August 1996 Table of Contents
By Fred Langa
Admit it: Sometimes things do go right.
By Mike Elgan
Cyberthugs are making mean streets of the info highway.
By Cheryl Currid
You can't afford to skip the 32-bit festivities much longer.
By Robert Kruger
Organized crime is muscling into the counterfeit software business.
By John Woram
Getting tired of those dreary shortcut icons? Redecorate.
By Jim Boyce
Grab your daypack. We'll show you some shortcuts to the Internet.
By Karen Kenworthy
Windows can play nicely with non-Microsoft applications.
By Martin Heller
Defend the Web against control-copping pirates
Don't let hackers, crackers and outlaws wreak havoc on your Web site, your network or your system. Act now to shut them out, so you can safeguard your data, your company and even your family.
As the competition heats up among Notes, Exchange and GroupWise, intranets are the dark horse in the
race to dominate groupware.
It's only ISDN, but I like it.
Outfit your troubleshooter toolkit.
Check out the hottest new products in the pipeline.
If your color printouts aren't always true blue, give Windows 95's built-in color-matching system a try. With a little simple tweaking, your printouts can actually live up to their on-screen image.
Color your world with an ink jet or laser printer. We'll help you decide which technology is better for your projects and your pocketbook.
With the latest business graphics packages from Visio, MicroGrafx and others, you can dress up once-drab documents.
Corel's remake of the venerable desktop publishing system promises one-stop shopping for all your authoring needs-paper, Web and CD-ROM.
Even as Pentium Pro desktops pop up all around us, prices on the high-powered PCs are plummeting. Quantex, a David in a Goliath-dominated market, is making its mark with the QP6/200 SM-2.
Check out our complete list of recommended products, including the top systems, notebooks, hardware and software.
And Our Reviews Of ...
August 1996 Newstrends
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