When people need to synchronize, backup or frequently share files/data between a variety of devices (including computers and mobile phones), any traditional ways of file transfer are relatively inadequate. For example, a lot of cloud storage services like Dropbox have more and more and increasingly obvious limitations or restrictions. These include: files have to be uploaded to their servers for transfer, very limited disk space capacity, pretty high requirements on Internet connection speed and stability, limitation of transmission speed and bandwidth usage, very few acceptable file types, not high enough security, easy to be blocked by some countries, expensive cost, and so on. Thereupon, Resilio Sync (formerly called BTsync, full name BitTorrent Sync, now Sync for short) came out. Continue reading Resilio Sync – Simple and practical multi-platform file synchronization tool
Continue reading [v2017.2.0] Unity – Currently most popular multi-platform 3D/2D games universal IDE
There is no doubt that occasional rearrangement of home furnishings or update of furniture can bring our monotonous life a lot of freshness and fun. However, the traditional design method using drawings or large industry software (such as AutoCAD, SketchUp) is obviously too much troublesome. In this case, we need to turn to specialized interior design software for help.
Continue reading [v4.1.1] Home Design 3D – Cross-platform 3D home design app
i.Scribe is a small, portable and cross-platform (Windows, Linux and Mac OS X) free desktop E-mail client that integrates with contact database and calendar. It’s a classic app that was first released in 1999. In 2003, i.Scribe led to a commercial, full-strength edition InScribe, which comes with Unlimited Send/Receive Accounts, Unlimited Filtering, Multiple Identities, Outlook (MAPI) Export.
Continue reading [v2.1] InScribe – Small email client with integreted contact database & calendar
The research supported by real statistics indicates that, Chrome, its source Chromium and countless homologous varieties browsers have overwhelmingly occupied the market of web browsers. Although this is true and not always a good thing.
Continue reading [v63.0] Latest Portable Versions of Google Chrome & Chromium
WPS Office (formerly called: Word Processing System, AKA: Kingsoft Office, and now represents Writer, Presentation, Spreadsheets) is the most popular free and cross-platform office suite in the world at present. It has a longer development history than Microsoft Office (initial release:1988 VS 1990). We can say, it is the only best one in so many free alternatives of MS Office.
Continue reading [v10.2.0] WPS Office – Most popular free office suite in the world
Winamp was first released in 1997, and had taken the world since Version 2 (released in 1998). From Version 3 (released in 2002), Winamp started losing a lot of users. The subsequent V5 and V5.x are both powerless. We can see that, even now, Winamp still hasn’t given up the hope of rebirth! While the key to its fate is its frequent owners’ change hands (being acquired by AOL was a fatal mistake) and indecisive business pattern and profit model (free -> commercial -> free) – reduced to a pure trade good, which made iTunes perfect. Continue reading [v5.666] Winamp – Most classic music player with little chance to roll over