PC Advisor reviews the best internet tools you can install on your PC.
- Reviewed on: 25 October 2010
Despite the printing shortcoming, iReader is an excellent tool for anyone who reads long articles on the web. iReader is much like a similar feature in Safari, so if you're also a Mac user or a PC user of Safari, you'll feel right at home using it.
Read our iReader review.
- Reviewed on: 27 August 2010
At €29 for the Basic version, it's very tough to say whether we'd recommend Website-Watcher. Although even the Basic version is useful, the lack of an auto-check feature is a deal-killer. Without the ability to check in the background, the utility of Website-Watcher drops a great deal. We'd heartily recommend the Basic version if it were free without that feature, but not at the current price.
Read our Website-Watcher review.
- Reviewed on: 19 August 2010
Local Website Archive Lite is free for personal use. There is a pro version which includes more advanced import, export, and editing functionality. Vendor Aignesberger Software GmbH provides a feature comparison at their website. Unlike many "lite" or "free" versions, Local Website Archive actually offers considerable functionality as-is and is not simply a "teaser" for a paid version.
Read our Local Website Archive Lite review.
- Reviewed on: 26 April 2010
IE Commercial Remover is a light app that doesn't even require installation - if it had a frequently updated and large list of ad-producing domains, it'd be very useful.
Read our IE Commercial Remover review.
- Reviewed on: 11 March 2010
Although Download Sort can be a timesaver after it's all set up, you'll first have to create distinct rules for every file extension or keyword you want handled. It would be smoother to create one rule that could work for any image file, for example. But if you often find yourself sifting through a mess of files in your downloads folder, Download Sort can help you organize.
Read our Download Sort review.