PC Magazine 2006 Great Collection
Notemart's Collection: PC Magazine 2006 - 22 issues from No.03 to No.22
English | True Acrobat | 70 - 75 Pages per issue | 3,0 - 6,0 Mb each
The Great Notemart's collection of PC Magazines. Optimized edition for easier download
PC Magazine is a computer magazine published biweekly (except in January and July) both in print and online. The magazine is published by Ziff-Davis Publishing Holdings Inc. The first edition was released in January 1982 as a monthly called PC (the "Magazine" was not added to the logo until the first major redesign in January 1986). The magazine moved to biweekly publication in 1983 after a single monthly issue swelled to more than 800 pages.
The magazine's editor-in-chief, Jim Louderback, ascended to his current post in 2005. Michael J. Miller, who had held that post since 1991, took the new title of Chief Content Officer.
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PC Magazine provides in-depth reviews and previews of the latest hardware and software for the information technology professional. Articles are written by leading experts such as John C. Dvorak, whose regular column and Inside Track feature are among the magazine's most popular attractions. Other regular departments include columns by Michael J. Miller (Forward Thinking), Bill Machrone, and Jim Louderback, as well as:First Looks
(a collection of reviews of newly-released products), Pipeline
(a collection of short articles and snippets on computer-industry developments), Solutions
(which includes various how-to articles), User-to-User
(a section in which the magazine's experts answer user-submitted questions), After Hours
(a section about various computer entertainment products; the designation "After Hours" is a legacy of the magazine's traditional orientation towards business computing), and Abort, Retry, Fail?
(an end-of-the-magazine humor page which for a few years was known as Backspace).
Interestingly, since the 2000 redesign, PC Magazine has run its Letters feature in the middle of the magazine; most publications place this feature towards the front.