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Australia's premier computer magazine, PC & Tech Authority gives you the facts, opinions and insight to make informed PC and tech purchasing decisions. Every issue is packed with the latest products, reviewed by an expert team of technical writers and guarantees more Aussie exclusives and first looks than any other Australian PC magazine.

Trusted for its reliable & objective product reviews, the foundation of the magazine is the comprehensive and thorough evaluations of every product tested by the tech team in our Labs. Its readers are both PC enthsusiasts at home and small-medium business decision makers at work.

Issue: 152  |  July, 2010



Take a quick look inside the upcoming July issue of PC Authority Magazine, on sale at your newsagency this Wednesday, June 2.




















50 FREE KILLER DOWONLOADS
We’ve put together 50 amazing free downloads every PC user should know about. An absolutely essential arsenal of amazing, incredibly useful software for PC, Apple, Linux, Windows, Solaris and Irix.



iPAD OUR DEFINITIVE REVIEW
It’s here but is it there yet? Is it just an oversized iPhone or the future of personal computing? After all the hype, we can finally decide for ourselves.
 

DIY PROJECT: RECORD DIGITAL TV ON YOUR PC
Adding a TV tuner to your Windows 7 PC can transform it into your family’s primary source of entertainment, especially in combination with an Xbox. Adam Turner shows you how.



NEW SECTION: THE ART OF PC BUILDING
Ever wondered how the PC Authority team goes about building a new system? Zara Baxter gives you the lowdown, and some ideas for your next system.



On the Disc: Bonus apps pack
We’ve collected a selection of the best free software to go with our cover feature on the 50 most amazing free programs.
 


On the Disc: Xobni
Searching for emails in Outlook can be a slow & unrewarding experience. Now with Xobni’s instant search, emails you’re looking for appear as you type.
 


On the Disc: Ashampoo Uninstaller 4
Improved Uninstaller and Windows cleanup toolbox removes the digital garbage from redundant program components.
 
 

Head to your nearest newsstand now and get your copy!

 

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