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New-look PCAdvisor.co.uk

It's faster and easier to navigate

Frequent forum visitors and PC Advisor regulars will, hopefully, have noticed our new-look website.

Taking in the all the feedback we've received from the past version, which was launched more than two years ago to coincide with the 100th issue of the magazine, the new site promises to be faster and easier to navigate than before.

We've removed one of the major frustrations new visitors had, which was that you couldn't view the forums without registering. This restriction has now been removed, and people are free to browse without having to sign up first. If you wish to contribute, however, it's still necessary to register.

Those on the ball my have noticed the emergence of blogs (or weblogs) over the last 18 months, and we like to pride ourselves at being quick off the mark, so you'll be pleased to know that we've started a few of our own. Four, in fact: Editor's blog, in which Guy Dixon will share his thoughts on the latest developments in the world of computing; Forum Editor's blog, where Peter Thomas will discuss the burning consumer issues of the day; Internet Advisor, which accompanies Will Head's magazine column of the same name, and Staff blog, where all members of the PC Advisor team can share their thoughts as they put together the magazine.

In addition to the new features, we'll still continue to bring you the latest news and reviews you've come to expect. We hope you like it as much as we did creating it.


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