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Something wrong is happening to the Computer Power User magazine. They removed all the content from their main page www.computerpoweruser.com and now you are transferred directly to the DigitalEditions page http://www.computerpoweruser.com/DigitalEditions/Default.aspx
But here’s the latest CPU magazine issue of November 2010: official download link (zipped pdf, 29 MB)
In this issue:
- Through The Stereoscopic Looking-Glasses. A Wonderland Of 3D LCDs monitors.
- CPU’s annual software guide
- The Art & Science Of Viral Video Advertising
And more good stuff!!
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Here’s some screenshots of the program below (click to enlarge).
Whatever I may say about NIS interface, Symantec can afford to develop super effective security package spending millions of $$ to trump all their competitors. And it is good to have it almost free for a long time. 90 days (3 months) to me is a huge period to try and make a decision. Consider this, even if you buy it, you basically have a trial of 360 days for a good sum of money.
Computer Power User – is one of the most interesting magazines about computer hardware and software. Full editions are usually available to registered subscribers for a fee. Some time ago, in 2009 CPU started publishing screenshots of the issues, so called Digital Editions, here’s the link. This time they published for some reason a link to the free pdf copy of the last CPU for October 2010. Here’s direct download link. 35Mb. Grab it quick before they remove it.
Find inside articles about Nvidia’s 3D Vision Surround, a roundup of broadband testing tools, an advice for folks looking to tweak their SSDs’ performance and extend their longevity.
The guys also review Intel Core i7-970, Western Digital TV Live Plus, Sony Vegas Movie Studio, and other good stuff!