Brian Reginald Martin

Helpful votes received on reviews: 91% (42 of 46)
Location: UK


Top Reviewer Ranking: 2,407,982 - Total Helpful Votes: 42 of 46
Logitech USB Marble Mouse by Logitech
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Standard mice give me RSI because you have to use the fore and middle fingers to do left and right clicks (for a right hand). This puts a lot of strain on the tendons in the hand and feels awkward plus you have to shove the thing around the desktop to move the pointer. With this you do left click with thumb and right click with the middle or maybe ring finger which means you're using the wrist rather than fingers. The ball is operated with the forefinger and the dimensions of the device fit my hand perfectly and the buttons are nice and light, making clicking a dream. Other trackballs I've tried have been the wrong dimensions for the human hand, or have had heavy buttons that wear your… Read more
Windows Vista, Ultimate Edition with Service Pack &hellip by Microsoft Software
4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
First off, I'm not a Microsoft worshipper, but I'm not into bashing them just for the sake if it either.

Initially I listened to the negative comments on Amazon and the net and decided not to upgrade. But when I first encountered it on a laptop at work, I found myself thinking Vista wasn't so bad after all. So in the end I decided to upgrade my home PC and am glad I did and wouldn't consider going back to XP. So let's look at the usual complaints.

You DO need a powerful and compatible PC. If in doubt you can download a utility from Microsoft to check your current hardware. I would recommend this. I suspect that a lot of people are moaning because they didn't check… Read more
Kaspersky Internet Security 7 (1 PC, 1 Year subscr&hellip by Kaspersky Lab
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Still the best, 12 Jan 2008
When my version 6 license ran out I upgraded to version 7 and have so far found the new version to be at least as good as the previous one. This software has a good reputation for providing good security but not hogging PC resources which as far as I'm concerned is paramount. Protection systems that bring a PC to its knees are almost as bad as the viruses they're supposedly protecting you from. I've had little problems with Kaspersky so I can't understand the negative reviews especially the one about the old fashioned UI. Just try AVG for a dated, ugly and confusing interface, for instance. A good thing about Kaspersky is that the virus databases are updated usually once an hour… Read more

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