" PC Advisor delivers expert advice you can trust to business and home PC users who want to buy the best-value equipment and make the most out of the equipment they already own. First published in 1995 by IDG, the world's leading IT publisher, PC Advisor has built a considerable reputation for offering comprehensive and impartial buying advice, informed and easy-to-understand tutorials and workshops, as well as ground-breaking coverage of service-related issues. "
With PC/technology magazines, is there any point in keeping them beyond a year or so? Unless, with one eye on future nostalgia, you can identify a few issues that feature what might become seminal product reviews/articles. I will admit that PCW's monthly look back to five, ten, fifteen and twenty years ago is sometimes interesting from that point of view.
is 2 years back copies of PCA & Computeractive, I had a clear-out on Thursday and collection day is tomorrow.
I used to keep a dozen back copies but have not needed to reference them for a good year or more. Anyway its more challenging trying to access any answer I need on the net or sometimes here when I'm stumped.
Have been taking PCA since its conception. I used to clip out the articles I wanted to keep and bin the rest. Having accumulated books on Windows 95, 98 and XP, plus a couple of upgrade/maintain/repair PCs, I pass on the mag to son in law and he recycles it on completion.