Classic Shell 4.0 Review and more
Posted on: 09/15/2013 09:25 AM
Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles, including Classic Shell 4.0 Review, Corsair Releases RM Series Power Supplies, Roundup: 10 best Mac OS X add-ons to get more done, SuperTalent USB 3.0 Express Dram Disk Review, and Ultimate Camera Free EN Review
Classic Shell 4.0 Review @ Dedoimedo
As you know, I really like Classic Shell. It is a superb little piece of software that allows Windows users to choose their application menu layout, going all the way back to the old looks, if they like. It works for all Windows editions, and most importantly, it allows Windows 8 users to get rid of the stupid Start Screen and use a normal menu on their desktops.
I have highlighted the great importance of this program on many occasions, even going as far back as the Windows XP and Windows 7 transition. Then, I told you how it was going to save Microsoft from complete failure, by providing an alternative to disappointed users, and allowing them to keep using Windows 8. The same applies to the equally colossal failure successor called Windows 8.1, which we have discussed several weeks ago. Now, there's a new version of Classic Shell out, and it's even better than before.
Read more: Classic Shell 4.0 Review @ DedoimedoCorsair Releases RM Series Power Supplies @ Anandtech
Corsair sell a lot of components for PCs: memory, cases, SSDs, cooling, peripherals and power supplies to name their current lineup. For that last element, Corsair have released a new range of 'ultra-quiet' fully modular power supplies, dubbed the RM series. These PSUs replace the TX Series line while offering 80 PLUS Gold across the range, meaning a minimum energy efficiency at 87% for 20% load and 90% for 50% load (88%/92% respectively for 230V AC).
Read more: Corsair Releases RM Series Power Supplies @ AnandtechRoundup: 10 best Mac OS X add-ons to get more done @ Techradar
Apple has always had a very definite idea about how you should go about doing things. Typically, its operating systems have been stripped back, lacking the slew of options and configuration settings power users tend to like.
Read more: Roundup: 10 best Mac OS X add-ons to get more done @ TechradarSuperTalent USB 3.0 Express Dram Disk Review @ The SSD Review
For the first time for as long as I can remember, I am sitting here stunned at what I just learned, and experienced, in new technology. Just as I could use words such as amazing, unbelievable and remarkable to describe the Super Talent Dram Disk, I could also guarantee your amazement by letting you in on the fact that ST Dram Disk's PCMark Vantage results brought in a Total Point Score of 851915 and a top transfer speed of 5007MB/s while conducting tests. Not believing this, we decided to transfer a 2.5GB 1080P video file to measure transfer speeds and it couldn't be done as this file was transferred in tenth's of a second, if not faster. Do we have your attention yet?
Read more: SuperTalent USB 3.0 Express Dram Disk Review @ The SSD ReviewUltimate Camera Free EN Review @ TUAW
You can add Ultimate Camera Free EN to the list of interesting iPhone photo apps that add some unique features to iPhone photography, even getting ahead of some of the enhanced features in the new iPhone 5s.
Read more: Ultimate Camera Free EN Review @ TUAW