Version 3.5 of Desktop DNA can quickly and easily replicate practically any of your computer's settings. It can be used effectively to recover and replace a PC's environment as well as transfer (or migrate) system settings, application settings, appl...
After years of promises, HP has finally shipped a DVD+RW drive. The good news? It stores up to 4.7GB of data per disc, and rewrites discs more than twice as quickly as rival Pioneer's DVR-A03 DVD-R/RW drive. It also runs rings around its rivals in wr...
Cloning a hard drive means making an exact copy of it, including the operating system, hidden files and every last bit and byte of data. The result is called an image file. Cloning goes beyond the scope of an everyday data backup, the point being tha...
Amped is definitely a serious game for serious snowboarders - the attention to detail, the realism, and the complex but rewarding gameplay is more technical than in most snowboarding games.
Io Interactive is taking the smooth stealthiness of the original Hitman: Codename 47 and infusing it with a much tighter control system, sweet new graphics, and even more ways to take out your mark.
Star Wars: Obi-Wan plays in the same mindless hack-n-slash vein as Jedi Power Battles, only with slightly better visuals and cooler Force powers. In fact, Obi-Wan boasts one of the best representations of the Force to ever grace a console.
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RTCW's plot is a mishmash of cheesy cut-scenes and half-baked mission objectives involving the Nazis' attempts to create zombie supersoldiers during World War II. The weak story and the fairly predictable enemy AI mean the game doesn't forge the enth...
Another addition to Dorling Kindersley's Essential Computers series, Computing With Your Kids tackles an issue of concern to many parents: how to equip kids for getting the most out of computers and the Web.
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If you've been following the developments of Microsoft's .NET strategy with interest and are keen to take your programming career in this direction, Beginning C# is a good investment.
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