July 1996 Table of Contents
By Fred Langa
Here are some of Fred's favorite little apps.
By Mike Elgan
Windows NT is the rags-to-riches story of the year.
By Cheryl Currid
The right technology can improve your juggling act.
By Lou Grinzo
Can Java loosen Microsoft's vise grip on the software market?
By John Woram
A few applets from Windows 3.1x are worth salvaging.
By Jim Boyce
Tie all your documents together in a snazzy software binder.
By Karen Kenworthy
Don't let sloppy users mess up your setup.
By Martin Heller
If you ask Microsoft, Windows and the Net are converging.
If it's speed you need, we've got it. We reviewed five fleet-footed systems that offer three different routes to top performance--the 166MHz Pentium, the 200MHz Pentium Pro and Cyrix's 6x86 Intel alternative. Take your pick.
Choosing a World Wide Web server for Windows NT is as simple as targeting your needs and your budget.
The original OS/2 is bleeding, and Windows NT is holding a smoking gun.
Have you been Winsocked? We can fix you up.
Check out the hottest new products in the pipeline.
Learn how to master the Registry, the powerful, systemwide database that drives Windows NT and Win95.
Quit playing games. The new wave of 3-D is ready to get down to business.
The diminutive floppy has some high-powered competition. The new breed of removable media packs gigabytes of data into minuscule packages.
Need a lifeline to your schedule to stay in sync with colleagues? Throw away your Filofax-all you need is a Web browser.
There's a whole world of Web pages fighting for attention. Here's how to make your site stand out as one worthy of a repeat visit.
There's a whole lot to like in IBM's ThinkPad 560, the latest addition to Big Blue's notebook line.
Café is no substitute for C++ when it comes to building quality Windows applications, but the package is an improvement on the first generation of Java tools.
Canon's C LBP 360PS is a high-powered color printer that purrs.
Check out our complete list of recommended products, including the top systems, notebooks, hardware and software.
And Our Reviews Of ...
July 1996 Newstrends
... a scanner