Computer Software

by Mos Khan ·Posted
Adobe has announced the 2023 versions of Photoshop and Premiere Elements, the streamlined versions of its immensely popular photo- and video-editing software. Introduced in the 2023 edition are several new, user-friendly editing functions, as well as a handful of video-geared options powered by Adobe Sensei. Photoshop and Premiere Elements With Photoshop Elements 2023, you can now apply movement effects inspired by
by Mos Khan ·Posted
The Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) file is one of the most ubiquitous means of communication on the Internet, so when it comes to PDF editors, it's pretty hard to top the folk who pioneered the format way back in 1992, the year the IBM ThinkPad 700C was created. Here is an updated review and quick look at some of the new features of Adobe Acrobat Pro DC. Adobe Acrobat Pro DC Adobe Acrobat DC
by John-Paul Pale… ·Posted
Optimized and ready for the upcoming Windows 11 and macOS Monterey 12, as well as current M1-based Macs, Parallels Desktop 17 is available as a Pro or Standard edition, both of which come boxed with a download code. While both editions will run Windows 11, 10, 8.1, 7, Linux, Ubuntu, Boot Camp, and
by M. Brett Smith ·Posted
Microsoft continues to roll out features for its latest operating system, Windows 11. The new OS includes some major changes, including an improved user interface, new Windows store, and support for running Android apps—just to name a few. Here’s a look at the some of the new OS’s top features. Microsoft put a lot of work into reshaping the user interface, starting with a new Start menu, which is now centered on the taskbar. The centered appearance is fairly reminiscent of Chrome and Android operating systems, which many would consider an
by John-Paul Pale… ·Posted
Apple’s redesigned Mac Pro (Late 2019) defines what a modular workstation is. With a chassis that is based on flexibility and utility, Apple has done away with the cylindrical form factor of the 2013 Mac Pro and brought back the tower design that was used from 2006-2012. However, while the Mac Pro tower has returned, this new rendition is anything but ordinary. Apple built a system that can change as your needs do, giving users a great amount of control over the assembly and
by Jason T ·Posted
When I first started engineering and producing music, I was, strictly speaking, a complete and utter mess. I would often lose project files, samples, preset libraries—I couldn’t keep track of anything. Sometimes I’d find what I was looking for by sheer luck, other times it would be gone forever. After several frustrating years of data loss, I decided to get serious about organizing all my music production audio and files, and regularly backing up my projects. And, what do you know? My productivity increased, my system ran more smoothly, and I
by Jason T ·Posted
For in-the-know musicians, engineers, and producers, going Windows for your production setup is the best-kept secret in town for two big reasons: price and power. But, with great power comes great responsibility. Often, people go out and buy Windows machines that are well within their DAW’s system requirements, only to come home and find that they’re experiencing lackluster performance. The problem is that Windows is optimized for a wide variety of uses out of the box, and has some default settings that don’t favor the kind of processing power
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Despite poking a little fun with this episode’s title, we are big fans of photography websites and camera blogs, and if you are reading this, you probably are, too. On this week’s podcast, we are fortunate to have Kevin Raber and Jason Hermann, proprietors of Luminous Landscape and SonyAlphaLab, respectively. Have you ever wondered how sites like these operate, are funded, get gear to review and deal with the, shall we say “experts,” who populate the comment sections? In this very animated, on-point conversation, Raber and Hermann talk
by William Min ·Posted
Stay productive with updated Microsoft Office products. Word 2019 and Outlook 2019 keep you in the zone with Focus Mode, which blocks out distractions and puts your content front and center. There are also other features, like Learning Tools, Read Aloud, and Text Spacing, which makes it easier for you to engage your content. PowerPoint 2019 allows you to create cinematic presentations with added features, like Morph and Zoom. Excel
by John-Paul Pale… ·Posted
Optimized and ready for the latest Windows 10 updates and the upcoming macOS Mojave, including Mojvae’s Dark Mode, Parallels Desktop 14 for Mac is available as a downloadable Pro Edition, as well as a downloadable or
by Stephen Janiszak ·Posted
With Open-Mesh, wireless networking is made easy. Whether creating your own personal local area wireless network or creating a wireless network half a world away, Open-Mesh gives you the tools to configure and manage your entire network. The included CloudTrax app provides an intuitive platform from which all aspects of the network can be managed and monitored. The application can even be downloaded on iOS and Android-based mobile devices to keep
by John Harris ·Posted
Despite poking a little fun with this episode’s title, we are big fans of photography websites and camera blogs, and if you are reading this, you probably are, too. On this week’s podcast, we are fortunate to have Kevin Raber and Jason Hermann, proprietors of Luminous Landscape and SonyAlphaLab, respectively. Have you ever wondered how sites like these operate, are funded, get gear to review and deal with the, shall we say “experts,” who populate the comment sections? In this very animated, on-point conversation, Raber and Hermann talk
by BH Online Videos ·Posted
Run Windows on your Mac with Parallels Desktop 11. With support for Windows 10, as well as Mac OS X El Capitan, Parallels Desktop 11 can run Windows and Mac applications side by side. You can even use Cortana for Windows and Mac. With additional support for Linux and Google Chrome, Parallels Desktop 11 allows you to run multiple operating systems on your Mac. Watch the video for more