September 2007 Print contents

In the Septemeber 2007 issue of PC World, available now:

What's On the DVD

Cover Story

20 & 22in big screen tests

PC World's Test Centre team have been rigorously testing the best and brightest flat panels on the market to help you make the perfect choice.

Supercharging your PC

Overclock your CPU, upgrade your graphics, and swap out your motherboard to give your PC a boost.

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Broadband & Internet

Articles

  • Wake-up call to IP pirates
  • Take action against keyloggers
  • Speed design development
  • Music to everyone's ears
  • ACCC takes on Net heavyweights
  • Top 5 charts

Reviews

  • F-secure Internet Security 2007
  • 3 Mobile MobileBroadband USB modem
  • ASUS WL-600g

Tutorials

  • Prepare your network for VoIP
  • Drop POP for the freedom of IMAP
  • Three minute Web site makeover
  • YouTube stardom awaits

Mobile

Article

  • Top 5 charts

Reviews

  • Motorola MOTOKRZR K3
  • Samsung X530
  • BlackBerry Curve 8300
  • Dell Inspiron 1520
  • Acer Aspire 5920G
  • LG E500 (SB11A)
  • Samsung YP-U3
  • Navman F40

Tutorial

  • Clever iPod tricks

Tech@Work

Articles

  • 15 of the best business freebies
  • 13 great, free security programs
  • RAID backups for business
  • On the go e-mail
  • Living with Linux in the workplace
  • Top 5 charts

Reviews

  • Utimaco SafeGuard RemovableMedia 1.10
  • Qnap TS-109 Pro
  • HTC Touch
  • Dell Vostro 200
  • Acer TravelMate 6292 (302G16N)
  • Epson EMP-822

Tutorial

  • Four steps to a powerful router

Home Entertainment

Articles

  • Best high-def deals online
  • Antitrust activity in high-def format war?
  • Top 5 charts

Reviews

  • Sharp AQUOS LC52PD7X
  • Pioneer BDP-LX70
  • Philips HTS8100
  • Dvico Tvix PVR 4030PA

Tutorial

  • Stream Web radio in your home

Digital Image

Articles

  • Digital questions & answers
  • Top 5 charts

Reviews

  • Adobe CS3 Production Premium Suite
  • Canon PowerShot A550
  • Sony Cyber-shot DSCT20
  • Nikon D40x
  • RealPlayer 11.0
  • Hitachi DZ-HS500SW
  • Ricoh Afico GX3000

Tutorial

  • Freeze-frame fireworks

PC Pow-R-Tech

Articles

  • E3: hottest games on the way
  • Building a PC Beast
  • Top 5 charts

Reviews

  • Zepto Znote 6625WD
  • TI Computers TI Ultra Power Pack
  • Intel Core 2 Extreme QX6850
  • Sapphire HD 2600 XT
  • MSI P35 Platinum
  • Gigabyte MA69GM-S2H
  • LG GSA-H55L
  • Overlord
  • Colin McRae DiRT
  • Call of Juarez
  • The Darkness
  • Halo 2

Tutorials

  • Add memory the no-fuss way
  • HelpScreen
  • Protect Vista PCs from viruses

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