The Top Ten Rated Operating Systems For Computers

August 9th, 2013 at 12:00 am

What determines a computer user’s experience isn’t usually the hardware itself. Instead, the user experience is shaped by that computer’s operating system. Below is a list of the top ten rated operating systems for computers.

1. Windows 7

It’s the highest rated OS ever. Unfortunately, its follow-up, Windows 8, is a wonky piece of junk.

2. Windows XP Professional

Windows XP is the only OS that comes close to Windows 7 in terms of usability.

3. Mac OSX

This is the Read the rest of this entry »

The Top Ten Rated Word Processing Software

June 21st, 2013 at 12:00 am

These days, there are a number of word processing programs out there that can be downloaded, installed, and used on both Macs and PCs alike. After all, a large majority of jobs these days require at least some use of a word processing program, whether it be to write letters, produce memos, or even to create a newsletter. The possibilities are truly endless.

When it comes to the various word processing programs that are the most popular these days, there are a number Read the rest of this entry »

Finding The Best Computer Software Online

May 4th, 2013 at 12:00 am

Although you might be accustomed to purchasing the majority of your computer software in a retail store in your area, you might be missing out on an excellent selection of programs and a lot of great prices by not purchasing your favorite programs on the Internet. Nowadays, many people find that purchasing computer software online is the best way to get the best programs for the best prices.

If you are wondering how to find the best computer software online, consider looking for a good website that offers software for download. Read the rest of this entry »

Third Party Programs – Just as Good

October 18th, 2012 at 12:00 am

One of the great things about having a hughes net satellite internet connection is that you can find all sorts of great things online.

How much do you spend when it comes to a licensed operating system or first-party software? We’re talking about your Windows 7s and your Office 2012s and your Words and your Antivirus programs. At the end of the day, what you pay for those could equal to greater than or slightly less than a mortgage payment.

Why would you spend all that money on software when there are third party programs for free that are just as good?

There are lots of programs that are free to download and below are just a few examples:
This powerful app gives you access to the kinds of programs you might come to expect in an MS Office package. And, despite being free, it manages to competently rival anything Microsoft has to offer.
If you don’t have a couple hundred to throw around for a Photoshop license, you could download this gem instead and make your own art without having to go hungry.

Malwarebytes Anti-Malware
This program allows you to detect and quickly remove threats to your computer without having to pay hundreds of dollars for a year-long subscription.

How To Choose The Best Computer Software

June 9th, 2012 at 12:00 am

Most people who own computers will admit that they will only focus on the computer’s performance and will rarely actually find good computer software. Though this might seem like common sense, a lot of computer owners actually just overlook how important software is and they just hope that their computers will be fine. This is not a good approach to have as not all computers have anti-virus software. This is why it is crucial that you learn how to choose the best computer software.

Safety Is Key

The most important thing to think about when it comes to finding a Read the rest of this entry »

All Different Kinds Of Computer Software

June 6th, 2012 at 12:00 am

When you browse the internet, you will find all sorts of different programs and computer software, but what are the major differences between one type of software to the next? The differences in software styles are more basic than one would assume.


Shareware can be classified as any type of software, but all shareware holds one common point, it isn’t free. Most shareware is produced by actual companies and is designed to either have a very specific use or have a multitude of useful functions. If you have Read the rest of this entry »

Looking Online For The Best Computer Software

June 2nd, 2012 at 12:00 am

Over time, computers have been made to be more and more convenient for users by way of the development of programs. These programs do just about everything you would want a computer to do, but how do you find them? If you know the right ways to manipulate search engines to find the information you need, then finding these programs can be quite easy. Although, one must be cautious in getting these programs to make sure Read the rest of this entry »

Review Your Favorite Computer Software Online

May 29th, 2012 at 12:00 am

There are many types of computer software available; software for word processing, photo/video editing, multimedia programs, utility software, virus programs and more. Some software is free while other software may cost a fee. There are many different things to compare when reviewing software.

An ideal place to look for software reviews is online; there are many different websites available that offer up to date reviews on many different areas of computing including software reviews. Each review details the pros and cons of the program as well as if there is a requirement to purchase a license to use Read the rest of this entry »

Operating Systems And Word Processing Software

May 26th, 2012 at 12:00 am

It’s easy in the modern age of computer to forget how much we take for granted our Word Processing Software and Operating systems. However many people are still in the dark as to what each really is when broken down into separate categories. Below I have taken the time to explain and detail each system in a separate light from each other.

A word processing is an application on a computer that is used for a variety of reasons, from, composition, formatting, editing, and even printing. Word processor software will sometimes refer to a type of Read the rest of this entry »