Top Free Anti Virus Software for Windows

Posted on January 22, 2015

Top Free Antivirus software for 2015 How do you distinguish a good anti-virus software from a bad one? What parameters do you apply to determine whether you are getting reliable protection against security threats such as viruses and malware? There are a number of criteria that you should consider when picking out a good anti-virus software. A good anti-virus program provides real-time protection, the ability to deep scan your files, and auto-updating of definitions. Most good anti-virus software can also scan email and your network connection, detecting any inconsistencies in programs attempting to access the net. Running regular virus checks is a maintenance task that you should be doing on a monthly basis, and you need a solid anti-virus program to do this. Below is a run-down of the top free antivirus software for 2015.

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PS Vita firmware 3.36 now available

Posted on January 17, 2015

Sony has just released the latest firmware update for the PlayStation Vita with Vita firmware 3.36

PS Vita

The 3.36 update is just a very small update and so far no new features are included, only a “System software stability” note as you can read below:

  • System software stability during use of some features has been improved.

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iOS 9 already spotted in the wild

Posted on January 14, 2015

Yes you read that right, this early iOS 9 has already been spotted running in the wild. We are seeing signs that Apple has already begun testing the new iOS even as early as last year.

iphone 6 plusPictured: iPhone 6 Plus (not on iOS 9)

Usually, Apple releases a new iOS version at around September every year, while developers get to have access to the latest iOS version months before to prepare their Apps for compatibility and other improvements regarding the new iOS.

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Every year Apple releases a new version of the iPhone, and every year Samsung also releases a new galaxy phone, same with other companies like Sony, HTC who also releases a new version of their flagship phone every year. Some of us stay with and keep our old phones while some go out and upgrade to the newest model each year.

Apple iPhone and Samsung Galaxy

For those who upgrade, it’s a question of what to do with their old phones. Some just keep their old phone in a closet or drawer somewhere, some opt to give it away to a friend or loved one, some trade-in their old phones in order to get a discount for a newer one, while others, they just simply sell their old phones as sometimes you get higher value for it rather than trading it in.

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MultiMan v04.66.10 update now available

Posted on January 13, 2015

Let’s start the new year with a new update for our favorite PS3 file manager with MultiMan 04.66.10.


Deank has released 2 updates actually, the first was MultiMan 04.66.09 that was released December 7th last year. It was a rather small update to fix some minor issues. So we’ll jump right to the newest version.

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It’s been a long time now since Apple has made the iWork suite completely free for Macs bought from 2013 and up. New Mac users are able to download the iWork suite for free from the Mac App store, but what what about users who are still using older Macs?

How to download iWork for free on older iMacs

If you are using an older iMac, you would still need to buy each app at around $19.99 each, and if you want all three (Pages, Numbers and Keynote) that amounts to almost $60. That’s pretty expensive.

Pages, Numbers and Keynote

Well here’s some good news for you. Here is a simple trick on how to download iWork for free in 5 easy steps.

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Apple Store now accepts PayPal

Posted on December 16, 2014

Apple has now started to accept Paypal as form of payment via its online store. Although PayPal is already accepted for online purchases from the iTunes, App Store and the iBook Store, its only now that Apple has started to accept Paypal as payment when purchasing iPhones, iPads, Macs and other hardware via the Online Apple Store.

Apple Store now accepts PayPal

It has been reported that Paypal has previously criticized Apple regarding its Cloud platform security issues. But now it seems that PayPal has recently been friendly to Apple because it was speculated that PayPal feels threatened by Apple Pay due to Apple’s mobile dominance in the mobile payment market.

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MultiMan v04.66.06 update now available

Posted on December 4, 2014

Update: MultiMAN 04.66.10 now vailable.

Deank has been at it again as he releases a new update for Multiman with MultiMan 04.66.06.


Just a few days after releasing MultiMan 4.66.05, Deank has released this update to fix the issues found in some new games such as “Shadow of Mordor” where some users have problems launching the game.

Like with MultiMan 4.66.05, this update bring really nothing much in terms of new features but brings along some bug fixes to improve stability which is better if you ask us.

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PS4 Firmware Update 2.03 to arrive soon

Posted on December 4, 2014

Sony has announced via their twitter account that PS4 users should expect a Firmware Update with PS4 firmware 2.03.

PS4 Firmware Update 2.03 to arrive soon

The tweet is as follows:

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MultiMan 4.66.05 Released

Posted on November 30, 2014

Update: MultiMAN 04.66.06 udpate now vailable.

Looks like Deank has been very busy yet again these past few days, just after releasing MultiMan 4.66.04, he has released a new update today with MultiMan 4.66.05.


The update does not really bring much and just includes a fix aimed for cobra users having problems with MultiMan, some users were reported to have been getting a 80010017 error.

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