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In this month’s magazine you’ll find:
We rifle through the app stores to find 61 of the best apps for our smartphone and tablet.
Googling your dream job
We reveal how to use LinkedIn, SEO techniques and even YouTube to find your next role.
Forget about PINs and passwords, the human body could proved the answers to all our security concerns.
Small server vs cloud
Steve Cassidy tackles the question facing many SMBS: whether to invest in server or cloud services.
The Ultrabook has come of age. We've put 13 of the best high-end laptops, hybrids, and tablets head to head to find the select few that are truly worthy of the name.
There are 35 new reviews in this month's magazine, including the Apple iPad Air and Google Nexus 5.
Getting started with Serif PagePlus x2
We dive into this fully featured desktop publishing tool, free with the software edition of this month's PC Pro.
What to do if you're still on Windows XP
Microsoft will soon stop updating XP, so it's decision time for anyone still using it. We explore the post-XP options.
20 features you've never used in Word
We delve into the ribbon interface to find the most useful hidden features in Microsoft's word-processing programe.
Real World Computing
Advanced Windows and Mac
Jon Honeyball doesn't think that the free release of Mavericks will change anything for Microsoft, and is impressed with 1Password
Mobile and Wireless
Paul Ockenden explains how to keep your data safe if any of your mobile devices go missing - and how to monitor less-well-connected kit
Kevin Partner redesigns his retail website in the light of new mobile data, and reveals the results of his self publishing experiment
Security and Social Networking
Davey Winder takes a stand against erroneous Facebook spam, outs a new email trojan, and waits for a Whitehall security scandal to break
Simon Jones explains how to create effective slideshows in Microsoft's market-leading tool, and how to keep your audience from boredom or nausea
Web Apps & Design
Steve Cassidy marvels at the possibilities presented by a 1.6TB solid-state storage system, and learns that his advice is rubbing off on Michael Dell
We ask British tech companies whether the recent spying revelations could hurt their businesses. Plus, the arrival of the .uk domain, why Google made a smart move with the Nexus 5's price, and the economic benefits of faster broadband in the UK.
- Sony unveils two-in-one USB stick for tablet storage
- HP's Whitman: desktops aren't dead
- Windows RT may go free as Microsoft targets Android
- Yahoo Mail outage blamed on "hardware problems"
- What's on this week's PC Pro podcast?
- Spotify now free on tablets and smartphones
- Nokia's Android smartphone "due next year"
- MPs push for tighter laws against online spying
- Should Microsoft make Windows 8 free?
- Canonical finds first partner for Ubuntu Touch smartphones
- Play it again: Berlin's Computer Game Museum
- Switching from iPhone to Android: what I miss, what I don't
- Tech City: Easy to score when you move the goalposts
- How to remove SkyDrive from the Windows 8.1 Explorer
- Switching from iPhone to Android? Switch off iMessage
- Why is Google pumping more money into Firefox?
- Sky Broadband Shield review
- Samsung Galaxy S4: how to double your battery life
- Motorola Moto G review: first look
- IBM Watson meets Willy Wonka
- The importance of load balancing
- Windows Phone App Studio: an easy way to create your first Windows Phone 8 app
- The end of Windows XP support: what it really means for businesses
- Don't rely on Chrome's password vault
- Using Buffer to manage your social media
- Microsoft needs its own Steve Jobs
- Forget credit cards: hackers want your Facebook account
- Can't get fast enough broadband? Here's what to do
- Leap Motion and the battle against UI stagnation
- How to build a really bad network