PC Magazine

PC Magazine

3.5 406
by Ziff Davis Media
     
 

Current Issue: July 2016

PC Magazine Digital Edition provides lab-tested reviews, detailed how-to guides, tips and tricks, and the latest tech trends to help you at work, home, and on the road.

With a subscription you'll enjoy:

  • Interactive features like product demos, audio interviews, and 360-degree product views
  • Completely ad-free reading
  • A brand new Apps

Subscription Benefits

  • 14 Day Free Trial for all first time subscribers
  • New issues automatically downloaded the morning they are available

Overview

PC Magazine Digital Edition provides lab-tested reviews, detailed how-to guides, tips and tricks, and the latest tech trends to help you at work, home, and on the road.

With a subscription you'll enjoy:

  • Interactive features like product demos, audio interviews, and 360-degree product views
  • Completely ad-free reading
  • A brand new Apps section in every issue featuring top apps for all your devices
  • A new Digital Life section providing the best tips and tricks to make the most of the tech in your life
  • and more...

Product Details

Publisher:
Ziff Davis
# of issues/year:
12
Delivered:
Monthly
Current Issue:
July 2016
Format:
NOOK Magazine
These items ship to U.S. addresses only.

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PC Magazine 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 406 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have always loved PC Magazine, but recently it seems like it has become Mac Magazine. The last couple discuss more of the Ipad, Iphone, Apple Tv, etc... then I care to think about. I am not a Apple hater, but I think it is funny how magazines like this all of a sudden start talking about how superior the apps are on these devices, rather than the lack of abilities they have. It's like the media has turned 180 degrees on their opinions about these devices, makes you wonder what Mac paid them.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
PC mag seems a little light on content but still pretty good. I tried it out for 2 issues and honestly, I feel spoiled by PC world and prefer that magazine (even though I have to read it the old fashion print way or through zinio). But without any other real competition on the Nook, PC mag is the best tech magazine available right now and still a very good publication.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Oh, PC Magazine, how far you have fallen! At one time you were relevant, professional and accurate. Now, there are dozens and dozens of free websites that have more accurate, interesting, thoughtful and timely news, editorials and reviews.
BostonLiberal More than 1 year ago
This magazine really sucks. It now almost nothing about PCs or PC software. Its articles are unreliable and poorly written.
Ev33_3C More than 1 year ago
I like PC magazine and it's content. It gives me a little more no how on the technical world. Within my circle I'm the gadget know how girl and this keeps me pretty updated. You forget this is a monthly subscription and contant is changing every day so no it will not be as updated as said a well constructed website. But if you really like tech, have a busy life, but would like to relax on your sofa and read what is going on around the computer world this is a good buy. No, not for you guy that sits in front of your computer six hours a day or someone who has a job that pretains to constantly being in the know. Just your average person who has a job not in the field and is your average consumer because we all know magazines are for consumers silly nerds. That being said it would have at least one more good artical to teach a little more but that is all I am giving you on this one. So take it, later boys. OH and aftrer thought if you wrote a review and don't have a NookColor then seriously what you wrote means nothing because that is the platform it is meant to be on.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The information in the articles is not very up-to-date. That was acceptable in a paper version, where printing and posting were involved, but not when it is electronic. There were various links mentioned during articles but it was not possible to click on those in the NOOK version. Maybe they are only for other electronic versions. They would have made a big difference as more in-depth (and up-to-date) information could have been included. I subscribed to this magazine for many years as a paper product but won't bother with this electronic version.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Horrible writing ([this device] at .4oz feels light, since it weighs just under half an ounce), terrible navigation, too much security coverage and not enough hardware. Reviews don't focus on actual concerns and way too much Apple wankery as of late. Disappointing that this is the only computer-related ezine on the Nook so far.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This magazine is a must have...it has everything from troubleshooting pc crash,fatal blue screens, to the newest and oldest software/ hardware. Even has a great buying guide for most anything you can want! Its one of the best pc mags out! Highly recommend to beginners and pros!
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Not worth the money
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I ordered a "free" issue that was offered 2 years ago. My bank info was old. (which I didn't think mattered as it was free...) The PC Magazine came onto my nook but could not be accessed as a message told me that my banking information was invalid...I HAVE NOT BEEN ABLE TO DELETE PC MAGAZINE OFF MY NOOK EVER SINCE!