey interface and tray icon

Mute your microphone with a hotkey using MicKey

A lot of us rely on our computer's webcam for video calls and meetings, all the more so since the beginning of the pandemic. The problem with taking calls on a computer […]

Stretchly is an open source program that reminds you to take a break at regular intervals

Stretchly is an open source program that reminds you to take a break at regular intervals

The best way to deal with work related stress, in my opinion, is to take a break whenever you can. This is the concept behind the popular Pomodoro Technique which many people […]

Custom Scrollbars is a Firefox and Chrome extension that lets you set the color and width of the scrollbar

Custom Scrollbars is a Firefox and Chrome extension that lets you set the color and width of the scrollbar

Do you like customizing your web browser? A lot of people use themes to give the browser a new look. Some take it up a notch and use a custom CSS file, […]

Multiscreen Blank is a free multi-monitor tool that places an overlay to blank, dim or mirror the screen

Multiscreen Blank is a free multi-monitor tool that places an overlay to blank, dim or mirror the screen

Multiple monitor setups are great for working, gaming, and of course multitasking. When I have to focus on one screen, I switch to the single display mode (disable the other one), and […]

Perfect Home is a Firefox and Chrome extension that lists your bookmarks as speed-dials in new tabs

Perfect Home is a Firefox and Chrome extension that lists your bookmarks as speed-dials in new tabs

Speed Dials are a must-have feature for me in any browser that I use. While I prefer Group Speed Dial for my regular usage, I often jump through other add-ons every month […]

Fixdows is an open source utility that helps you fix errors related to Windows Update, Microsoft Store app and more

Fixdows is an open source utility that helps you fix errors related to Windows Update, Microsoft Store app with a couple of clicks

Many PC users will have at some point, experienced problems while trying to update Windows. And when these errors occur, it can be due to various reasons. There are dozens of programs […]

Infinity Bench is a free Windows app that benchmarks your computer's CPU and Graphics performance

Infinity Bench is a free Windows app that benchmarks your computer's CPU and Graphics performance

I'm always worried about how my computer is running after updating the graphics driver, or after a Windows Update has landed. The best way to put this doubt to rest, is to […]

Google Earth's Timelapse feature shows videos of how the planet has changed over 30 years

Google Earth's Timelapse feature shows videos of how the planet has changed over 30 years

Google has announced a new feature called Timelapse, for its popular satellite imagery service, Google Earth. These stunning visuals show us how our planet has changed over 37 years, due to natural […]

Firefox 88 Open Image in new tab

Changes in Firefox 88 that you may have missed: View Page Info, View Image, Reopen Closed Tab, and more

Mozilla updated Firefox to version 88 yesterday. Read our coverage to find out the nitty-gritty details. I updated to the new version this morning, and noticed a couple of differences, particularly in […]

Set a view as the default one for all folders in Explorer using WinSetView

Set a view as the default one for all folders in Explorer using WinSetView

I switch to a different folder view in Explorer, depending on the directory's contents. But my favorite one is the Details view, because it is the one which gives me the most […]

Buttercup 2.0 Update

Buttercup password manager gets upgraded to version 2.0 for Windows, macOS and Linux

I reviewed Buttercup nearly 2 years ago, and was impressed with the simplicity of the program. Version 2.0 of the password manager has dropped this week, and it changes things quite a […]

WindowTop revisited - version 5 brings a new interface, additional hotkeys and options

WindowTop revisited: version 5 brings a new interface, additional hotkeys and options

Of the various pin-a-window programs that I have reviewed, I found WindowTop to have the most practical approach. The mini toolbar (floating panel) made it easy to toggle the sticky behavior in […]

KB5001330 Windows Update is reportedly causing performance drop in games, failed installs and bootloops

KB5001330 Windows Update is reportedly causing performance drop in games, failed installs and bootloops

Microsoft released the KB5001330 Windows Update this Tuesday, which brought many security fixes. Unfortunately it also seems to have introduced some issues, at least on some devices. A handful of users on […]

How to use DuckDuckGo instead of Google and other sites to get faster, precise results

How to use DuckDuckGo instead of Google and other sites to get faster and precise results

DuckDuckGo is a popular internet search engine that is privacy-focused and ad-free. It is widely recommended by security professionals, blogs, armchair experts, because it does not profile users or harvest their data. […]

Manage your tasks efficiently with Todour, an open source, cross-platform client for Todo.Txt

Manage your tasks efficiently with Todour, an open source, cross-platform client for Todo.Txt

While I use SimpleNote for storing long notes, flash cards, etc, I've always been a fan of Todo.Txt. It was about the time when Wunderlist was shut down, that I opted for […]

LF is a terminal file manager inspired by Ranger, with Vim-like shortcuts

LF is a terminal file manager inspired by Ranger, with Vim-like shortcuts

Command-line file managers on Windows are quite rare, the only one I have used in the past year or so was broot. I've had my eye on a few like Camelot and […]

Shutdown Timer Classic lock options

Log out of your computer, lock, restart, or turn it off on a schedule with Shutdown Timer Classic

Want to automatically shut down your computer at a specific time? Windows can't do it, it'll annoy you with forced restart after updates, but you can't set a timer to execute shutdown […]

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Subscription Info indicates if a Steam game is available on Xbox Game Pass, EA Play or Ubisoft+

Game subscription services are gaining traction these days. If you're wondering what I'm talking about, I'm referring to Xbox Game Pass for PC, EA Play,  Ubisoft+, and others (not counting the console […]

Create a custom start menu that you can access with a hotkey using SystemTrayMenu

Create a custom start menu that you can access with a hotkey using SystemTrayMenu

OpenShell (formerly Classic Shell) is my favorite Start Menu replacement, I use it with the Fluent Metro theme. Not everyone wants a fancy looking thing, sometimes it's better to just have something […]

grepWin is an open source tool that searches for files and inside documents using regex

grepWin is an open source tool that searches for files and inside documents using regex

What's your preferred desktop search engine program? The answer is likely Everything, by Void Tools. I agree with you, it is a fantastic application. GrepWin is an open source program that specializes […]

Motrix is a cross-platform, open-source download manager for Windows, Linux and macOS

Motrix is a cross-platform, open-source download manager for Windows, Linux and macOS

Everyone has a favorite download manager. IDM has been my go-to choice for nearly a decade. But as an enthusiast, I test new ones from time-to-time. Motrix has been on my radar […]

Change the resolution of your primary monitor instantly with QuickChangeResolution

Change the resolution of your primary monitor instantly with QuickChangeResolution

Many people use multiple monitors, some prefer it for work or gaming, or just for their day-to-day usage. If you are using monitors of different sizes, there is a chance that the […]

Customize your new tab page with random wallpapers, quotes with the Mue extension for Firefox and Chrome

Customize your new tab page with random wallpapers, quotes with the Mue extension for Firefox and Chrome

I like to spruce up my desktop with a new wallpaper now and then, just because. I don't do this as often with my browser, because I have many speed-dials in my […]

Lock Cursor Tools multiple monitors

Restrict the mouse cursor to a specific part of the screen or a window with Lock Cursor Tools

Multi-tasking can improve your productivity, and help get things done. But having many programs running in the background can sometimes cause problems of its own. Alt + Tab and Windows + Tab […]

Atomic TweetDeck is an interesting TweetDeck client for Windows

Atomic TweetDeck is an interesting TweetDeck client for Windows

TweetDeck was the best way to use Twitter. The social network acquired the app/service in 2011, and restricted it severely over time, before eventually discontinuing the desktop program. If you want a […]

ServiceTray allows you to control any Windows Service quickly from the system tray

ServiceTray allows you to control any Windows Service quickly from the system tray

Do you manually start specific services in Windows? Some people do this, when they want to run a program or two for a short time. Normally, most administrators use Services.msc, Windows' built-in […]

Wagnardsoft CPU Benchmark runs integer based tests to rank your computer

Wagnardsoft CPU Benchmark runs integer tests to rank your computer's performance

Benchmark tools offer a simple way to find out how your system performs under heavy load. There are quite a few applications you can turn to for this, and there are various […]

SimpleCodeGenerator is a new tool from NirSoft that lets you create QR Codes for URLs

SimpleCodeGenerator is a new tool from NirSoft that lets you create QR Codes for URLs

Nir Sofer has released a new program called SimpleCode Generator. It allows you to convert links to QR Codes that you can use with any smartphone. This can help you when you […]

Ludusavi is an open source game save backup manager for Windows, Mac and Linux

Ludusavi is an open source, cross platform game save backup manager

Nothing hurts a gamer more than lost progress. Have you ever invested a dozen hours or so perfecting your playable character, only for the adventure to end abruptly because a save file […]

AmpShell is an open source front-end for DOSBox

AmpShell is an open source front-end for DOSBox

DOS Games were amazing, and some of them still are. You can still find some of them on Steam and GOG. That's how my gaming journey began nearly 30 years ago. While […]