PC World November 2007 Print Contents

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

What's On the DVD

Cover Story

Widescreen LCD monitors The PC World Test Centre has put 22 LCD monitors to the test and we liked what we saw!

Great DIY PC projects How to customise Vista, streamline your network, create an entertainment hub, and do much more - quickly and easily.

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Broadband & Internet

Articles

    Internet attackers' black markets
  • Google and the Election 07
  • Meet Web 2.0's evil twin
  • Top 5 charts

Reviews

  • TOPCOM Webt@lker 5000
  • D-Link Xtreme N Gigabit Router (DIR-655)
  • Spyware Doctor 5.0
  • AVG Anti-Spyware 7.5!
  • Spy Sweeper 5.5
  • Windows Defender 1.1
  • Spybot Search & Destroy 1.4

Tutorial

  • Seven simple ways to hack the Web

Mobile

Article

  • Top 5 charts

Reviews

  • Sony Ericsson W580i
  • Samsung E590
  • i-mate JASJAM
  • HP Pavilion Entertainment PC dv2533tx_01
  • Sony VAIO VGN-CR13G/B
  • BenQ Joybook S41 (V18)
  • Mio DigiWalker C520

Tech@Work

Articles

  • Does Vista suck?
  • Running Windows Server at home
  • The ultimate smartphone guide + handsets
  • Case Study: Skype for SMB
  • Zoho adds offline functions
  • Top 5 charts

Reviews

  • Velosecure Identity Finder 2.4
  • ASUS MyPal A696
  • NEC Versa E6310 (2204DR)
  • Fujitsu LifeBook T2010
  • ASUS VW202T
  • Epson Aculaser C1100

Tutorials

  • Lock up your PC
  • Tips for going green

Home Entertainment

Article

  • Top 5 charts

Reviews

  • Sonos Digital Music Bundle 130
  • Logitech Squeezebox
  • Netgear Digital Entertainer HD
  • Grundig IR 6114
  • D-Link DSM 320RD
  • Helios X3000
  • MediagateMG-350 HD 8.5
  • LG 42LB9DF
  • Panasonic DMP-BD10A
  • Panasonic SC-PT850W

Tutorial

  • Flat-screen TV shopping tips

Digital Image

Articles

  • YouTube rivals: online video shoot out
  • Top 5 charts
  • Digital questions & answers

Reviews

  • Ricoh Caplio GX100
  • Canon IXUS 960 IS
  • Pentax K10D
  • Pinnacle Studio Ultimate 11.0
  • Sony HDR-SR8E

Tutorial

  • Perfect the colours in your photos

PC Pow-R-Tech

Articles

  • Building a PC Beast
  • Top 5 charts

Reviews

  • Stranglehold
  • AOC 212VA; ASUS VW222U; Samsung SyncMaster 245B; Viewsonic VX2835wm
  • HP Pavilion HDX9003TX
  • Pacstar Game Hunter PC
  • GeCube Radeon HD2600XT X-Turbo II OC Edition
  • Gigabyte GA-X38-DQ6
  • AMD Opteron
  • Pioneer BDR-202BK
  • ASUS G2S
  • Medal of Honor
  • Dragon's Lair HD
  • Xbox 360 Elite

Tutorials

  • Helpscreen
  • Best Vista downloads
  • Hassle-free PC

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