Three of my contributions feature in the latest issue of Britain’s best-selling Mac magazine. I wrote six pages of the cover feature, ‘The ultimate Apple gift guide’, plus contributed a four-page group test on Time Capsule alternatives and a single-page review of Microsoft PowerPoint 2016 for Mac.
The magazine is available now in shops for £5.99, but cheaper digital editions are also available, as are subscriptions.
The latest issue of Future’s best-selling Linux title has been published, and features two of my contributions: tutorials on setting up network shares in Ubuntu, and a comprehensive guide to mailmerge in LibreOffice.
For more information and to order your copy (or, if you’re a subscriber, to access both tutorials in PDF format via the magazine’s Archives section), please visit the Linux Format website.
The latest issue of Windows Help & Advice features a veritable smorgsbord of my tutorials and features, past and present. Content written especially for issue 116 include my regular Support Squad column, plus guides to taming Windows Update in Windows 10, plus exploring all the Control Panel options still available behind the scenes.
Also featured is an updated version of my Reinstall Windows 8.1 feature from a recent bookazine, plus guides to playing games , using Microsoft Edge, getting the most from Cortana, fixing photo problems with Paint.NET, and writing a novel with yWriter.
The magazine is in the shops now, priced £6.49, or you can purchase it digitally for £2.49. More affordable print and digital subscriptions are also available.
Two more of my Windows Help & Advice tutorials have been published online at the TechRadar website – these are:
The latest issue of Dennis Publishing’s genealogy magazine is on the shelves now, and features my regular page of software reviews. This month I’ve looked at document transcription tool GenScriber, plus GEDCOM viewers Relative History (Windows) and GedTreeFree (Android). Click here for more details and to order.
Another of my Windows Help & Advice tutorials has found its way online to the TechRadar website – this one reveals how to hook up your phone to Windows 10.
Two of my prevously published articles from Windows Help & Advice magazine have now appeared online at the TechRadar website:
The latest issue of Future’s popular Linux title has hit the shelves, and I feature three times. First, I contributed the lead feature, Stream it!, an eight-page guide to creating a media server using the open-source Emby solution. I also contributed a tutorial on setting up printers and scanners in Linux, plus wrote a three-page piece comparing Linux desktops as a follow-up to my tutorial from issue 203.
Subscribers can download individual tutorials or the entire issue from the magazine’s archives. A print edition – with cover disc – can be purchased online, or you can buy an annual subscription for digital (£45) or print (£51-£56).
I’ve contributed two tutorials to the current issue of MacFormat: Back up your Boot Camp partition and Share folders over the internet. I also wrote two reviews – a full-page review of Parallels Desktop 11, and a half-page review of Acronis TrueImage Cloud 2015.
Visit the magazine subscriptions page to order the current issue in print, or order an annual digital (£24) or print (£40-44) subscription.
The latest issue of Future’s Windows magazine is on the shelves now. In addition to my regular four-page Support Squad column, I contributed the following tutorials for this issue:
For more details and to order the current issue in print, please click here. Digital editions are also available, as are annual digital (£20) and print (£48-53) subscriptions.
Another three of my Windows 10 tutorials have now been published online at T3.com. They are:
Please click each link for more information as well as a direct link to the T3 article.
The second of my Windows 10 tutorials for T3.com has been published online. This one is a guide to setting up antivirus on your PC.