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This month's issue

In the latest issue of PC Advisor we examine the best cloud-storage services showing you how to get up to 100GB of online storage for free.
We also group-test the fastest-ever laptops, which offer ultimate gaming power on the move, explain the differences between 4G and LTE, show you how to code, and look at ways you can save money by getting broadband without the landline fee.
Plus there's all the usual news and analysis, opinion, reviews and buying advice, tips and tricks. Grab your copy today!

On this month's Cover Disc

Auslogics File Recovery 5:
Full program; four-month licence

File Recovery 5, which can bring back the files you thought were lost for good. It works with hard drives, USB storage drives and memory cards, recovering all file types, even from lost partitions. No reason to panic when you have such a powerful tool in your arsenal.

Features
• Recover all file types
• Recover from any storage media
• Deep scan for tough recoveries
• 
Easy recovery wizard
• Sort using advanced filters
• Preview Files to Confirm Contents
• All major file systems supported
• Multiple PC and OS Support
Securely shred files
• Permanently wipe hard drive
• Create an image of your disk
• Restore files from lost partitions

Plus additional, trials and shareware programs

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Top Features

    • Cloud Storage

      Ultimate power

      Cloud storage has become an integral partof our modem, mobile lives. Services such as Google Drive, Dropbox, OmeDrive, iCloud and Box all vie to hold our data on their servers, but which one is the best for you? We look at the best cloud storage services and explain what they have to offer.

    • Gaming laptops

      Best drones 

      These days you don't need a behemoth of a machine to play the most demanding games. We have selected six gaming laptops that have more than enough power to play the latest titles.

    • Learn to code in 2015

      Windows 10 for phone

      Want to code your own app or website? We investigate the best programming languages to learn in 2015, how to get started, and where to find the resources you will need

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