Van Diemens Land (2009)

Van Diemens Land (2009)

Genre: Thriller
Video Resolution: 640x272
Video Bitrate: XviD, 825 kbps
Audio Bitrate: MP3 VBR, 138 kbps 

Size: 700 MB
Runtime: 101 minutes

The true story of Alexander Pearce, Australia's most notorious convict. In 1822, Pearce and seven fellow convicts escaped from Macquarie Harbour, a place of ultra banishment and punishment, only to find a world less forgiving.. the Australian wilderness. Abandon all hope you who enter.


DARK VOID (2010)

DARK VOID (2010)
Genre: Action

Release Date: January 19, 2010
Also on: X360, PS3

Publisher: Capcom
Developer: Airtight Games


Dark Void delivers a ground breaking combination of fast paced vertical combat mixed with mid-air and on-foot action.

Something is consuming our universe, a vast and ancient force almost beyond our comprehension. Millions of years ago, the minions of that power found their way to the 3rd planet of an unremarkable yellow star. Ours. The race they created came to call their masters "The Watchers." For millennia we knew them as gods and served their dark purposes, but a few humans developed extraordinary powers. They were known as the Adepts and they rose up, banishing The Watchers into a parallel universe, where they've manipulated and schemed from afar. Until now.


I've tried several times to write this introduction, and I just can't seem to come up with anything I like. You can blame writer's block, but the truth is that I always try to start an article with what I find most interesting about a subject, and nothing about Dark Void is interesting. Nothing in Airtight Games and Capcom's latest is a complete failure, and in the same vein, nothing is a success. There were plenty of times that I was screaming at the game because the main character wasn't taking cover and there were others where I was smiling while punching the heads off robots, but all of these moments drifted into the ether after the experience was done.

Dark Void is one of those games you'll play, beat, and forget ever existed. There's nothing noteworthy here. I'd love to boil down the tale of Dark Void to a sentence or two like I do in most reviews, but presentation is one of this game's most obvious flaws. You're Will, a guy who was a pilot in the service but got "dishonorably discharged" for something, and you're now running courier missions. A gal named Ava shows up for one of these missions, and it turns out you have a history with her. You take off, go down inside the Bermuda Triangle, and are suddenly in another dimension filled with tribal people and alien slug creatures in robotic suits... well, some are slugs in suits, others are robots who are just robots and then there are these aliens with lisps that are hard to understand. Here, a guy who looks like Walt Disney gives you a jetpack but never introduces himself or explains his actions. Things only get weirder and more convoluted from there, and unless you're willing to read the instruction manual and do all the legwork, the story will never come together. Dark Void's hook is that it gives you the chance to be the Rocketeer. You'll get the jetpack early on and be able to leap into the sky to hover over the bad guys or fly around at breakneck speeds. When you're hovering you'll have access to the same two weapons you're allowed to carry when you're on foot, and when you're flying you'll shoot with the unlimited machine guns on your pack. Neither mode is all that spectacular.

When you're flying you're going to be up against ships that are only programmed to get behind you. You'll start to get shot at from behind, do a 360-loop to get behind that ship, and try to get a few hits in before it falls behind you again. When you're close to a ship you can perform a "skyjacking" and hop onto the aircraft to try and bust in, but the process of doing this is a drawn out, repetitive affair. By the end of the game, I had gotten so sick of taking ships down this way (and getting cheaply killed while doing it) that I found the equally repetitive mission of trying to dogfight them to the ground to be the better alternative because it seemed faster. Although you can fight while hovering, the ability is just kind of there as a transition between the ground and the sky and vice versa. When you're down on the ground and obeying the laws of gravity, you'll find that Dark Void is your typical, generic third-person shooter. You take cover on objects, blind fire, hurl grenades, and so on. These robots you're up against take a ton of shots to take down in the early goings of the game, but that really shouldn't matter because you can one-hit kill most of the jerks with your melee attack. Of course, in true Dark Void fashion, there are only a few melee animations, the one where you shoot the robot in the back rarely lines up to look correct, and most of the enemies will stand there while you swing at them. Even if you're shooting them from a distance, many of your enemies will just sit there and take the beating until they're dead. Combat's just there -- it's not exciting or fulfilling.

Capcom tries to put a new twist on the action with "vertical combat," but this is both absurd and the part where most people start getting motion sick. Here, our hero will hover up to a hanging platform ledge, grab on, and somehow make his body parallel to the ledge. Imagine standing flat against a wall -- that's how he's hanging from the underside of these overhangs. It's physically impossible. Anyway, while hanging from this perspective, you're looking up at the action and popping out to shoot baddies and advancing to the next platform with a button tap. This whole shimmying, jetting, rotating, and shooting part gave me a headache. I was able to adjust to it, but I know some IGN editors have not. These "eh" moments of dogfighting, melee attacking people, and vertical combat might not be so grating if Dark Void didn't beat the concepts into the ground. This three-episode game isn't that long (two solid play sessions should polish it off), and you will do these same things over and over again. By the time I reached minute 30 of escorting a massive slow-moving ark down a tight corridor -- I was blasting UFO after UFO from the ark's turrets, dogfighting anti-aircraft guns, and a whole bunch of other annoying stuff -- I was on the verge of tears. When I was using vertical combat to make my way down a hangar and escape the alien base, I was praying for the level to end. These are not the feelings one has when playing a good videogame.

Beyond all the presentation and gameplay fumbles there are actually a few "eww" moments on the technical side. Lip syncing is off, shadows look bad, cutscenes don't run very well, and bland environments are all over the place. Although it's nice to have Nolan North on board for the voice of Will, North sounds exactly like he does as the lead in the Uncharted franchise and the fact that Will looks just like Nathan Drake does little to distract from the fact that you should be playing that game instead of this one. Do these issues sink the game? No, before this stuff popped up I knew it was a lackluster experience, so this was just par for the course -- another cog in the machine of "meh" that is Dark Void.


Planet Hulk (2010)

Planet Hulk (2010)


Filesize: 739450880 Bytes (705.20 MB)
Streams: (i.e. Video, Audio): 2

Video Stream:
Compression: xvid - XVID MPEG-4
Avg. Bitrate: 1085.14 kbit/s
Resolution: 704x400
Color Depth: 12 bits
Running Time: 4867.53 s (1h 21m 7s)
Framerate: 23.9760 fps
Microseconds Per Frame: 41708 ms
Frames: 116704
Keyframes: 1951 (Every 59)

Audio Stream:
Wave Type: 85 - MPEG Layer 3
Avg. Bitrate: 117.47 kbit/s
Sample Rate: 48000 Hz
Bit Depth: 0 Bits
Channels: 2
Audio Delay: 0.00 s


Venetica (2010)

Venetica (2010)

Genre: Action RPG

Publisher: DTP (Digital Entertainment Pool)
Deck 13

Release Date: TBA 2010
Also on:


In the era of Venetica, Death walks among the living as a flesh & blood being, carrying out the deeds of an ancient council known by a few as Corpus. Each generation of the Corpus is set with the task of selecting the next predecessor of the bringer of death. Unfortunately, the most recent council had unwittingly selected a crafty necromancer who is determined on bringing death and destruction to the world.
This conniving imposter has managed to transform into an undead fiend, which no mortal man can kill. This power-crazed necromancer is hell-bent on destroying the reinstated Death and the council of Corpus. Only one person stands in his way, Scarlett, the daughter of Death.
Up to now she has known nothing of her origins, her powers and the capabilities that she possesses – now she is challenged to learn how to develop and use her powers to save her father and curse the necromancer and his henchmen to the eternal hereafter.

Review: (BY IGN)

Earlier this year, Erik got a first look at Venetica, the upcoming action game from Deck 13 and DTP. While he got a quick glimpse at Scarlet, the main character of the title and a brief view of her powers, he it appeared as though we'd all have to wait for E3 to get another peek at the game. At E3 2009 today, I managed to check out Venetica, but once again got only a brief glimpse at Scarlet's adventure, along with a brief amount of info on the game.

Venetica takes place in an alternate 16th century. Scarlet is the daughter of Death, though she isn't initially aware of her connection with the Grim Reaper. However, Death doesn't have a chance to alert her of her connection, because his powers and his strength have been sapped by a cult of necromancers that are trying to use his power to conquer the world. As Death's daughter, Scarlet has his same abilities, although they haven't been awakened yet. But what Scarlet does discover is that she's being hunted by the same necromancers, and she'll have to learn how to train and use her powers to defeat this threat.

While I didn't see any of these abilities in use, I was able to find out additional info about Scarlet's powers, such as the fact that she'll be able to move between the world of the living and the dead to attack enemies, allowing her to sneak up on people, escape incoming blows or even resurrect herself if she takes enough damage. Scarlet will also have the option to climb onto and traverse the roofs of Venice, as well as enter every building in the city and swim its canals. Finally, Scarlet will have three separate guilds that she'll have to interact with: pirates, traders and postmen, which should provide her with missions or other tasks to complete. While it was still a quick glimpse, it'll be interesting to check out Venetica when it's released later this year.



Shredder 12 (2010)

Shredder 12 (2010)

Shredder 12 by Stefan Meyer Kahlen. No other chess program has won so many
world championship titles. The new edition of Shredder is stronger than all previous versions.

Meyer Kahlen: The improvements are visible all over the place. Especially
the search and the evaluation have become much more precise.
The engine is 100 Elo points stronger than the predecessor Shredder 11.


* The new Shredder 12 engine

* Extensive and continually improved Shredder 12 openings book

* New Fritz 12 user interface

* Photo realistic 3D boards in five different designs

* Topical database with 1.5 million games


Mass Effect 2

Mass Effect 2

Genre: RPG

Publisher: Electronic Arts
Developer: BioWare
Release Date: January 26, 2010
Also on: X360

Once again stepping into the role of the heroic Commander Shepard, gamers command their crew on a suicide mission in space. Players must assemble their squad from amongst the galaxy's most powerful mystics, geniuses, and convicts and lead them on a suicide mission to discover why humans are vanishing from the galaxy. The success of the mission hinges on the squad recruited and their loyalty to the mission. Shepard's future depends on it.


Mass Effect is one of my favorite games of the past decade. Despite its technical shortcomings, BioWare's first in what it promised to be a trilogy took the role-playing genre to new cinematic heights. Mass Effect 2 is a better game in near every way. From the very first scene, you will be hooked. And the farther you dive into this epic action role-playing game, the better it gets. It fulfills the promise of its predecessor while continuing to push the boundaries of what we should expect in a videogame.

This is the continued saga of Commander Shepard. It's the future, and all sentient life across the galaxy is in peril. An advanced race of machines known as Reapers is intent on wiping the slate clean. Shepard, a distinguished soldier, has faced this threat and emerged triumphant once, but victory is far from assured. Now Shepard must take the fight to the enemy -- a mission that is dubbed suicidal from the outset. Things don't look very promising, but Shepard has a plan. It involves recruiting the best and brightest from around the galaxy and somehow convincing them their lives are worth sacrificing for the greater good. These heroes are what drive the story. Their motivations become yours as the experience continues to get better with each addition to the cast. Shepard's compatriots are fascinating and flawed; captivating and occasionally despicable. The arc of the main tale itself isn't in itself exceptional, but the characters BioWare has crafted most definitely are. These are some of the most compelling players I've ever seen in a videogame -- the Drell named Thane is a particular favorite of mine -- and the great design and writing isn't limited to the main cast. The citizens of the galaxy are extraordinary and offer more than enough reason to explore every location and talk to everybody.

All of this is made even better by Mass Effect's trademark cinematic and interactive approach to conversations. With Mass Effect 1, BioWare introduced a conversation wheel that allowed for fast-moving, intriguing, and player driven cutscenes. Rather than slowly moving through conversations by selecting dialogue from a list, Mass Effect allows the player to quickly choose an emotional response, which generally include an honorable paragon reaction and a snappy renegade remark. The result is that every little dialogue snippet is about as engaging as they come. It was innovative when Mass Effect 1 first came out, and it's still so far ahead of the curve, backed up by further refinements, including a quick-time interrupt system, and powerful voice acting. Mordin Solus, a Salarian scientist played by Michael Beattie, and Martin Sheen as the Illusive Man, are high points in an all-star cast of voices. The true strength of Mass Effect 2's story, however, is in how personal BioWare has made it. If you played Mass Effect 1 through to the end and still have your save data, this game will import your character and all the decisions you made. The central plot will not drastically change, but the experience most certainly will. Some old friends and acquaintances will return – and others won't – based on decisions you made in the last game. Even the opening moments of Mass Effect 2 can be slightly different.

The actions you take in the sequel only compound this feeling of personalization. By the finale you'll have made so many decisions – ranging from simple things like whether you play as a male or female all the way up to those governing life or death – that the result is a game that is yours and yours alone. Choices you made in Mass Effect 1 come back to remind you of past good deeds or injustices. Decisions made here affect the final outcome. Reminders that everything you do will be reflected in Mass Effect 3 are everywhere, adding further drama to every conversation. Things you say and do actually matter, and that's an incredible sensation to get from a videogame. Even if you didn't play Mass Effect 1, this game is worth playing. If you're not importing a character, BioWare simply makes some of the decisions from Mass Effect 1 for you. It's slightly less dramatic and the story here is often references events in the first game, which might make some bits less thrilling for novices. There are revelations and tantalizing plot twists that Mass Effect veterans will go crazy for. These same moments simply won't carry the same weight with those hopping in for part two. It's a bit of a Catch-22 for the designers tasked with the impossible job of pleasing newcomers while still pushing the limits.

Speaking of pleasing people, BioWare listened to every last bit of criticism leveled at Mass Effect 1. That game, particularly on Xbox 360, suffered from a few technical and presentational issues. This sequel is a much, much cleaner experience. Long elevator rides and slow-loading textures are gone, replaced with (occasionally lengthy) loading screens. Generic cut-and-paste side quests and empty planets to explore have been totally ripped out. Pretty much everything that anybody took even the slightest issue with in Mass Effect 1 has been axed or rebuilt entirely. Even though it's a cleaner production, Mass Effect 2 isn't a perfectly polished game. I've played through the game twice and during that time experienced sound cutting out, my character getting stuck in the environment and full game crashes. Thankfully, these miscues are infrequent, which allows the art style to shine. Mass Effect 2 is a visual treat, filled with breathtaking landscapes and an awesome attention to detail. If you're playing on PC and have a powerful rig (I took Shepard for a spin on an Alienware Intel Core 2 Quad 2.00 GHz prcoessor, dual NVIDIA GeForce GTX 260M cards, and 6 GB of memory), it will look even better.

The improvements aren't only technical. The inventory and skill systems have been made more manageable, streamlined to the point that they might initially appear too thin for a role-playing game. Keep playing, however, and you'll begin to see strength and depth emerge as you further customize your squad. One of the biggest reasons why this streamlined approach to character customization works is the retooled character classes. The same six specialization options are back, ranging from the Jedi-inspired biotic users to the technically inclined engineer. This time, however, they've been defined and differentiated much more clearly, each getting its own set of weapon specializations and unique skills. Playing as a soldier is a vastly different combat experience compared to the vanguard or infiltrator. Each class has its own approach to battle, which is then further defined by how you choose to outfit your squad and where you assign skill points. By the end of the game, everything about Mass Effect 2 will be shaped by your choices – from the story to the ebb and flow of combat. Of course, none of this would matter if it isn't fun to play. Good news. Mass Effect 2 is a lot of fun. The action has been refined to the point that even general fans of shooters will find a lot to like here. It's not perfect, but the game handles quite well. It doesn't take long to master simultaneously ripping off rounds from an assault rifle, tossing out a few biotic skills, and directing the two AI driven squad mates to combine raw power with smart tactics. And when things get really rough -- and they will, Mass Effect 2 is no cake walk -- you can always pull out a heavy weapon and tear the enemy a new one. Add in fantastic level design and awesome skills like the vanguard's charge or the infiltrator's cloaking ability and you have one spectacular virtual playground. Mass Effect 1 toed the line by offering some of the action elements that shooter fans enjoy with some of the role-playing tactics that the hardcore fans of the genre want. The sequel improves both areas for a through-and-through satisfying battle system.

On PC, the heads-up display is a bit different, custom built to work with a keyboard and mouse. Both versions are largely identical, though you will get a few more options for customizing hot keys and skill usage on the PC. Which works better for you will be a matter of personal preference.

An emphasis has clearly been put on ensuring that the combat in Mass Effect 2 never grows stale. Side quests each have their own unique areas to explore -- and you'll have to explore the galactic map, talk to random characters, and find key items to even trigger many of them. The combat zones themselves, however, have been cleaned up to be more straightforward and compelling, rather than repetitive labyrinths. New gameplay twists are introduced frequently with some large quests eschewing combat entirely. There's a great focus on exploration and discovery here and BioWare has made sure that the reward for doing so is worth the effort. Games like Mass Effect 2 don't come around often enough. Look at any aspect and you can be sure it's great. It's incredibly personal while still retaining a sense of epic sweeping scale. The combat and mission design are outstanding. The visuals, voice acting, soundtrack, and direction are miles ahead of the competition. Perhaps most impressively, Mass Effect 2 manages to fulfill its incredible ambition while only suffering from very few technical hiccups. The only real caveat I should mention is that some of the revelations and plot twists won't be quite as powerful if you haven't played Mass Effect 1, but that isn't any reason to skip this fantastic videogame.






Avast! Internet Security 5.0.377

Avast! Internet Security 5.0.377

avast! provides a package of applications that aim to protect your computer from a possible virus infection or other malware threat. If you use it correctly, and in combination with other programs such as data backup utilities, it will significantly reduce the risk of your computer being attacked or infected by a virus, and thus the risk of losing important or private data.

The Avast! Internet Security application comes with an antispam filter and built-in firewall. Once installed, avast! runs silently in the background to protect your computer against all known forms of malware. You don't need to do anything else - just install and forget!

Active internet users need greater protection for themselves as they shop and bank on-line. To secure against threats from infected web sites and the growing risk of identity theft, avast Internet security provides you with continuous protection from its layers of antivirus, anti-spyware, anti-rootkit protection, firewall and antispam.

Real-time shields
The real-time shields are the most important part of the program, as they are working continuously to prevent your computer from becoming infected. They monitor all your computer's activity, checking all programs and files in real-time - i.e. at the moment a program is started or whenever a file is opened or closed.

Virus Chest
The virus chest can be thought of as a folder on your hard disk with special properties, that make it a safe, isolated place for storing potentially harmful files. You can work with the files in the virus chest, with some security restrictions.

avast! antispam filter
avast! Internet Security includes a fully integrated antispam filter to detect unwanted email.

Spam delivered to your mailbox can result in your mailbox quickly becoming full, as a result which, legitimate emails may not be received. It can also unnecessarily increase the load on the email server, internet connection, local networks etc.

avast! Internet Security includes a fully integrated firewall which can be controlled directly from the avast! user interface.

The firewall monitors all communication between your computer and the outside world and blocks unauthorized communication based on a number of "allow" and "deny" rules. In this way, the firewall can prevent sensitive data from leaving your computer and can also block attempted intrusions by external hackers

Command-line scanner
The ashCmd program uses the same avast! scanning engine to detect potential malware infections so the results are exactly the same as running a scan via the normal program interface. The avast! command-line scanner, ashCmd.exe, is normally installed in the directory Crogram FilesAlwil Softwareavast5.

A scan is run from the command prompt using various switches and parameters. To see a description of the parameters, locate the ashCmd file and double click on it. This will open a new window in which the various parameters are displayed.

Here are some key features of "Avast! Internet Security":

· High performance antivirus engine
· Anti-rootkit protection
· Anti-spyware protection
· Script shield
· Process virtualization
· Command line scanner
· Anti-spam filter
· Built-in firewall


· Processor Pentium 3,
· 128 MB RAM,
· 100 MB of free hard disk space

New in This Release:

The main goal of this new version is to improve stability of the Behavior Shield and Firewall components. It would be great if it could be tested especially by those who have had problems with the previous betas (e.g. bsods etc).


Leap Year (2010)

 Leap Year (2010)
Genre: Comedy | Romance

Hey guys, here we have a new and first TS copy of film “Leap year” released by Akilwood.
Leap Year is a 2010 American romantic comedy film directed by Anand Tucker. The film stars
Amy Adams and Matthew Goode as the main characters, Anna and Declan.This film recieved
some good votes on imdb. They used LU`s Video as a source which is not good but just watchable
and they used their own line audio which is not bad.Check Sample first before give it a try

Plot: A woman who has an elaborate scheme to propose to her boyfriend on Leap Day, an Irish
tradition which occurs every time the date February 29 rolls around, faces a major setback when
bad weather threatens to derail her planned trip to Dublin. With the help of an innkeeper, however,
her cross-country odyssey just might result in her getting engaged.

IMDB Rating: 5.7/10 (1,027 votes)
Directed by: Anand Tucker
Starring:Amy Adams, Matthew Goode,Adam Scott

Size: 708 MB
Video: XviD, 640 x 266, 908 Kbps
Audio: English, MP3, 128 kbps
Runtime: 1h 34mn


Kaspersky Rescue Disk (Build 15.01.2010)

Kaspersky Rescue Disk (Build 15.01.2010) 

Kaspersky Rescue Disk - intended for testing and treatment of infected computers. Annex applies when it is not possible to cure your computer with antivirus software or utilities of treatment (eg, Kaspersky AVPTool), run under the operating system. The effectiveness of treatment is increased by the fact that in the system are malicious programs do not receive control during operating system. The program is an iso-image of a multiboot disk. To work with him, you need to burn an ISO image to CD disc, then insert the disc in CD-ROM, and boot from it.
A unique feature of this tool is that it allows you to boot from BIOS, even without going into the system shell Windows. In fact, this almighty tool to combat viruses. Having him in there, you can save the most hopeless computer and all the valuable information on it.

Save the image on a CD, you can use popular programs such as Nero, Alcohol, CloneCD, etc. is not recommended to burn a disc at high speed, because you may have trouble reading. Optimum speed - 8x.

Set the BIOS to boot from CD-ROM. Enter the BIOS menu when you can strarte computer by pressing "Delete" or "F2", depending on the motherboard. In the future you do not have to wait 2-5 minutes., The program will create an information environment itself runs start screen anti-virus.

Due to unique technology, embedded developers, the fight against viruses reached a new level. Now you can easily cope with the most new and dangerous viruses, while maintaining performance of Windows.

Anti-Virus interface - Russian, additional utilities - English.

This CD was made on the basis of the Russian version of Kaspersky Internet Security 2010 Build (ab) with updated topical bases on 14/01/2010.

On the file:
Enabling | reg code: not required
Interface Language: Russian
File Format: iso
Platform / OS: x86 / Win all

Size: 131 MB

Spyware Doctor and Antivirus

Spyware Doctor and Antivirus

Spyware Doctor provides three-way spyware protection for your PC through real-time threat blocking, advanced system scanning and immunization against known browser infections. Spyware Doctor is a multi-award winning spyware removal utility that detects, removes and protects your PC from thousands of potential spyware, adware, Trojans, keyloggers, spybots and tracking thrats. Protect your privacy and computing habits from prying eyes and virtual trespassers with the help of Spyware Doctor.

Anti-virus software and firewalls do not fully protect your system against the majority of spyware and privacy threats. Because spyware is commonly bundled with software downloads, attached to e-mails, or transmitted through networks it can appear to be legitimate software, but once installed it can be
nearly impossible to detect and remove without the help of a dedicated spyware removal tool like Spyware Doctor. Spyware Doctor has consistently been awarded Editors' Choice, by leading PC magazines and testing laboratories around the world, including United States, United Kingdom
, Sweden, Germany and Australia. All current versions of Spyware Doctor have won Editors' Choice awards from PC Magazine in United States. In addition, after leading the market in 2005, Spyware Doctor was awarded the prestigious Best of the Year at the end of 2005.

Spyware Doctor Tools:

- Spyware & Adware Scanner Keylogger
- Guard Popup
- Blocker Phishing
- Protector Real Time
- Protection Browser
- Guard Spyware Cookie
- Guard Malware
- Immunizer

What's New in Spyware Doctor 7.0 :

• NEW! ThreatFire™ Behavioral Intelligence features next-generation technology to block new threats faster than traditional signature methods.
• NEW! Multi-layered browsing protection against web-based attacks, including phishing attempts, rogueware scare tactics and silent drive-by downloads, using a combination of reactive blacklists and proactive dynamic content analysis technologies.
• NEW! State Awareness Modes intuitively detect how you are using your PC and adjust to minimize performance impact and reduce interruptions.
• NEW! Browser Guard stops 'drive-by' downloads of fake AV or malicious files from compromised or exploit websites.
• NEW! Protection Statistics Report informs you of how PC Tools has protected your PC over the last 30 days.
• IMPROVED! Advanced rootkit detection technology identifies and removes hidden threats from your PC.
• IMPROVED! Built on a modular architecture which utilizes a diverse range of technologies that detect, block and remove threats attempting to compromise your PC.
• IMPROVED! Site Guard blocks you from visiting potentially unsafe or phishing websites and from downloading threats through your browser, IM or email.
* Cookie Guard automatically removes potentially malicious tracking and advertising cookies.

Constant real-time IntelliGuard protection prevents known and new malware threats before they can install and cause any harm to your PC. IntelliGuard monitors for malicious activity involving spyware processes, viral activity, tracking cookies, suspicious ActiveX objects, browser hijackers, keyloggers, trojans and more.

Intelli-Scan swiftly hunts and kills active spyware threats - utilizes patent-pending spider scanning technology to quickly identify and remove threats.

Behavior Guard, built on ThreatFire's patent-pending ActiveDefense technology intelligently scans and analyzes computer processes to accurately detect and block any malicious activity.

Smart Updates silently and automatically install protection updates and product upgrades to ensure powerful protection against the latest threat outbreaks.

24/7 Global Malware Research Centre constantly tackles the latest threat types and implements new innovations and technologies to quickly combat cybercrime.

Game Mode automatically detects your PC switching into full-screen mode for games, movies or presentations and ensures an uninterrupted experience.

Idle Mode automatically runs resource intensive tasks when your PC is not in use.

Power Saving Mode postpones power-intensive tasks until your laptop is plugged in, extending battery life.

Compatible with: Windows 2000, XP, Vista ( 32/64-bits ), Win7 ( 32/64-bits )
Multilingual: English, Spanish, French, Italian, German, Portugués, etc


Slysoft AnyDVD HD

Slysoft AnyDVD HD 

AnyDVD HD application will come with same functionality as AnyDVD, but with additional features for full HD-DVD (High Definition DVD) support, including decryption of HD-DVD movie discs. Allows you to watch movies over a digital display connection, without HDCP compliant graphics card and HDCP compliant display. No need to buy an expensive monitor. Sweet! AnyDVD HD is the “must have” utility for the serious home theater enthusiast using a media center / home theater PC.


Offline Explorer Enterprise v5.8.3158

Offline Explorer Enterprise v5.8.3158

Using Offline Explorer Enterprise, you can download an unlimited number of your favorite Web, FTP, HTTPS, MMS, PNM and RTSP sites for later offline viewing, editing or browsing. Offline Explorer Enterprise is the most sophisticated offline browser that also has many web development features to easily edit, view, browse or search your downloaded Web pages using its built-in browser.

Offline Explorer Enterprise combines the usability of Offline Explorer with the power of Offline Explorer Pro and adds:
· The ability to download up to 100 million URLs per Project;
· An OLE Automation interface to enable control from other applications;
· The ability to update Projects with deleted files

Offline Explorer Enterprise is an ideal product for companies that want to have their own offline browsing solutions. We put all our experience - since January 1997 - in offline browsing into it.

The enterprise edition was optimized to use as little memory as possible during downloads. We redesigned the parsing queue and map files format. Map files are no longer loaded in memory, but kept on the disk. Offline Explorer Enterprise reads only the necessary map segments to display in the Project Map or to add new entries.

Map files now have an .mpx extension and are not compatible with other versions of Offline Explorer. Offline Explorer Enterprise converts old map files to the new format when necessary, but the reverse operation is not included. So, if you install Offline Explorer or Offline Explorer Pro over the Enterprise edition, some map information might be lost. Projects and other files formats are the same, so all settings, Projects and templates will be preserved.

OLE Automation opens Offline Explorer Enterprise to solution developers. It is now possible to write a program using Visual C++, Visual Basic, Delphi or another COM-compatible development environment to start new downloads, manage Projects and process downloaded Web sites via Offline Explorer.

Offline Explorer Enterprise provides full access to its folders, Projects and downloads. A complete help file on OLE Automation details is provided in the Content section.

Now you can delete downloaded Project files and Offline Explorer Enterprise will still be able to download only new or modified files from the Web site.

The information about the files you remove is stored in a compact database.

For example, if you downloaded a collection of large PDF files that were burned on a CD, you can delete the files from your hard disk using the File | Delete | Only Project Files command. When you start downloading the Project the next time, Offline Explorer Enterprise will determine if any of the deleted files have changed and download only new and updated files.

This feature saves space by preventing storage of duplicate files.

One of Offline Explorer Enterprise`s strengths is to allow you to selectively include or exclude individual servers, directories and files using keywords. It is known for its excellent user interface and as one of the fastest Web site downloaders available on the market today. Support of industry-standard technologies such as FTP, HTTPS, different proxy servers, Java and VB scripts, Java classes, Cascading Style Sheets (CSS,) Macromedia Flash, XML/XSL/DTD,Table Of Contents (TOC,) Acrobat (PDF,) M3U, AAM files, RealMedia (.SMIL, .RAM, .RPM,) MS NetShow Channel (.NSC,) VRML (.WRL, .WRZ,) QuickTime (.MOV,) MMS, PNM and RTSP audio/video streams and cookies plus a built-in HTTP server that allows you to share downloaded files over an Intranet, make Offline Explorer Enterprise the leader in offline browsing.

Key features of "Offline Explorer Enterprise":

· The ability to download up to 100 million URLs per Project
· An OLE Automation interface to enable control from other applications
· An original feature to update Projects with deleted files
· Very fast, easy and reliable file retrieval from the Web (including FTP, HTTP, HTTPS, MMS and RTSP sites)
· HTTP, SOCKS4, SOCKS5 and User@Site Proxy support
· Download up to 500 files simultaneously
· Downloaded web sites may be viewed with an external browser or with our Internal Browser. (Note: this option requires MSIE 3.02 or higher.)
· Downloaded Web pages may be printed from the Internal Browser. It is also possible to print the whole site at once.
· Downloaded Web sites may be published on the Web or exported to any other directory
· Since Offline Explorer uses relative path translation, downloaded files can be easily relocated
· Supports Drag-and-Drop links from Browsers
· Monitors Clipboard for manual or automatic creation of new Projects
· Fully configurable user interface (including toolbar) with a handy New Project Wizard
· Will run in the background
· Provides support and extracts links from Java and VB Scripts, Java Classes, Cascading Style Sheets (.CSS), Macromedia Flash (.SFW), XML/XSL/DTD, Table Of Contents (.TOC), MPEG 3 Play List (.M3U), Authorware (.AAM) and Acrobat (.PDF) files
· The only offline browser that fully supports all known XML technologies, including XSL and DTD files
· Supports use of MS IE cookies while downloading
· Multiple Project Templates make new Project creation simple
· Downloaded sites easily exported to another location in required format or added to a ZIP or MHT file
· Built-in Backup/Restore projects
· Search through downloaded files for keywords in filenames or in HTML text
· Multiple Projects selection allows fast operations on the Projects tree
· Internal Dialer with ability to disconnect or shutdown computer automatically when download is complete
· Flexible URL Filters with powerful keyword support to fine tune your downloads
· Download speed control
· Downloads can be scheduled, sequenced or started from the command line

What's new in Offline Explorer Enterprise 5.8.3158:

· Added View - Recent Downloads menu
· Added skipping unsafe scripts from and sites
· Improved linking when BASE tag is present
· Improved editing files when "dir" file was moved to "dir.htm"
· Improved Suspend To File feature
· Added auto-hide low disk space errors on status bar when disk gets more space
· Improved processing links that begin from #xd; or #xa; symbols
· Improved Disposition processing when filenames from different URLs are the same
· Improved export to Compressed EXE files
· Added {:FileURLEncode=} URL Macro support
· Improved displaying very long URLs in the Project Map
· Added faster export cancelling
· Added Spanish Help file
· Bug Fix: Fixed some beep messages when parsing files
· Bug Fix: Fixed error on some slow systems when running the first time
· Bug Fix: Fixed localization issues after installation
· Bug Fix: Fixed Internal server when browsing links with + symbols

Size: 12.8 MB


PDF-XChange Pro 4.0.0174 (x86)

PDF-XChange Pro 4.0.0174 (x86) 

PDF-XChange Version is an Adobe compatible, PDF file creation software. PDF-XChange offers an efficient compression and optimisation for PDF file generation.
PDF-XChange Version is an Adobe compatible, PDF file creation software. PDF-XChange offers an efficient compression and optimisation for PDF file generation. Create PDF files with ease from any Windows software application or if you're a Software Developer and would like information relating to the PDF-XChange SDK version to incorporate PDF-XChange in your applications for royalty-free distribution then the SDK could well be the right solution for you.PDF-XChange Pro is the as the Standard version with 1 additional application bundled, PDF-Tools.ou can also add notes, watermarks, use the flexibility to configure and optimize to get the smallest file, compared with similar programs, the file size without compromising quality. The program provides a utility batch conversion of documents Word, Excel and file formats that are supported by IE, as well as many others (DOC, RTF, TXT, XLS, HTML). Included with the professional version of PDF-XChange is delivered as PDF-Tools - tools for creating new PDF-files from the images and manipulating the existing files. With this tool you can easily combine PDF-files, delete them from the page, extract fragments, images and text, create and edit bookmarks, and send files via email and put it on their servers, HTTP and FTP.

Size: 37 MB


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