1. Toshiba Satellite CL10-B review

    Sasha Muller
    21 Nov 2014

    Microsoft has the Chromebook in its sights – Toshiba’s low-cost laptop combines 100GB of cloud storage with a tiny SSD

  2. CEL Robox - side

    CEL Robox - a 3D printer for the masses?

    Darien Graham-Smith
    21 Nov 2014

    CEL's new printer promises to take the hassle out of 3D printing, with user-friendly design and safety features

  3. Amazon Fire HD 6 review - front, slightly angled

    Amazon Fire HD 6 review

    Jane McCallion
    20 Nov 2014

    Amazon's family-friendly HD 6 comes in at a tempting £79, but it's far from cheap and nasty

  4. Nexus 9 - with Android 5 (Lollipop)

    Nexus 9 review - great software, flawed hardware

    Jonathan Bray
    18 Nov 2014

    The Nexus 9 makes a play for the tablet throne, but can it beat Apple at its own game?

  5. Amazon Kindle Fire HDX (2014) - lighter than Air

    Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 8.9in (2014) review

    Sasha Muller
    18 Nov 2014

    Amazon supercharges its Kindle Fire HDX 8.9in with an upgraded CPU, GPU and the new Fire OS 4.5.1

  6. DxO OpticsPro 10 pack shot

    DxO OpticsPro 10 Elite review

    Ben Pitt
    17 Nov 2014

    Light on ancillary features, but the quality of raw image processing is second to none

  7. Apple Mac mini (2014) review

    Apple Mac mini (2014) review

    Darien Graham-Smith
    17 Nov 2014

    Not a game-changing update, but a price drop makes the base model more tempting than ever

  8. Amazon Kindle Voyage review

    Amazon Kindle Voyage review

    Jonathan Bray
    14 Nov 2014

    The Voyage is Amazon’s best ever ebook reader, packing in a number of innovations and a fantastic new display

  9. Eizo ColorEdge CS240 review

    Sasha Muller
    12 Nov 2014

    Eizo ticks almost every box with the 24.1in ColorEdge CS240 – but the quality still comes at a price

  10. Nokia Lumia 830 review

    Nokia Lumia 830 review

    Adam Shepherd
    12 Nov 2014

    Not a bad phone, but not a great one either; the Lumia 830 brings the Nokia era to a close with a disappointing whimper

Blog Posts

  1. All change on PC Pro... tell us what you think

    Tim Danton
    18 Nov 2014

    We've switched to Drupal as our CMS, so if you spot problems then let us know!

  2. The moral mire of not patching Windows XP

    Barry Collins
    14 Nov 2014

    Should Microsoft sometimes support its expired OS for the greater good?

  3. Apple Watches

    Wearables: where are the killer apps?

    Barry Collins
    5 Nov 2014
  4. Google Glass review

    Google Glass: mugger bait, pub problem and other lessons learned from two dangerous weeks

    Stuart Turton
    20 Oct 2014

Real World Computing

  1. How to start a small online business

    Kevin Partner
    18 Nov 2014

    Kevin Partner condenses more than a decade’s worth of experience of setting up and running small enterprises into this article

  2. How to sell more ebooks on Amazon 3

    How to sell more ebooks on Amazon

    PC Pro
    28 Aug 2014

    Kevin Partner reveals what happens when Amazon puts its weight behind a self-published title

  3. 1 - 10 ways to make your business more secure

    10 ways to make your business more secure

    Davey Winder
    14 Aug 2014

    With a third of small businesses falling victim to online crime, this is where we explain the risks and how best to protect yourself

  4. Top five VoIP mistakes

    Top five VoIP mistakes

    Steve Cassidy
    31 Jul 2014

    If you're switching to a network-based phone system, make sure you avoid these top five VoIP mistakes.


  1. How to install Ubuntu

    How to install Ubuntu: run Linux on your laptop or PC

    Stuart Andrews Barry Collins Darien Graham-Smith
    20 Nov 2014

    We reveal how to install Ubuntu, the free open-source OS, on your laptop or PC

  2. Set the right style

    Build a dropdown menu in Bootstrap

    Rob Beattie
    23 Aug 2013

  3. Hosting the form yourself

    Create a mailing list in MailChimp

    Dave Stevenson
    12 Jun 2013

    Carefully targeted, well-designed emails to an opt-in audience can increase web traffic and conversions more effectively than the most active social media campaign

  4. You'll receive regular reports showing your device's location and other useful information. By default, an email is sent out

    Tracking a stolen Android phone with Prey

    Darien Graham-Smith
    31 May 2013

    If you're worried about your Android device being lost or stolen, here's how to install the free Prey anti-theft tool that can help you track it down should the worst happen