Category Archives: Software Reviews
Its downloadable from ovi store. Be warned it downloads over 13mb initially. So better be connected to wifi or have unlimitted GPRS plan. This post is from it. And its pretty nice. Allows you to do everything that you can do on the browser and pretty cool if you are a serious blogger and have qwerty keypad for your phone. Only problem i see is that you feel you have typed too much when the screen fills up. On you system you wouldve actually typed a lot by the time your screen fills up. This much is whats needed to fill my c6’s screen up in qwerty mode. I like this app. It even puts in you location. Ha!
A brilliant software that allows you to clean your computer virtually i mean of course with all the hopeless and stupid applications that run at windows start up and slow down your already super slow OS..
well nothings wrong with it…it did its job the first time i ran it…it cleared out Mozilla history and sessions…50+ tabs gone..no trace of any of them ever being there..!!kaput!!
:) i here give rest to Firefox and my RAM..
now about CCleaner..its basically a history cleaner…it wipes out all your dirty works ever done on your system obviously unless you choose not to..it has a very detailed interface and options menu that allows you with over a million check boxes to choose what the program must or must not do..
another cool thing about this is you can edit your start up…it allows you to discover programs that are run at start-up…things that you didn’t even know existed…with three simple buttons it enables you to “Enable” “Disable” or “Delete” a start up entry..i mean i still found “Rock Star Games Social Club” still in start-up even after i deleted GTA IV like half a year back…
Note: software over time does not degrade from its current position, i believe…so my reference to half a year is immaterial…:)
You know what the the coolest thing about it is? its free…yup…
Piriform gives it away absolutely free…no ads…no spyware…no BS like most other software…not even a immediately visible “Donate” button..
I like it…i suggest you try it out before you go on to reinstalling your OS..the other ultimate option being installing a Linux Distro…which can be quite challenging.. :) ;)