A new version of the Unreal Engine just got released (4.16) full of new features and improvements. As you may recall, UE is free for most to play with. The release notes are extensive, along with a cool video showcasing some of these: low-level clothing simulation, image-based (FFT) convolution for bloom, distance field lighting optimizations, games on Nintendo Switch, and physics simulation in VR mode.
Android phones have a habit of getting bogged down after 6 to 12 months of use (or do they?). A phone that was once a speed demon starts to feel a bit sluggish. But before you hand over some hard-earned cash for a new smartphone, there are some things that can be done to speed up your phone experience, and some things that do utterly nothing.
Premium solutions by developers such as Foxit and Adobe come to mind as the most obvious options while Google Docs offers a convenient cloud-based file converter, but are there any freeware PDF converters worth recommending?
Malwarebytes is our go-to program when it comes to real-time protection against malware and other threats. This is not a major update, but there are some important improvements and bug fixes, including a reduction in memory usage, faster load times, UI responsiveness and faster startup times. Download links and complete release notes are available here.