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  • ACDSee Pro 3 Review

    Taking on Adobe Lightroom and Apple Aperture is a tall order, not just because those programs’ well-established user base, but also because of Adobe’s deep pockets and imaging expertise. But, after 20 years in the business, ACD Systems has its own photo-software chops, as shown by the depth of capabilities in the...

  • Corel PaintShop Photo Pro X3 Review

    Corel certainly plays second fiddle in a lot of areas—to Microsoft in office apps, to Adobe in design and photo software, and to Nero and Roxio in multimedia authoring. But, then again, the company’s prices are far below those of the market leaders. Case in point, PaintShop Pro Photo X3 sells for...

  • Aperture 3 Review

    Aperture 3 is a huge step up from the previous version, adding pretty much everything that used to be the sole territory of Adobe Lightroom’s (particularly in custom adjustment presets and brushes), and even a couple of nifty features from iPhoto 09—Faces and Places. For Mac users who want a big step...

  • Adobe Creative Suite 5 (CS5) Review

    Often when software gets to be of a certain age—or a certain version number—it starts showing its wrinkles, even if it’s dressed up in snazzy new clothes and sports some shiny new skills. Not so with Adobe’s Creative Suite 5: Comprising over a dozen of the most powerful design and production apps...

  • Adobe Photoshop CS5 Extended Review

    Arthur C. Clarke postulated that “any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic,” and every new release of Adobe’s industry-standard bitmap image-editor, Photoshop, comes closer to proving that true. The newest, Photoshop CS5 ($699 to $999 list, $199–$899 list for upgrades), implements features that aid in selection, painting, and high dynamic range...

  • UserLock Review

    UserLock’s self-evident: it lets you lock down users on a Windows network. It restricts users from accessing designated machines, provides reports on user activity, and gives network administrators a way to remotely control user sessions. It’s of particular use to healthcare and legal organizations that may have to adhere to compliance regulations...

  • Omnipage Professional 17 Review

    Omnipage Pro 17 is a powerhouse OCR program that can perform almost any OCR task at top speed, with options that let you either automate the whole OCR process for hands-off convenience, or fine-tune and correct each stage of the process for the most accurate possible results. The latest Omnipage version builds...

  • Readiris Corporate 12 Review

    Readiris Corporate 12 ($399 direct) converts documents from scanned images into standard file formats with the least fuss (and the fewest options) of any major OCR program. In corporate and other high-volume settings where you don’t want to spend time correcting text inside your OCR software, but simply want to get a...

  • iWork ’09 Review

    Apple’s iWork ’09 ($79) is an excellent investment for Mac users who need a well-designed and easy-to-use productivity suite. Though iWork doesn’t offer an integrated business e-mail solution such as Microsoft Outlook, it does include a core group of apps– Keynote, Numbers, and Pages –with plenty of intuitive features like interoperability across...

  • PC Tools Internet Security 2010 Review

    Historically, PC Tools’ flagship product has been the reasonably priced Spyware Doctor, but the affordable price point for PC Tools Internet Security 2010 makes it clear that the company wants users to seriously consider the full suite. At the time of writing, it retails for $49.99, $10 lower than the list price...

  • Quicken Deluxe 2010 Review

    With Quicken 2010, Intuit strives to make its flagship money management application easier to navigate and simpler to set up, thanks to spruced-up visuals and a refreshed start-up wizard. Although already a solid balance-keeper and financial assistant in previous versions, Quicken 2010 adds a few new features to visualize your monthly budget...

  • Kaspersky Internet Security 2010 Review

    Like many in the security industry are doing, Kaspersky Internet Security 2010 leverages anonymous data from its customer base to create a behavioral engine to further strengthen security safeguards. The new version also introduces several useful ancillary tools, including a sandboxing feature for running programs with a significantly reduced risk, and an...