What once was a seemingly innocent way to send out advertising has turned into a nationwide epidemic, so much so that programs have been created just to prevent it. What I speak of the epidemic known as "Spam", or unsolicited advertising in the form of emails that get dumped into our inboxes every day. Several programs have been created to fight this epidemic, with mixed results. Today we'll look at Symantec's offering, Norton AntiSpam 2004.
With so many viruses out there, you need a good piece of antivirus software to keep your computer well protected. While there are several programs on the market, the most famous of these is Symantec's Norton AntiVirus. We take an extensive look at the latest version, Norton AntiVirus 2004, to see if it's not only worth purchasing, but worth upgrading as well. Read more inside
With powerful tools, an intuitive interface and an affordable price, Adobe Photoshop Elements combines the power of Photoshop with customized features that enable users to freely explore their creativity while mastering the elements of digital imaging.
It seems that with every successive Adobe release, designers, photographers and photo editors alike just can't wait to get their hands on exciting new features. The new Photoshop 7.0 is no exception, adding additional image control to an already remarkable software title. How else did you think we produced the graphics for this site?
Illustrator 10 offers more powerful new drawing and automation tools, such as editable warping effects and symbols (adaptable masters of objects or images). Adobe Illustrator is now available in the United States and Canada for an estimated street price of U.S. $425, but registered users of earlier versions can upgrade to version 10 for U.S. $149. For both web and print output, nothing beats Illustrator as an all-around drawing program.