The big new release during the last week was the long-awaited Mozilla Firefox 4. After many betas, the final release was made available worldwide and, if you're still using Firefox 3.6, we strongly suggest you upgrade as soon as possible (soon you'll be forced to upgrade as Firefox 3.x will be discontinued). Firefox 4 ships with a brand new user-interface, HTML 5 support and much more. We have the Windows and Mac edition to download.
If you've been one of the successful iPad 2 purchasers since the launch the other week, we're sure you'll be seeking iPad 2-specific games. They are few and far between, but do exist. Real Racing 2 HD is a powerful racing game, taking full advantage of the new iPad 2 gyroscope and improved graphics. WebEx for iPad 2 is a powerful video conference call app, whilst we have all heard about Garageband and iMovie, specifically designed for your iPad 2.
Recuva 1.40 was released this week, with full support for recovering files using Windows 7 SP1. Recuva Portable enables you to take the recovery tool on the road. VLC Media Player, the powerful video player, was upgraded to 1.18, whilst Adobe Flasher Player reached 10.2.
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