More tips, more PC help, more projects, more reader views.
The new-look Computeractive magazine is out today, and it's packed with more help, tips and advice than ever.
The magazine is now presented in three easy-to-navigate and colour-coded sections, with extra pages for many of our most popular sections, including our No Problem question-and-answer pages, Hints and Tips and reader letters.
There are three new sections: All-New Secrets reveals insider tips and tricks to a wide range of tools and web services, while our new Quick Troubleshooter gives you the speedy way to test and diagnose computer, gadget and software problems.
In the new Build It section, we'll show you how to take on and complete a range of hardware and software projects.
At the front you'll find News & Views - our round up of the issues and product developments that matter to home PC and internet users.
This is followed by Tried and Tested - our independent expert reviews of the latest computers, tablets, software, peripherals and gadgets.
Workshops follows as the start of a new projects section, with this issue's projects including how to surf the web anonymously with a free browser add-on, save up to 50 per cent on your home broadband bill, 10 all-new secrets to help you get the best from Dropbox and a concise guide that shows you how to upgrade your desktop and laptop with a fast USB3 socket.
You'll also find more comment from readers, sharing their experiences and views on a range of issues. And if you would like to be involved in those discussions, then you can join our Facebook page, where you'll have the chance to chat with the editorial team and other readers, and give your view on suggested articles for forthcoming issues. You can also follow us on Twitter.
While many things have changed within the magazine, there's one thing that most certainly hasn't: our commitment to providing simple, clear advice in Plain English. The magazine was officially approved by the Plain English Campaign way back in 1998 - the first technology magazine to gain such an award.
The new-look magazine is out now in all good independent newsagents, supermarkets, WH Smith and other specialist high-street stores. Or you can browse our subscription deals for the best prices - guaranteed.
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