PC Advisor reviews the best online applications you can use.
- Reviewed on: 21 October 2010
Join.me is an absolute, cast-iron winner. As a staggeringly simple and effective way to work collaboratively, we've seen nothing better than Join.me.
Read our Join.me review.
- Reviewed on: 9 June 2010
Download Windows Live Essentials for what it offers, because there's a lot to like. But like me, you may well wish for a coherent product line with synchronisation services linked to other Microsoft products.
Read our Microsoft Windows Live Essentials review.
- Reviewed on: 26 January 2011
In my tests, Cloud Print was a painless way to print from anywhere to your Cloud Print-enabled printers. If you need to print documents or email remotely, Google's Cloud Print is well worth checking out.
Read our Google Cloud Print review.
- Reviewed on: 24 September 2010
As an adjunct to Norton 360, Norton Online Backup is definitely something you should take advantage of. Even as a standalone it's very competitive both feature- and price-wise.
Read our Norton Online Backup review.
5. Google Docs
- Reviewed on: 27 April 2010
Google Docs' presentation tool is, ulimately, a rough draft that thoroughly deserves the beta label. Google reportedly plans to beef up the editing tools, eventually turning Google Docs into a richer environment. Judging from the slow-but-steady progress of Google Docs' word processor and spreadsheet, the presentation features probably won't acquire PowerPoint-crushing sophistication anytime soon. That said, Google Docs should become only more useful over the coming months and, in the meantime, a lot of people are going to find it very useful indeed.
Read our Google Docs review.