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PC Magazine

Apr 01 2022
Magazine

PC Magazine provides lab-tested reviews, detailed how-to guides, tips and tricks, and the latest tech trends to help you at work, home, and on the road. With a subscription you’ll enjoy: product reviews, a brand new Apps section featuring top apps for all your devices, a new Digital Life section providing the best tips and tricks to make the most of the tech in your life and more...

Home Is Where the PC Is • Thinking of making a move? We have ideas!

Verizon: We’re Flooding the Zones With 5G • Verizon commits to covering 92% of the population of 46 regions of the US with C-band 5G by the end of 2022, a bold promise to be sure.

Windows 11, NASA, and Elon Musk • Our March issue stories sparked lots of responses—especially one regarding Windows 11 updates.

Apple M1 Ultra: How Much Better Will It Be Than Lesser M1 Chips? • A pricey upgrade option for the new Mac Studio desktop, Apple’s M1 Ultra processor is seriously elite silicon. These are the improvements (and one potential drawback) you can expect if you splash out for it.

How Racial Inequalities Affect Influencers • Black creators and influencers get fewer followers and little payment or even credit, despite how much online culture takes from them.

The Metaverse: A Multi-Generational Affair? • My two sons and I dive headfirst into VR to get a taste of what the future of the internet might hold. Could this bring us closer in real life?

Want to Adjust Apple Studio Display’s Height? $400, Please • This time, at least, a basic stand comes with Apple’s new 5K desktop panel.

Samsung Galaxy S22+: A Crowd Pleaser • The best Galaxy this year

​Valve Steam Deck: Powerful Handheld Gaming • A beefy but quirky portable gaming PC

Intel NUC 12 Extreme Kit (‘Dragon Canyon’): A Dragon of a Mini-PC • The “Dragon Canyon” NUC is a scorcher.

Alienware x14: Top Option for Portable Gaming • The smallest Alienware is an ‘Alder Lake’ powerhouse.

ViewSonic VX2768-2KP-MHD: Stellar Midrange Monitor • Performance at a moderate price

Keeper Password Manager & Digital Vault: An Elegant Solution • A top pick for securely managing your passwords on every platform

CyberGhost VPN: A Solid Choice • The most servers for your money

The Best Work-From-Home Cities for 2022 • Working from home for good? These US and Canadian cities offer an ideal mix of affordability, livability, and connectivity.

How to Live the Peloton Life on a Budget • Interested in a Peloton Bike but can’t afford one? No sweat!

10 Common Career Tips That Might Be Wrong for You • Advice about the working world can seem helpful, but following it may not help your career flourish.

Memo to Doctors: Older Patients (and Their Kids) Love Telehealth • Eighty percent of adults with older parents said telehealth options made their parents feel more comfortable about receiving care during the pandemic, an Independa survey finds.

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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 162 Publisher: Ziff Davis Edition: Apr 01 2022

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: March 28, 2022

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OverDrive Magazine

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English

PC Magazine provides lab-tested reviews, detailed how-to guides, tips and tricks, and the latest tech trends to help you at work, home, and on the road. With a subscription you’ll enjoy: product reviews, a brand new Apps section featuring top apps for all your devices, a new Digital Life section providing the best tips and tricks to make the most of the tech in your life and more...

Home Is Where the PC Is • Thinking of making a move? We have ideas!

Verizon: We’re Flooding the Zones With 5G • Verizon commits to covering 92% of the population of 46 regions of the US with C-band 5G by the end of 2022, a bold promise to be sure.

Windows 11, NASA, and Elon Musk • Our March issue stories sparked lots of responses—especially one regarding Windows 11 updates.

Apple M1 Ultra: How Much Better Will It Be Than Lesser M1 Chips? • A pricey upgrade option for the new Mac Studio desktop, Apple’s M1 Ultra processor is seriously elite silicon. These are the improvements (and one potential drawback) you can expect if you splash out for it.

How Racial Inequalities Affect Influencers • Black creators and influencers get fewer followers and little payment or even credit, despite how much online culture takes from them.

The Metaverse: A Multi-Generational Affair? • My two sons and I dive headfirst into VR to get a taste of what the future of the internet might hold. Could this bring us closer in real life?

Want to Adjust Apple Studio Display’s Height? $400, Please • This time, at least, a basic stand comes with Apple’s new 5K desktop panel.

Samsung Galaxy S22+: A Crowd Pleaser • The best Galaxy this year

​Valve Steam Deck: Powerful Handheld Gaming • A beefy but quirky portable gaming PC

Intel NUC 12 Extreme Kit (‘Dragon Canyon’): A Dragon of a Mini-PC • The “Dragon Canyon” NUC is a scorcher.

Alienware x14: Top Option for Portable Gaming • The smallest Alienware is an ‘Alder Lake’ powerhouse.

ViewSonic VX2768-2KP-MHD: Stellar Midrange Monitor • Performance at a moderate price

Keeper Password Manager & Digital Vault: An Elegant Solution • A top pick for securely managing your passwords on every platform

CyberGhost VPN: A Solid Choice • The most servers for your money

The Best Work-From-Home Cities for 2022 • Working from home for good? These US and Canadian cities offer an ideal mix of affordability, livability, and connectivity.

How to Live the Peloton Life on a Budget • Interested in a Peloton Bike but can’t afford one? No sweat!

10 Common Career Tips That Might Be Wrong for You • Advice about the working world can seem helpful, but following it may not help your career flourish.

Memo to Doctors: Older Patients (and Their Kids) Love Telehealth • Eighty percent of adults with older parents said telehealth options made their parents feel more comfortable about receiving care during the pandemic, an Independa survey finds.

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