Portable Brain Workshop 4.8.4
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What's new in Portable Brain Workshop 4.8:
- Changed config.ini file format. Existing config.ini files will be renamed and replaced. Users will have to migrate their customizations manually.
- Added Multi-stim modes, whereby objects appear in two to four places
- in the 3x3 grid at the same time. Objects can be differentiated either by image or by color.
- Added Crab modes. In crab modes, you have to reverse every N stimuli when matching, so that in 3-back, if the stimuli you saw were the first line below, then you would be matching them against the second line
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Perks of portability
This is the portable counterpart of Brain Workshop, which means that you are not required to go through the installation process. Consequently, it will not add entries to the Windows registry or Start menu/screen without your approval.
Aside from that, a noteworthy aspect is that you can run Portable Brain Workshop on any computer you have been granted access to, by simply moving the program files to an external data drive, such as a USB flash drive.
Clean interface and configurable exercises
The UI you come by sports a simple design, so that anybody can use it, even those with little to no experience at all with computers. Moreover, it contains a number of tips, so that you can be sure how to work with it at its full potential.
The exercises provided involve remembering sequences of spoken letters or displayed squares, in a tic-tac-toe pattern. While at first it may be confusing, you will soon get the hang of it, as you can even run in a manual mode, so as to set up your own pace.
It is also possible to add colors, images and arithmetic to the exercises, so as to make them more challenging, and you can use up to four simultaneous visual stimuli and view a graph of your daily progress, for all games played.
The computer’s performance is not at all affected, as the CPU and memory usage is minimal. The response time is good, the interface is friendly and there are enough exercises to keep you busy for quite a while. Taking all of this into consideration, we can safely say Portable Brain Workshop is an efficient piece of software. However, it has not been updated in quite a while.
Portable Brain Workshop was reviewed by Madalina Boboc, last updated on March 3rd, 2014
Runs on: Windows XP / Vista / 7