Thursday, 27 September 2012

Adobe Photoshop CS 6 Extended Full Version

Adobe Photoshop CS
Adobe Photoshop CS 6  Extended Full Version
Adobe Photoshop CS 6  Extended Full Version is a graphics editing program developed and published by Adobe Systems which delivers even more imaging magic, new creative options, and the Adobe Mercury Graphics Engine for blazingly fast performance. Retouch with new Content-Aware features, and create superior designs as well as movies using new and reimagined tools and workflows.

Upgrade to Adobe Photoshop CS 6  Extended Full Version for unparalleled speed, power, and productivity. A fresh, elegant interface of Adobe Photoshop CS 6  Extended Full Version features groundbreaking new design tools including Content-Aware Patch, a new Blur Gallery, a faster and more precise Crop tool, intuitive video creation, and more.

Enhance your creativity and boost your productivity with the new Adobe Mercury Graphics Engine, groundbreaking new Content-Aware tools, reengineered design tools, and more.

New Content-Aware features take image retouching to a new level of ease and control. Get superior results when you crop, correct wide-angle lens curvatures, auto-correct, and more.

Edit at blazingly fast speeds with the new Adobe Mercury Graphics Engine. Boost your productivity with new preset migration and sharing, new Background Save and auto-recovery options, and a modern user interface.

System requirements for Adobe Photoshop CS 6  Extended Full Version

•Intel® Pentium® 4 or AMD Athlon® 64 processor
•Microsoft® Windows® XP* with Service Pack 3 or Windows 7 with Service Pack 1
•1GB of RAM
•1GB of available hard-disk space for installation of Adobe Photoshop CS 6  Extended Full Version; additional free space required during installation (cannot install on removable flash storage devices)
•1024x768 display (1280x800 recommended) with 16-bit color and 512MB of VRAM
•OpenGL 2.0–capable system
•DVD-ROM drive
•Adobe Photoshop CS 6  Extended Full Version will not operate without activation. 

* 3D features and some GPU-enabled features are not supported on Windows XP.

*Use Bitlord to Download Adobe Photoshop CS 6  Extended Full Version.

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Friday, 21 September 2012

Yamicsoft Windows 7 Manager v4.2.7 Full Version

Windows 7 Manager
Yamicsoft Windows 7 Manager v4.2.7 Full Version
Yamicsoft Windows 7 Manager v4.2.7 Full Version is the powerful software tool to tweak and optimize your Windows 7. Yamicsoft Windows 7 Manager v4.2.7 Full Version bundles more than 30 different utilities in one and help your system faster and more stable, secure and personal!

Features and Benefits of Yamicsoft Windows 7 Manager v4.2.7 Full Version


Get detailed system and all hardware information on your system; help you find out the installation key of Windows, Office products; show all detailed information of running processes and threads on your machine; Windows 7 Manager offers 1-clicking cleans your system automatically.

Tweak your system to improve windows startup and shutdown speed; tweak your hardware to increase system speed and performance; Optimize Task Schedule to turn off unnecessary system tasks.

Find out which files or folders engross your disk space and shown with chart; Find and clean junk files to increase Hard Disk space; Duplicate Files Finder can scan your computer for files with the same size, name and modification time; Registry Cleaner can easily checks your registry and repair incorrectly linked registry entries, automatically remove invalid entries; Registry Defrag rebuilds and re-indexs your registry to reduce application response time and registry access time.

Control what is started on Windows startup; tune up Windows 7 boot menu; edit context menus of mouse Right-Clicking; customize system desktop, menus, toolbar and notifications settings; automatically change your desktop wallpaper on background.

You can improve desktop, menus, Windows logon securities, and enable numerous hidden performance options of system, disable system updates and error reports; hide and restrict to access drives, specify which applications are not allowed to be executed on your computer; encrypt/decrypt and shred files, change the location of system folders; Privacy Protector can maintain your personal privacy by eliminating the tracks that you leave behind; create lots of randomization password once.

Optimize your Internet connection speed, manage all shares items; tweak your Internet Explorer easily.

Misc. Utilities
Show the collection of Windows utilities; split and merge any file.

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Saturday, 15 September 2012

Free Studio Version:

Free Studio
Free Studio
Free Studio is an all-in-one package bundling all free multimedia applications developed by DVDVideoSoft. Free Studio Manager has 8 sections for easy access to any application: YouTube programs; MP3 and Audio; CD, DVD and BD; DVD and Video; Photo and Images; Mobiles; Apple Devices; and 3D programs.

With this free software you can easily:
- convert video and audio files between different formats as well as iPod, PSP, iPhone, BlackBerry and all other popular mobile phones and devices;
- burn and rip DVDs and audio CDs;
- upload and download YouTube videos and music to your computer, iPod, PSP, iPhone or BlackBerry;
- perform basic editing of audio and video files;
- record videos and make snapshots;
- create 3D videos and images.

Free Studio does not contain spyware or adware. It's absolutely free and completely safe to install and run.

Free Studio contains 47 freeware
Free YouTube Download
Free YouTube to MP3 Converter
Free YouTube to iPod and PSP Converter
Free YouTube to iPhone Converter
Free YouTube to DVD Converter
Free YouTube Uploader
Free Uploader for Facebook

Free Video to Android Converter
Free Video to Apple TV Converter
Free Video to BlackBerry Converter
Free Video to HTC Phones Converter
Free Video to iPad Converter
Free Video to iPod Converter
Free Video to iPhone Converter
Free Video to LG Phones Converter
Free Video to Motorola Phones Converter
Free Video to Nintendo Converter
Free Video to Nokia Phones Converter
Free Video to Samsung Phones Converter
Free Video to Sony Phones Converter
Free Video to Sony Playstation Converter
Free Video to Sony PSP Converter
Free Video to Xbox Converter
Free Video to Tablet PC Converter

Free DVD Video Converter
Free Video to DVD Converter
Free Video to Flash Converter
Free 3GP Video converter
Free Video to MP3 Converter
Free Video to JPG Converter
Free Audio Converter
Free Audio to Flash Converter
Free WebM Video Converter
Free MP4 Video Converter
Free AVI Video Converter

Free DVD Video Burner
Free Disc Burner
Free Audio CD Burner
Free Audio CD to MP3 Converter

Free Screen Video Recorder
Free Image Convert and Resize
Free Video Dub
Free Audio Dub
Free Video Flip and Rotate

Free 3D Photo Maker
Free 3D Video Maker

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Winamp Pro v5 Full Version

Winamp is a skinnable, multi-format media player. Winamp supports a wide variety of contemporary and specialized music file formats, including MIDI, MOD, MPEG-1 audio layers 1 and 2, AAC, M4A, FLAC, WAV, OGG Vorbis, and Windows Media Audio. It supports gapless playback for MP3 and AAC, and Replay Gain for volume levelling across tracks.

Winamp can play and import music from audio CDs, optionally with CD-Text, and can also burn music to CDs. Winamp supports playback of Windows Media Video and Nullsoft Streaming Video, as well as most of the video formats supported by Windows Media Player. 5.1 Surround sound is supported where formats and decoders allow.

Winamp supports many types of streaming media: Internet radio, Internet telelvision, XM Satellite Radio, AOL video, Singingfish content, podcasts, and RSS media feeds. It also has extendable support for portable media players, and users can access their media libraries anywhere via internet connections.

You can extend Winamp's functionality through the use of plug-ins, which are available on the Winamp site.

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Thursday, 6 September 2012

TuneUp Utilities 2013 Full Version

TuneUp Utilities 2013
TuneUp Utilities 2013 

TuneUp Utilities 2013 is touted as your "ultimate PC cleaner, optimizer and troubleshooter." Features include a disk cleaner, browser cleaner, and  "Live Optimization 2.0," for stopping performance-sapping programs. TuneUp also claims improvements in system performance and bootup time. Yet how well does this bundle of PC cleanup utlilities really work? 

Sophisticated and complex equipment like your car or PC requires periodic maintenance. With your car, you need to check the air pressure and tread wear in your tires, replace the oil and various filters, and eventually get a tuneup to make sure the engine is performing correctly.

As you continue to use your laptop or desktop PC, it might also need a tuneup. When you install and uninstall software, pieces of the installation are frequently left behind, including no longer necessary registry entries and shortcuts that now lead to nowhere, for instance.

Even with currently installed applications, unnecessary files may sometime reside on the PC without your knowledge, such as temporary files needed for the installation but not removed after the installation is completed, unrequested additions to your Start menu, and update software which is automatically loaded at system start-up.

These and other problems such as fragmented or useless disk files building up over time can have an impact on your laptop's performance.

One problem with regaining performance through a system cleanup is that it's hard to figure out exactly what needs your attention. There are free and low-cost utilities that examine specific areas of your system, such as the registry, and perform pruning of no longer installed applications. Some hard disk defragmentation is performed automatically in recent versions of Windows, and the defragment tool can also be manually launched. However, few of us have the time, wherewithal or even knowledge to perform a total system inspection and cleanup with these kinds of tools alone. That's the reason behind TuneUp Utilities 2013.


Testing TuneUp Utilities 2013 on a Lenovo Thinkpad 400s running Windows 7 gave result that TuneUp Utilities 2013 package would be easy to use at various levels of user sophistication. For a novice, the 1-Click Maintenance mode is probably the most reasonable. It runs many of the tests, and it delivers the results in an easy to understand format.

During the test run on a laptop that's had many applications installed and uninstalled over several years, the 1-Click Maintenance run uncovered problems with the registry, broken shortcuts, browser items to clean up, and recommendations to optimize startup and shutdown. Clicking on the individual results brought up a list of exactly what problems were discovered in the scan.

Detailed List of Problems Found

The detail screen presents a list of the problems found. Clicking on the specific problem details what the problem is, and how it will be fixed if the user desires. For example, the detail on registry problems uncovered problems on my PC such as the wave file being absent for the Critical Battery Alarm function entry in the registry. The suggested fix, which I accepted, was to eliminate the registry entry, since it led to a dead end.

Tune-Up Utilities 2013 also gives you a tabbed screen which allows you to select specific areas to analyze. These tabs consist of "Status & recommendations," Optimize computer," "Clean up computer," "Fix problems," and "Customize Windows." At the bottom of the screen are buttons to set PC Optimization mode and Optimization Status.

TuneUp Utilities 2013 PC Optimization mode defaults to Standard. The two other settings are Economy or Turbo. On the right bottom of the screen is the Optimization Status. This shows how deeply you have let TuneUp Utilities 2013 make the recommended changes (or how deeply you have made these changes yourself). In the test, the 1-Click Maintenance found nine problems, five of which were settings I didn't want changed, such as the recommended backup settings. On the summary/main screen, this resulted in a notification of five problems that might affect system health.

TuneUp Utilities 2013 system testing was performed very quickly. From installation to running 1-Click Maintenance took less than ten minutes from start to finish, and 1-Click Maintenance can be configured to run automatically at a specified time or whenever the laptop is booted.

Gains in System Performance & Boot Time

When PCMark 7 is used to test performance before and after running TuneUp Utilities 2013,  the results showed just a small improvement in overall performance. However, benchmark results don't always tell the whole story.

The performance gains that you receive will depend on a number of factors that the analysis of your PC uncovers. These might include how cluttered your laptop is and where that clutter is located. For instance, after running TuneUp Utilities 2013, I recovered several gigabytes of disk space that was taken up with temp files that weren't erased.

Also, an overall system benchmark such as PCMark 7 doesn't measure factors such as improvements in system boot times.

TuneUp Utilities also gives you the ability to choose what processes are launched at startup. Many users think that if there's nothing shown in the Startup tab in the Windows menu, that nothing is being launched when the system is booted. For the great majority of users, that's far from true.

Windows has a built-in capability that lets you disable or enable startup processes. Again, most users won't know where this is, or what to enable or disable.

TuneUp Utilities 2013 claims some remarkable improvements in system performance and boot time. Keep in mind, though, that these improvements were probably realized when systems were finely tuned by users who knew what each of the options does, and how granular to go with the settings.

I didn't get nearly the performance or boot improvements that TuneUp claims, but I did get some. Those improvements were accomplished by using the 1-Click Maintenance button, examining and correcting most of the issues found, and then going tab by tab and doing some tweaking. That's what I would expect the average user to do.

If you have more knowledge about what some of the functions that are able to do, you might well get a higher performance boost than I did.

Also, it could very well be that things that need correcting on your laptop are different than those found by Tuneup Utilities 2013 on mine and that the things needing fixing on your laptop are having a greater effect on performance than those corrected on my test laptop. 


Beyond any improvements in system performance and bootup time, TuneUp Utilities 2013 lets you quickly identify and fix problems in your PC. TuneUp Utilities 2013 locates broken links, remainders of removed applications, and unnecessary registry entries. If you'd like to find out before plunking down the money, free trials are available.

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Wednesday, 5 September 2012

TuneUp Utilities 2012 Full Version

TuneUp Utilities 2012
TuneUp Utilities 2012
Every PC user would like their system to run a little faster, but making that happen yourself usually requires time, effort, and an in-depth knowledge of how Windows really works.

Does that sound too much like hard work? Then maybe you should just install a copy of TuneUp Utilities 2012, which the authors say can restore "over 50 percent of speed and free space" on cluttered PCs, while improving "battery life by up to 30 percent".

Of course there are plenty of PC maintenance suites promising much the same thing, some of which are even available for free. But TuneUp Utilities 2012 isn’t just another identikit optimization package. TuneUp Utilities 2012 has real depth, offers genuinely useful advice, and includes tools you won’t find elsewhere.

Is there enough power here to really speed up your PC, though? We decided to put TuneUp Utilities 2012 to the test.

User Interface

After a straightforward installation, the TuneUp Utilities 2012 immediately launched its 1-Click Maintenance tool, which quickly checked for the performance basics: Registry problems, broken shortcuts, surplus temporary files, startup and shutdown problems, and so on. The report appears within a couple of minutes, and you can then fix any issues with a click. This won’t have much effect, as 1-Click Maintenance is very limited (its hard drive cleaning only empties your temporary folders, for instance -- it doesn’t even touch the Recycle Bin), but it’s fine as a quick start.

And with that out of the way, we got our first look at the program’s new interface, which divides its functionality into five sections:

"Status & recommendations" details any issues with your PC and provides some quick fixes
"Optimize system" includes links to various speedup tools
"Gain disk space" helps you to delete redundant files
"Fix problems" contains some general PC maintenance options
"Customize Windows" provides various useful PC tweaks
This is conventional enough, but a little cluttered, and not the easiest to follow. So it’s good to see the program has an "Overview" option, too; click this button and instead of the tabs you’ll see every tool listed on the same page, which may be an easier way to find what you need.

Core tools

We started our tests by checking the core tools you’d find in any PC maintenance suite.

TuneUp Utilities 2012 has plenty of hard drive cleaning options, for instance, allowing you to remove redundant files, Windows Update backups, old system restore points and more. This section finds a similar amount of drive leftovers to CCleaner.

Additional one-click options can disable hibernation, Windows search indexing and so on, saving a little more. And a Disk Analyzer reports on your drives to show you what’s consuming the most space. We’d like a tool to locate duplicate files, as well, but otherwise this is a genuinely useful way to free up hard drive space.

Of course there are also a couple of options here to help control your Windows startup programs. The program can make specific recommendations, which generally include good advice, for example suggesting that you run Google Update as a scheduled task, rather than every time your system starts. Although, disappointingly, the program won’t create a substitute task for you; if you disable this kind of program and forget to set up a task (or never read the Task Scheduler suggestion), then you’ll miss out on updates, perhaps compromising your security.

And a second option displays all your startup programs, highlighting those it believes are unnecessary, and providing a "Usefulness" rating (courtesy of other TuneUp users) to help you decide what’s important. Startup programs can be disabled at a click, but conveniently they remain on the list. If you have problems, you can come back a week later and re-enable anything you like.

Elsewhere is a capable Registry Cleaner, quickly scanning your system to highlight problems, allowing you to view these in detail and delete them in a click. And even if, like us, you think that Registry cleaning does little of value, you should still appreciate the Registry Editor, launched via the toolbar. It looks like REGEDIT, but has more features; searching, for instance, quickly displays a list of matching Registry keys in a "Search Results" tab. It’s a very useful way to be more productive in your Registry work.

Program Deactivator

Install a big application like VMware Workstation or Microsoft Office, and it might add services, startup programs and other tasks that will slow you down. If this becomes a problem, and you use the program rarely, then you can uninstall it -- but that’s about all.

TuneUp Utilities 2012 offers another solution, though, in its Program Deactivator. Launch this and you’ll see a list of installed programs which, TuneUp Utilities 2012 claims, will have some performance impact on your PC. ITunes, say, has a "Medium" impact, apparently: if you have a copy, and rarely use it, then you can deactivate it at a click. TuneUp Utilities 2012 will then disable all iTunes associated services, Startup programs and so on, freeing up resources.

But the program remains installed, so if you ever want to launch it again, just choose iTunes from your Startup menu, and TuneUp Utilities 2012 will step in, re-enable it, and start the program for you.

We’re a little sceptical of some of the ratings provided by the Deactivator. It claims Google Chrome has the same "medium" load on your system as iTunes and O&O Defrag, for example.

But once you get past this, and start deactivating programs you don’t need, it really does work. We turned off Microsoft Office and freed up valuable resources; but when we relaunched Outlook later, it started only maybe 3 or 4 seconds slower than usual, and worked perfectly: very impressive.

New in this version is an "Automatic" function. Leave this turned on, and if you launch a "deactivated" program then TuneUp Utilities 2012 will automatically disable this again once you’ve closed it down. Which means your installed programs are always using the very minimum of RAM and CPU time.

The impact of this will obviously vary, depending on your software and how you use it. But if your system is packed with programs which you use only very occasionally, the Deactivator will help reduce their resource impact without the hassle of uninstalling them. And that could be worth the purchase price of the TuneUp Utilities 2012 all on its own.

PC Optimization Modes

As well as the usual manual tweaks, TuneUp Utilities 2012 also provides a few "optimization modes" that claim to offer more general benefits.

Live Optimization, for instance, sees the suite monitor your running applications, adjusting process priorities to ensure everyone gets a fair share of resources. This idea can be useful in some situations, although we saw no benefit from it.

Turbo Mode is more useful. Enable this from the TuneUp Utilities system tray icon, and by default it’ll turn off scheduled tasks, disable Windows Aero and unnecessary Windows services, make sure you’re running the “High Performance” power plan, and more. The speed benefits are marginal, but it is a good way to free up resources and maximise your system’s speed when necessary (just before you run a demanding game, say).

And, new this time is Economy Mode, which aims to save energy by turning off your screen and hard drive when your system is idle, switching your CPU and wireless adapter to their maximum energy-saving mode, disabling unwanted services, and more.

This delivers little benefit over using Windows own power plans. We monitored a PC’s power consumption when using the Power Saver plan, and Economy Mode, and the latter used at best 2 percent less energy. Still, it does have a couple of advantages.

First, Economy Mode is easy to configure. There’s no technical jargon when setting up CPU energy saving, say – just choose the level of savings you need ("Maximum", “Medium” or "Minimum") and that’s it.

And second, power plans are a hassle to switch, but Economy Mode can be enabled in just three clicks (and can then optionally persist as long as you like, even surviving reboots). Get in the habit of switching and you really could save energy and extend laptop battery life.

And There’s More…

Other TuneUp Utilities tools include a "Fix Problems" wizard, highlights potential issues like not having an antivirus program installed, UAC being turned off, devices with driver errors, and more.

An Uninstall Manager displays installed applications, and highlights those which have a high system load, or aren’t rated as “useful” (according to other TuneUp users). This may help you decide what you should uninstall, but the Manager won’t ensure that happens in full (it won’t in itself clean and remnants from your hard drive or Registry).

There’s also a basic, and rather slow defrag tool; simple utilities for checking your hard drive for errors, or recovering accidentally deleted files; and a small but surprisingly useful system information tool.

The Customize Windows tab provides so many tweaking options that it could qualify as a separate application, all on its own. There are options to customise your desktop, taskbar, Start menu, mouse, security, common applications and more. While TuneUp Styler allows you to change your logon screen, visual style, system icons and more.

And these tweaks, as well as most of the other settings changes you make, are recorded in the TuneUp Rescue Centre. So if you’re concerned about giving the program so much control over your PC, don’t worry: your original settings are always safe in the Rescue Centre, and can be restored in a couple of clicks.


TuneUp Utilities 2012 isn’t exactly short of features, then. But what can all this power achieve?

To find out, we installed the program on an average Windows 7 PC; it was moderately optimized already, but nothing too intensive, so there was scope for improvement.

Then we ran the 1-Click optimiser, and accepted all its recommendations. We cleaned up the hard drive to the maximum, defragged, sorted out all the systems problems, and used the Program Deactivator to disable some of the most heavy-duty installed applications.

And the results weren’t bad at all.

Boot time fell by around 13 percent. Running processes on PC launch dropped from 90 to 67; initial RAM use fell from 40 percent to 37 percent; resource use (as measured by system handles) fell by almost 30 percent.

Applications loaded notably faster. Firefox launch time dropped from 2.69 to 1.72 seconds, a fall of more than a third; Outlook launch time dropped by 22 percent, and the whole system felt much faster and more responsive.

That’s very acceptable, considering this PC was already reasonably well maintained. Installing the suite on an entirely unoptimised system would deliver even better results. And of course there are many benefits here not based on performance, like the improved Registry editor and Windows tweaking tool.

You could produce a similar effect by using other PC optimisation tools, of course, many of which are available for free. But TuneUp Utilities 2012 has more options than most of these, greater depth, and some really excellent modules, like the Program Deactivator, that you won’t find elsewhere. And so if you’re interested in optimizing your PC, but would like a little help, then give TuneUp Utilities 2012 a try: it really does deliver. 

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