Make Internet Explorer 11 Work for You With These Tips and more
Posted on: 09/21/2013 10:41 AM

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles, including Make Internet Explorer 11 Work for You With These Tips, Intel NUC Kit D54250WYK Overclocking, Back in jail with iOS 7, HTC One Red Smartphone Review, and Here's why the CrossFire Eyefinity/4K story matters

Make Internet Explorer 11 Work for You With These Tips @ MakeUseOf
Internet Explorer 11 isnt terrible! In fact, if youve got a Windows tablet and have bought into the whole Metro sorry, Modern interface, its probably the best touch-based browser you can use. Weve already looked at how Internet Explorer 11 has matured into a modern browser and has left behind IE 10s more annoying limitations. Well be focusing on the Modern version of Internet Explorer 11 here. The desktop version is almost the same as ever, aside from a few new features like Developer Tools and the ability to sync tabs with other Windows 8 and Windows Phone...


Read more: Make Internet Explorer 11 Work for You With These Tips @ MakeUseOf

Thecus N2560 NAS Review @ HardwareHeaven.com
The focus of today's review is a brand new NAS from Thecus. The N2560 uses the latest media ready ATOM processor from Intel as well as running Thecus newest operating system, version 6. With HDMI/audio out and the relevant media apps bundled can perform well enough to be our storage and media centre?


Read more: Thecus N2560 NAS Review @ HardwareHeaven.com


OCZ Vertex 450 256 GB SSD @ techPowerUp
The Vertex 450 is OCZ's replacement for their Vertex 4 and uses OCZ's own in-house Indilinx Barefoot controller. In our testing we see performance that matches the Vertex 4, at a lower price. The included TrueImage HD software makes migration easier than before, especially for less experienced users.


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Intel NUC Kit D54250WYK Overclocking @ Legit Reviews
We've spent pretty much all our free time this week using the Intel NUC Kit D54250WYK and if you couldn't tell from our review, we love the new design and the Intel 4th Generation Core i5-4250U Haswell processor that powers it. In our review we showed you the general performance of the system running at stock speeds. The one question that we didn't answer at that time is how it performs when overclocked. There aren't too many things that you can overclock on the NUC since the CPU multiplier and bus speeds are locked down, but we can overclock the DDR3 memory. In the past overclocking the memory clock frequency has yielded some pretty good results for memory bandwidth limited applications and gaming benchmarks. Read on to see how the Intel NUC Kit D54250WYK performs with 1866MHz memory!


Read more: Intel NUC Kit D54250WYK Overclocking @ Legit Reviews

Back in jail with iOS 7 @ The Tech Report
Today, it's the turn of our resident Mac blogger, Jason Fox, to blog about his upgrade to iOS 7. Fox also recounts the process of un-jailbreaking his iPhone to accommodate the new software update.


Read more: Back in jail with iOS 7 @ The Tech Report

Apple iOS 7 Review @ TechReviewSource.com
iOS 7 marks a major turn for Apple's mobile operating system, both visually and in all it has to offer. Users will embrace the long list of new features with open arms, and the design is a breath of fresh air. There's still room for improvement, to be sure, but iOS has truly blossomed in this release.


Read more: Apple iOS 7 Review @ TechReviewSource.com

Rosewill Tachyon 750W Power Supply Review @ ThinkComputers.org
When it comes to power supplies we know that the 80 PLUS certifications are very important. The certification lets consumers know how efficient the power supply they are purchasing is. Currently the highest certification in the US is 80 PLUS Platinum, which offers 92% efficiency at 50% load and 89% efficiency at 100% load. Today we will be taking a look at one such 80 PLUS Platinum certified power supply in Rosewill's Tachyon 750W unit. This power supply features a single 12V rail design, semi-modular cables, and a silent 140mm fan. Let's take a look!


Read more: Rosewill Tachyon 750W Power Supply Review @ ThinkComputers.org

ASRock Z87 Extreme4 Intel LGA1150 Motherboard Review @ OCinside.de
Today we test the new ASRock Z87 Extreme4 Intel LGA 1150 motherboard at .
It is based on the Intel Z87 chipset and offers a high-quality solution for current 1150-pin Haswell processors like the Intel Core i7-4770K, Intel Core i5-4570 or the Intel Core i5-4670K, which we have used to test and overclock this motherboard.
Surely only a few motherboards can compete with the recently tested ASRock Z87M OC Formula when overclocking, but the basic equipment of the ASRock Extreme series sets definitely new standards.
The ASRock Z87 Extreme4 offers for example a total of five PCI Express slots, up to nine USB3.0 ports, eight SATA3 ports, eSATA3, DisplayPort, 15-pin D-Sub, DVI-D, HDMI out, HDMI in and purity sound with digital sound output over an optical S/PDIF output.
We may be curious to see all results of the ASRock Z87 Extreme4 in the following review.


Read more: ASRock Z87 Extreme4 Intel LGA1150 Motherboard Review @ OCinside.de

EA SPORTS Madden NFL 25 Video Game Review @ Benchmark Reviews
EA SPORTS Madden NFL 25 is more than another annual installment to the Madden franchise, it's the brand's 2014 edition to be sure, but it also combines teams and players from the past 25 years: 1989-2014. By collecting some of the greatest players to ever handle the pigskin over the past twenty-five years, Madden NFL 25 assembles the Madden Ultimate Team based on your preferences. Alternatively, you can keep things current and use players with 2013 statistics, or even manage your own team through Connected Franchise. In this article, Benchmark Reviews decides if EA SPORTS Madden NFL 25 receives the two-point conversion or gets sacked.


Read more: EA SPORTS Madden NFL 25 Video Game Review @ Benchmark Reviews

HTC One Red Smartphone Review @ KitGuru
Today we are going to take a look at one of the most highly-regarded smartphones currently on the market, the HTC One. The One is a make-or-break product for HTC as their market share has declined significantly over the past couple of years. They are working hard to re-establish their place as one of the top smartphone manufacturers.


Read more: HTC One Red Smartphone Review @ KitGuru

Microsoft EMET v4 review & extensive tutorial @ Dedoimedo
I've written a very long, extensive review & tutorial of Microsoft Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit v4, including installation requirements and setup, the first-time wizard, overview of basic functions like import/export, applications & certificate trust options, profiles, reporting, system status and the mitigation levels - disabled/enabled, app opt in/out, always on, application setup using full path and wildcards, default action, mitigation settings, mitigation types, certificate trust setup with protected website and pinning rules, protection profiles overview and XML format howto, group policy templates, safe practices, recommendations, additional reading, and more. Enjoy.


Read more: Microsoft EMET v4 review & extensive tutorial @ Dedoimedo

SilverStone Precision PS07 Case Review Redux @ Anandtech
We revisit SilverStone's mainstream micro-ATX enclosure to test its newest revision.    


Read more: SilverStone Precision PS07 Case Review Redux @ Anandtech

Luxa2 H1 Premium Mobile Holder @ Bjorn3D
Some of our lives are busy and disorganized. We wake up in the morning and we rush to work to find ourselves overwhelmed with too many things, sometimes too much to handle. The clutter of paperwork doesnt help either, making us feel like were working in a mess and feel disorganized.


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Here's why the CrossFire Eyefinity/4K story matters @ The Tech Report
Earlier this week, we posted a news item about an article written by Ryan Shrout over at PC Perspective. In the article, Ryan revealed some problems with using a Radeon CrossFire multi-GPU setups and multiple displays.

I noticed that many folks reacted to our news item by asking why this story matters, given the known issues with CrossFire that have persisted literally for years. I have been looking into these things for myself, and I think I can explain.


Read more: Here's why the CrossFire Eyefinity/4K story matters @ The Tech Report



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