October 1996 Table of Contents
By Fred Langa
Here's a lot more detail on the next version of Windows, plus info on how you can try it out yourself.
By Mike Elgan
Will your computer blow up in the year 2000? Or before?
By Cheryl Currid
Learn how to breeze through Internet information-gathering tasks.
By Newt Gingrich
Whose responsibility is it to "wire" our nation's students?
By John Woram
Worried about a snooper? Cover your tracks in Windows 95.
By Jim Boyce
Chart a course through your documents with a table of contents.
By Karen Kenworthy
Want to fine-tune your hardware or software? Brush up on statistics.
By Martin Heller
Reducing delays at WinMag's Web site is a learning experience.
For the best deal on the hottest hardware, you should know when to buy as well as what to buy. See what's happening in the major hardware categories to make sure you get the most for your money.
Just what you've been waiting for--the NT multi-user network, with virtual machines and UNIX-style capabilities--has arrived.
Exchange Server doesn't have to be a nightmare.
Don't take a RISC; stick with NT on Intel.
Check out the hottest new products in the pipeline.
Get ready for a revolution. Internet Explorer 4.0 will usher in a whole new way of working. Check out our exclusive sneak preview.
Windows 95's Backup utility has its shortcomings. Find out how to overcome them. And if you're still not satisfied, check out some superior alternatives.
Download a few desktop utilities and Win95 could become your dream OS.
Building a Web data-entry form doesn't require CGI-just a third-party app with programming savvy.
The ultimate in "killer apps" is here. Microsoft Outlook, part of Office97, packs PIM, e-mail, scheduling, contact management and groupware into one awesome program.
... but do they really offer speed advantages over today's 133MHz notebook computers? We look at two new offerings from Micron and Nimantics to find out.
Compaq's new Presario 3020 packs hot new technologies--LCD display, USB and a 33.6Kbps modem--into a stylish package that no fashion-conscious power-monger should be without.
Check out our complete list of recommended products, including the top systems, notebooks, hardware and software.
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