May 1996 Table of Contents
By Fred Langa
The industry is reinventing itself, and so is WinMag.
By Mike Elgan
The nongraphical Net is dead; the Web rules.
By Cheryl Currid
Competition is heating up now that the telecom bill is law.
By Daryl Lucas
Moms everywhere will love the Internet Appliance.
By John Woram
Your mouse pointer may be trying to tell you something.
By Jim Boyce
Improved productivity is at your fingertips.
By Karen Kenworthy
Get the inside scoop on Windows' Registry.
By Tom Henderson
Win95's connectivity just got smoother.
By John Ruley
Get the answers to all those pressing NT questions.
By Martin Heller
Plug your Windows-based systems into the Net.
Imagine carrying the power of your desktop system on the road. With the latest crop of 133MHz Pentium notebooks, this dream comes closer to reality than ever before.
Got the bill-paying blues and a checkbook that's dangerously unbalanced? Let personal-finance software ease the burden. These sticklers for organization take the drudgery out of financial housekeeping.
It's a wonderful life--every month, we get to see the latest, greatest products. We must admit some really hit home with our staff. Here's a sampling of the items on our current list of personal favorites.
If you're navigating the rocky waters of a business project, you need all the help you can get to stay on course. And the perfect planning tools are right at hand-in your trusty spreadsheet.
Why settle for the way Windows 95 does things when you can make it work your way? Here's how.
The new generation of notebooks offers larger, brighter displays, improved battery life and lots more.
Microsoft's kickoff of the Windows NT 4.0 beta gives 100,000-plus users an early taste of what's coming for this flagship 32-bit operating system.
The engineers at Dell Computer are stretching the horizons of 166MHz Pentium machines with their new Dimension XPS P166s desktop.
Check out our complete list of recommended products, including the top systems, notebooks, hardware and software.
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