10.21 Computer Technology Magazines

A small selection of what's now available online: search under specific topics for more.

ComputerActive. Simple advice for PC owners, but with reviews, news, etc.

Computing. Technical: mainstay (with Computer Weekly) of the UK computer industry.

Computer Shopper (US). Hardware, peripheries, gadgets and software. Limited selection but in-depth reviews.

Computer User. Sensible articles aimed at the business user.

Computer Weekly. Aimed at working professionals, and so more technical, but should be intelligible to users of this ebook.

Computerworld. Computer news from the IT manager's perspective, but including the usual product reviews and predictions.

Computing Magazine. For professionals: membership gives numerous benefits, including online access to ebooks, etc.

Expert Reviews (UK). Hardware, peripheries, gadgets and software.

IT Expert Magazine. For IT professionals: technical but chatty style.

List of Computer Magazines. Wikipedia. Extensive listing, not always up to date but covering much of the English-speaking world, platforms and interests.

MacLife. News, reviews, tips and discussion of Apple, Mac, iPod, and iPhone products.

Maximum PC. Reviews, lab tests and DIY content for more savvy PC user.

Networking. Generally non-technical but still very much for the professional.

PC Magazine. Guide to PC computers and peripherals, with technology news and trends, shopping advice and price comparisons.

PC User (Australia). Reviews, news and opinion, with some how-to articles: for the intermediate PC user.

PC Utilities. Guide to 28,000 free Windows software programs.

PC World. World's largest-circulation computing magazine: aimed at the intermediate PC user.

S C Magazine. For IT security professionals, but will keep you to up to date with developments.