George Norman
 

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George is a news editor, app and software reviewer at FindMySoft. A former ghostwriter and a self-taught IT enthusiast, George is a passionate supporter of the Mozilla Project and a zealous advocate of IT security. When he is not covering the latest software and security news, George can be found testing iOS and Android apps as well as Windows software. The search for a newer, better, more entertaining, or more useful app or software is never over and George is more than glad to continue the search.
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Review by George Norman on 17 Jan 2017
Facebook Gameroom is similar to Steam, Origin, or Uplay. It is a digital distribution platform for games, available for PCs that run Windows 7 or newer. Read the full review
Review by George Norman on 17 Jan 2017
Use VodBurner to easily record any Skype call. Once you’re done with that, you can save the recording as it is, or you can edit it. Read the full review
Review by George Norman on 16 Jan 2017
Network Drive Control, a free application created by Michael Burns, helps the Windows operating system automatically map network drives by network name. Read the full review
Review by George Norman on 16 Jan 2017
View and edit an image’s "author" and "user comment" attribute. That is the main thing you can do with Norbert Wagner’s QuickImageComment application. Read the full review
Review by George Norman on 16 Jan 2017
RanSim runs a simulation to check and see if your PC is protected against ransomware. It goes through 10 types of infection scenarios to see if your PC is vulnerable or not. Read the full review
Review by George Norman on 16 Jan 2017
Let Winamp Backup Tool automatically back up all important Winamp settings, or manually pick which components you want to back up. If an accident occurs, easily restore Winamp’s settings. Read the full review
Review by George Norman on 16 Jan 2017
True to its name, this application puts a photo window on your desktop. By default, it’s displayed on top of all other windows and presents a different photo every half an hour. Read the full review
Review by George Norman on 13 Jan 2017
WhatInStartup lists all the applications that automatically run at startup, allowing you to remove items from the list, edit items on the list, and add new items to the list. Read the full review
Review by George Norman on 13 Jan 2017
Launch PointerStick and it will display a virtual pointer stick on your computer’s screen. PointerStick doesn’t have to be installed and it’s free. Read the full review
Review by George Norman on 13 Jan 2017
Diskovery, a data storage inspection tool made in Switzerland by Pipemetrics, collects lots of information about your storage devices: physical drives, logical volumes, disk arrays, mount points. Read the full review
Review by George Norman on 13 Jan 2017
The Deshaker filter works with the VirtualDub video processing tool to remove camera shakiness and stabilize horizontal/vertical panning, rotation and zooming. Read the full review
Review by George Norman on 13 Jan 2017
JT-Soft’s CryptoTerm is made up of three programs: a terminal emulator, a FTP client, and a batch FTP client. You get all three for free if you’re going to use them for personal use. Read the full review
Review by George Norman on 13 Jan 2017
Creating calculus worksheets and assignments is a breeze thanks to a handy Kuta Software application called Infinite Calculus. Read the full review
Review by George Norman on 13 Jan 2017
ArtistScope Web Browser is meant for people who want to protect their intellectual property. It’s a browser that protects webpages against copy methods or unauthorized downloads. Read the full review
Review by George Norman on 11 Jan 2017
Renowned security company Kaspersky Lab has a fast and precise system checker to offer: Kaspersky System Checker, a free tool that checks of malware and software issues. Read the full review
Review by George Norman on 11 Jan 2017
OptiKey puts a keyboard on your computer’s screen, keyboard that you can easily control with your eyes (an eye-tracking device is required). OptiKey is free and open source. Read the full review
Review by George Norman on 11 Jan 2017
ZeroClick Spellchecker sits in the background and monitors your typing. If you make a spelling mistake, it automatically corrects it for you. Read the full review
Review by George Norman on 11 Jan 2017
JANDI, Toss Lab’s cross-platform messenger application, comes packed with features that will help teams collaborate better. It’s a valuable communications tool for businesses. Read the full review
Review by George Norman on 11 Jan 2017
DICOM Anonymizer replaces or scrubs the sensible information included in DCM DICOM files. Give it some files and it will quickly anonymize them. Read the full review
Review by George Norman on 11 Jan 2017
DICOM Converter takes any .DCM file you give it and converts it to JPEG, BMP, PNG, PNM, or TIFF. It works the other way around too. Read the full review
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