This year we released several software products, among those were Start8 and Multiplicity. Both have been listed in "The 100 Best Products of 2012" by NetworkWorld.com. Check out what they had to say, along with more information on each below.
Start8 - #23
"Many early Windows 8 adopters complain about the lack of a Start Menu. Stardock, known for desktop customization software Fences and ObjectDock, responded with Start8, an inexpensive utility that adds a Start Menu to the new OS and allows you to disable the new hot corners to make your transition less jarring."
Start8 has also been quoted as being "the best solution" for adding the Windows Start Menu back to Windows 8 by USA Today, Forbes, CBS News, Lifehacker and more.
Learn more about Start8 here.
Purchase Start8 for only $4.99 or Try it free for 30 days.
Multiplicity 2.0 - #84
"Software doing the work of hardware almost never satisfies, but here's an exception: The free version of Multiplicity 2.0 lets you control two computers using a single mouse and keyboard every bit as effectively as an expensive USB keyboard/mouse switch. Spring for the paid version ($40), and you can control up to nine computers."
Multiplicity enables you to control up to 9 PCs with only one keyboard and mouse. You can copy, paste, drag and drop files between PCs and centralize audio from all PCs to one PC. Multiplicity's data encryption ensures your data is always secure.
Learn more about Multiplicity here.
Purchase Multiplicity for only $39.95 or Download the free version.
Check out the full list here.