PC Advisor iPad app

  paul trotter 15:38 PM 17 May 11
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PC Advisor has built an iPad app featuring 50 step-by-step tutorials on Windows, PC hardware and software. It's free to download, so if you have an iPad we'd be interested to hear your feedback.

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Paul Trotter, PC Advisor

  bremner 17:07 PM 17 May 11

On first viewing it has very useful information.

I have one major issue with it. The menus take up about 30% of the screen leaving only 70% for the information. Personally i would would like to see the menus on one page and when you click on a topic it opens a new full sized window with all the screen avaiable for the information and for all of it to be resizable.

  Forum Editor 18:00 PM 17 May 11

I think it's fine - everything worked, and I found the information helpful.

I wasn't worried by the menu.

  ams4127 20:18 PM 17 May 11

I'll download and try it later.

  paul trotter 10:51 AM 18 May 11

Thanks for the feedback bremner, there's always room for improvement and we hope to do a free update at some point.

  ams4127 22:35 PM 18 May 11

I spent about an hour this afternoon on my iPad, in the app store, trying to find it.

I'll try again tomorrow.

  Forum Editor 22:40 PM 18 May 11

ams4127

Just click on Paul's link, and then click on 'View in iTunes' - you can download from there in the normal way.

  ams4127 22:43 PM 19 May 11

I got it, thanks FE.

  paul trotter 10:06 AM 20 May 11

It should also show up in the App Store results if you search for 'PC Advisor'. Thanks again to everyone who's downloaded it.

  ams4127 20:22 PM 20 May 11

It may indeed, be free to download, but it's not free to use.

I'm not complaining, just commenting on the "Free app".

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