PC Advisor reviews the best publishing software packages you can install.
- Reviewed on: 10 May 2010
Despite long-hoped-for enhancements that have not been delivered, the new features and updates that are included in Adobe Illustrator CS5 are so compelling we're unable to say anything short of this: Illustrator CS5 is a great buy. Even if you have no need of all the new features - and we can't see anyone not benefiting from at least one of them - the zippier performance alone will pay back the cost of the upgrade in time that you don't have to wait for Illustrator to complete tasks.
Read our Adobe Illustrator CS5 review.
- Reviewed on: 22 February 2011
DVD PixPlay Professional does suffer from a bland interface. And the fact that it doesn't support the latest PowerPoint file formats is an annoyance. But if you can overlook those two flaws, business users will appreciate how easy DVD PixPlay makes it to create high-quality slide shows that are easy to share.
Read our DVD PixPlay Professional review.
- Reviewed on: 21 October 2010
Acrobat X Pro strikes me as a substantial upgrade. With Adobe software, such upgrades often involve a substantial learning curve - but in this case, Adobe has done well in making its upgrades more accessible to the nonprogrammers among us. Acrobat X Pro is a much-easier-to-use application that can bring in different types of content and display it in a consistent interface, with greatly improved collaboration tools.
Read our Adobe Acrobat X Pro review.
- Reviewed on: 9 June 2011
Xara Photo & Graphic Designer 6 is a fully fledged creative suite for the price of an image editor. Xara doesn’t compromise on features in any area.
Read our Xara Photo & Graphic Designer 6 review.
- Reviewed on: 12 February 2010
Not everyone will require a specialist tool such as this, of course – and you'll need a working knowledge of typography simply to wade through the Suitcase manual – but if you're a designer or involved in business design work then Suitcase Fusion 2 will quickly earn its keep by streamlining your workflow and ensuring that you always have the right fonts to hand.
Read our Extensis Suitcase Fusion 2 review.