The literature review in this chapter is aimed to critique the use of inputs and process support strategies in the software review process. This chapter presents the important relationships between the use of inputs, meeting process, and software review process performance. Inputs can be classified into explicit and implicit inputs. Explicit inputs refer to software review artefacts and supporting documents. Implicit inputs refer to a software reviewer’s characteristics. A meeting process refers factors that affect meeting process. The software review performance refers the outcomes from the meeting process. Software review performance can be measured by qualitative and/or quantitative methods. The final section presents the limitation of current software review literature.