Bluestacks enables you to run Android applications and games on your PC. BlueStacks and their 140 million users empower the world to play Android games directly on PC. As the largest mobile gaming platform for PC and Mac, we give players the tools they need to be the more competitive.
Assign your keyboard and mouse to the actions you want to perform in your game with our simple keymapping tool. Save you keymap and use it each time you play to save time. Not only can you map taps buy you can also map tilting, swiping, and many more native mobile actions directly to your keyboard or mouse. Imagine how much quicker you can be in games like VainGlory or Clash Royale if you could point with the precision of a mouse.
App Player now acts more akin to a Browser interface, allowing users to play multiple apps at once. Keep your messenger running in a tab while you take a stab at new games. Play an app while another is downloading … the possibilities for use are endless.
Users can now enjoy easy access to functions like set location, shake the screen, adjust volume, and many more. Try out all these actions inside the new Toolbar on the left side of App Player. To fully immerse yourself inside of App Player, simply click the Full Screen button.
We constantly look at our users’ feedback and are ready to release new optimizations for some of the most requested apps.
Here are some of our favorites:
- We added a BlueStacks TV window to App Player, and inside we’ve curated live streams based on what we think you specifically would be interested in. Don’t waste time searching for a stream when you could already be watching one.
- We’ve cut away all the special equipment, software, and hassle to bring you the easiest streaming experience. Once you’re live, you can easily keep track of your viewers and interact with them in your Twitch chat. Don’t forget to use headphones. Watching a game is always more fun with friends.
- We added real time Twitch chat to all live streams so you can join in on the conversation. Share your live stream quickly to Facebook and Twitter. Add #BlueStacksTV so that we can feature your stream on our social media. We can’t wait to see how you use BlueStacks TV and make it your own.
We’ll be watching so we can improve your experience as fast as possible.
All it takes to start repairing your system is to click the “Start Scan” button on the Reimage website. You are then prompted to save the installer, which is a very small program that downloads the rest of the Reimage files (about 7MB worth). When those components have fully downloaded, the install process is complete and the Reimage scanning process begins.During the scan, Reimage thoroughly checks your system. In addition to looking for damaged or modified Windows files and registry entries, it also looks at how much free space your hard drive has, how much memory is installed in your computer, how hot your processor is, and which programs are causing crashes (and how often). Findings are presented in easy-to-understand, non-technical language.
Reimage even checks your system for malware infections. You’re probably running an antivirus program that offers full-time protection already, but no program detects every single infection. It never hurts to double-check your system for nasties like Trojans, hijackers, and rootkits, and Reimage is up to the task. The malware scanner is powered by multiple systems, including Avira, which develops one of the most widely-used antivirus programs in the world.
Once you’re ready accept Reimage’s recommendations and complete the repair process your system will reboot. Prior to booting Windows, Reimage will step in and finish repairing and replacing any files it flagged during the scan. When that’s done, your computer finishes loading Windows and displays your newly-repaired desktop.
On my problematic Windows 7 test system, the entire process took about 45 minutes. While no infections were found, Reimage accurately noted several stability problems. The Novell Netware client, Teamviewer, and Google Chrome had all caused a number of crashes recently, and Reimage picked up on all three. After a quick reboot to replace files that were in use (which took less than five minutes), I was deposited back at my Windows desktop. Three days later, I had yet to experience a single crash and my system was running beautifully.
If a Reimage operation happens to cause a program to stop working on your computer, you can undo the changes. That said, I performed several scans on multiple computers running a wide variety of software and never experienced any unexpected “breakage.”
There is one major downside to Reimage: a working Internet connection is required. In my many years as a technician, one of the most common problems I fixed for people was (you guessed it) a broken Internet connection. I also expect that DNS-hijacking malware will prevent Reimage from contacting its servers in order to block removal or repair attempts.
While I count Reimage’s price tag of $70 per year as a minus, there’s a caveat. For the average home user who doesn’t know how to reinstall Windows or completely remove nasty malware, $69.95 per year is a very good deal. A single trip to the computer repair shop would cost you more than that, and Reimage can definitely prevent those visits. Two more PCs can be covered for $30, and that’s an absolute steal if you have a close friend or family member that gets stung by the periodic computer repair bill.
All in all, Reimage is a fantastic repair utility that can fix some of the ugliest Windows problems out there. It won’t totally replace your local computer technician, but it definitely has the potential to save you money, time, and frustration.
To install ZoneAlarm Free Firewall, you must opt for an IE toolbar and search provider (which keeps ZoneAlarm free of charge), though they uninstall with a click; or (like us) you could simply use a different browser. ZoneAlarm’s setup process includes selecting optional AUTO-LEARN and MAX SECURITY modes, and the wizard does a good job of explaining both. When done, ZoneAlarm indicated its status in its system tray icon and a main console that also offered Tools and other features.
But that’s just the first step with ZoneAlarm. For a while, its security pop-ups will appear frequently, including the first time you run your programs and when your antivirus and other software updaters try to access the Internet. You can click “Allow” or “Deny,” as required, and check a box to have ZoneAlarm remember your choice. After a while, the pop-ups appear less frequently, but don’t get lazy and reflexively click “Allow” each time! ZoneAlarm Free Firewall is effective and easy to use.
ScanGuard are a reliable, full system antivirus scan, which competes with all the big antivirus players. Scanguard.com gives users a refreshingly simple to use antivirus package. It was clear that their software was going to be amongst the market leaders from the outset, thanks to the integration of a number of quality security features beyond simply antivirus functions. Their primary focus is based around safeguarding all the devices of their users, which is shown instantly as they offer protection for 3 devices at no extra cost (available with the cheapest option). ScanGuard only offer 1 product, so you won’t find yourself with another decision to make beyond picking the brand. Top10BestAntivirus.com rate Scanguard as the best all round security suite online.
Oogle Recommends : This Antivirus software includes a privacy protection where it will scan all tracking codes installed in your computer and remove it and has a web based option to protect your surfing online.