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Disney +

Disney Plus includes thousands of Disney-owned TV shows and movies in a clean, easy-to-use app, making it well worth the $8 per month.

Editors' Choice

Netflix

Netflix remains the top TV and movie streaming service, thanks to its ease of use, lack of commercials and original content.

FuboTV

Plenty of channels and improved menus make FuboTV better than ever, but it still lags behind the best live TV streaming services.

Editors' Choice
$609.00 MSRP

Adobe Photoshop 7.0

If you're an advanced photographer and don't have Photoshop yet or if you need natural paint tools, version 7.0 is a must-have; otherwise, version 6.0 will do the trick.

Microsoft Digital Image Pro 10.0

On the expensive side but easy to use and ideal for turning photos into creative projects.

T-Mobile HotSpot

If you're a Windows user with a taste for Starbucks lattes, you'll love T-Mobile's slick, safe, and easy-to-use HotSpot service, although you'll pay a premium to use it.

Net Nanny 4.0

Net Nanny's default setting filters fewer naughty sites than any major blocking package, but it's by far the easiest to customize and use. Unless you need CyberSitter's strict site filtering, go with Net Nanny.

Adobe PhotoShop CS Ver. 8.0

Adobe PhotoShop CS Ver. 8.0

Windows Phone 8.1

Windows Phone 8.1 is the best update yet, thanks to its revamped design and modern features, but it lags behind iOS and Android.

McAfee Internet Security Suite 2006

McAfee Internet Security Suite 2006 packs a powerful protection arsenal--but it's far too slow. Loyal McAfee users should upgrade for the automatic spyware and phishing blockers, but the rest of us should seek security elsewhere, such as ZoneAlarm Internet Security Suite 6.

Quicken 2001 Deluxe Win9X/NT4/2K

Quicken 2001's overwhelming interface and poor planning tools belie its age. Unless you're a serious investor or already happy with a previous version of Quicken, you'll want to consider switching to the easier Money.

Apple Health

Apple's new iOS 8 app aims to be a hub for fitness and health. Here's how.

Orb

If you often wish you had a way to share your photos and home movies while away, Orb might be the perfect solution.

Yahoo Go for TV beta

Fresh on the heels of its acquisition of DVR company Meedio, Yahoo's entry in the alternative Media Center front-end sweepstakes, Yahoo Go for TV, is currently available as a beta release from the company's Web site. The program offers easy media management in a free package, but hardware support is limited, and the emphasis on driving branded online content knocks local file browsing to second place.

Google Desktop 2

The brainy Google Desktop 2 does a mixed job anticipating the content you want. Still, it provides a handy link to files, apps, and Web sites that you access the most, and its search is powerful, too.

Google

Google's the way to go for straight Web searching, local results, maps, or image queries, but we found better engines for multimedia searches.

Windows Live OneCare

Windows Live OneCare doesn't provide as many unique features and often repackages tools already available for free within the Windows operating system. For $30 more, it's well worth investing in the solutions from McAfee or Symantec, and we give the final nod to Norton 360 which ensures the best protection and performance tools for your money.

AOL Video

AOL Video aims to be a one-stop shop for video, but it needs more compelling content and reliable playback.

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