Frederick Barton
 

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Frederick is a software review editor at FindMySoft. From gadgets to software, he enjoys taking anything apart to see what makes it tick. Before graduating Journalism and Communications Sciences, he studied mathematics and IT in high school. During collage, he attended and participated in special journalism seminars and other extracurricular activities. His many passions include filming and photography, model ship building and the great outdoors. When he's not doing all those things, he's computer related hobbies are photo and video editing and a few games. There's no software he likes more than Photoshop, Premiere and After Effects from the Adobe suite.
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Review by Frederick Barton on 19 Jun 2019
When iShredder deletes your files, it also overwrites the area on the hard drive, to make the data impossible to recover. Read the full review
Review by Frederick Barton on 19 Jun 2019
You can use this piece of software to record what you do on your desktop or in video games, and save the footage in various formats. Read the full review
Review by Frederick Barton on 19 Jun 2019
Besides showing which applications use the most memory, RAMMap also lets you know what they are using it. Read the full review
Review by Frederick Barton on 19 Jun 2019
NotMyFault can perform various actions to cause your system to crash. It's a useful tool for various debugging and diagnostics purposes. Read the full review
Review by Frederick Barton on 18 Jun 2019
Netpeak Checker lets you check a multiple URLs in a single run, using a wide range of parameters. Read the full review
Review by Frederick Barton on 18 Jun 2019
PopMenu adds a new system tray icon, through which you can launch any program or run any commands on your computer. Read the full review
Review by Frederick Barton on 18 Jun 2019
Reprise Assistant lets you record and play back complex operations, but you can also define actions manually. Read the full review
Review by Frederick Barton on 18 Jun 2019
Send Anywhere can help you transfer files over the Internet, directly or through share links, and you can also use it to transfer data to mobile devices. Read the full review
Review by Frederick Barton on 18 Jun 2019
TxPlan can show carrier frequencies in a chart, and it can help you in planning out radio and satellite communication systems. Read the full review
Review by Frederick Barton on 18 Jun 2019
Pepsky Audio Editor provides you with several tools, for converting audio files, cutting and trimming them, creating iPhone ringtones and more. Read the full review
Review by Frederick Barton on 13 Jun 2019
You can use clawPDF to store any content in PDF format, from any application with a printing option. Read the full review
Review by Frederick Barton on 13 Jun 2019
RoboIntern lets you automate the tasks you have to perform repeatedly and set up various triggers. Read the full review
Review by Frederick Barton on 13 Jun 2019
Efficiency is the key feature of iBeesoft Data Recovery. It lets you scan for lost or deleted files at a moment's notice, without going through complicated settings. Read the full review
Review by Frederick Barton on 13 Jun 2019
PC Fresh provides you with a wide range of tools and options for disabling useless features and making the operating system run smoother. Read the full review
Review by Frederick Barton on 13 Jun 2019
You can use PriWeb to surf the web safely and anonymously, thanks to its integrated VPN. A single click is all it takes to secure your connection to any website. Read the full review
Review by Frederick Barton on 13 Jun 2019
FileFusion identifies duplicate files and replaces them with hard links, so you can still have copies without wasting disk space. Read the full review
Review by Frederick Barton on 13 Jun 2019
Whenever a security breach occurs, HackCheck can tell you if your email account is affected and if you should change your password. Read the full review
Review by Frederick Barton on 13 Jun 2019
You can use ScreenVideo to record everything you do on your screen and store the footage in various formats. Read the full review
Review by Frederick Barton on 12 Jun 2019
Mochi lets you create and organize flashcards, and it automatically queues them every few days so that you may exercise what you've learned. Read the full review
Review by Frederick Barton on 12 Jun 2019
HBBatchBeast makes use of HandBrake and FFmpeg to convert videos automatically when you store them in a monitored folder. Read the full review
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