PC World September 2006 Contents

In the September 2006 issue of PC World, available now:

What's On the DVD

Cover Story

The 100 best products

Powerful computers, handy services, tiny utilities - our editors' top picks include all these and a whole lot more.

One PC, two brains

Think that dual-core PCs are out of your price range? Straight from the Test Centre: four economical dual-core desktops that deliver plenty of power.

PC cases

So you've got the perfect PC? All you need now is the perfect case to house it in. We reviewed six cases with all the features to suit your PC's needs.

Cheap notebook tweaks

Get more out of your notebook with these easy tips and tweaks. As well as simple upgrades, our list of accessories will really boost your mobile.

10 Biggest security risks

The scariest 10 new threats and how to protect your PC against them.

Startup

Industry news -- Important issues and events in the world of IT.
Quick takes -- Previewing the hottest new high tech each month.

Every month

  • Editorial
  • Readers Forum
  • Backbytes

First Looks

Hardware
  • Notebook Sony Vaio AR18GP
  • Search Tool Google Mini
  • Tablet PC HP Compaq tc4400
  • PCs Altech Commander; PacStar AMD Gaming No.1
  • Motherboard ASUS P5W DH Deluxe
  • Projector BenQ CP220
  • Notebooks Fujitsu LifeBook Q2010; Acer TravelMate 3010
  • Digital cameras Ricoh Caplio R4; Kodak EasyShare V610
  • TV Tuner AverMedia AverTV DVB-T Volar
  • Digital Audio Player Samsung YP-Z5

Software

  • Operating system Windows Vista Public Beta
  • Security software Kaspersky Internet Security 6.0
  • Video soundtrack software Sony Cinescore 1.0
  • Drawing Software Serif Draw Plus 8.0

Here's How

  • Helpscreen: Your PC questions answered
  • Hassle-free PC: Top solutions for e-mail issues
  • Bugs & fixes: Is your media player a danger?
  • Windows: Accessing your OS remotely
  • Linux: Virtual PCs and Dapper Drake
  • Office: Take control of your inbox
  • Imaging: You want Sketchup with that?
  • Video: Quick, call for an ambience!
  • Networking: How to configure Windows RDC

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