Clover is from EJIE Technology. It is an enhancement to Windows Explorer. It works like a Chrome extension adding multi-tabs to Windows Explorer and make it chrome-style.
If you want to monitor and control your computer’s fans on a MacBook (Macs Fan Control also works flawlessly in Boot Camp Windows XP/Vista/7/8/8.1 and Windows 10!) or if your Mac/Windows is overheating, you may try Mac Fans Control for you to control fan speed with a temperature sensors pane, menu-bar icon.
Does Wondershare Support Bluray Ripping? I have tested a couple of Bluray rippers, however I found some of them just don’t work on protected DVDs like Xilisoft Blu-ray Ripper and Sothink Blu-ray Ripper. You may have to use third-party plugins so as to rip protected Blu-rays. Here I’d like to recommend you two for protected Blu-ray ripping.
Windows Media Preview from BableSoft redefines your experience of Windows Explorer with full previews for all kinds of media file. It is a thumbnail maker that is able to show you a better, smarter and more relevant thumbnail.
This article will explain you how to take a screenshot on macOS Sierra, High Sierra. Apple makes it super convenient to take a full screenshot, a specific area or single window in every version of macOS or previous Mac OS X.
To take a screenshot on Windows is not very much convenient, but it is still easy and just a keystroke away. This how-to guide will explain you how to take a full screenshot, a specific area or whatever area you want.
MPC-HC is recommended by one of my friends and I soon made it my default player for all my media files as it is extremely light-weight allowing you to watch movies on any SSE CPU and always pursue extreme simplification and practicability.
Wondershare works great for DVDs and I found a profile for Apple ProRes and it is working flawlessly and I assume Wondershare Video Converter Ultimate is the very DVD to ProRes ripper and you can also have it to rip and convert DVD disc to Apple ProRes for editing on macOS Sierra and High Sierra even it is not a 64 bit DVD ripper at the moment.
I tried some other DVD ripping solutions on both Windows and macOS and here I’d like to recommend some top music and concert DVD rippers that works for me so you can also use to rip music DVDs for CarPlay.
I am quite wondering if there are 64 bit DVD rippers for macOS 10.13 High Sierra and if those 32 bit DVD rippers will still be working on High Sierra when system softwares on the Mac will be updated in October?