I’m a huge fan of media servers, so it’s with great pleasure I introduce you to Windows Help & Advice’s lead feature on setting up an Emby-powered media server on your PC. This ten-page guide will provide you with everything you need to get up and running, streaming movies, music and TV across your network with ease.
Also featuring in this month’s issue is another run out for my guide to accessing the Control Panel in Windows 10, plus my regular four-page Q&A column, Support Squad. Please click here for more details and to order.
The latest issue of Linux Format is out now, and my lead feature – Super Pi – adorns the cover. It’s a ten-page guide to building various Pi-related projects, from desktop or laptop PC to media server and IoT add-on. Also in this issue – my latest piece on using the Terminal, this month focussing on running multiple shells from a single window using Screen.
For more details and to order, please click here. Subscribers can also access these and the rest of the magazine content in PDF format here.
The latest issue of Future’s popular title for Windows users is out now, and I wrote both lead features: Your Windows 10 Questions Answered, and Reclaim Ownership of your PC. I’ve also contributed two tutorials on cataloguing your media and improving Wi-Fi performance, and my regular four-page Support Squad column.
The magazine is now available for £5.49 in newsagents, or you can purchase a copy (or subscribe) through the MyFavouriteMagazines website.
My work has featured in Australian magazines since 2003 when I wrote extensively for the Australian edition of the Microsoft Windows XP Magazine. These days, Australian readers can access selected Mac, Linux and Windows articles I’ve written for UK titles within the pages of APC Magazine. Recent highlights include:
To find out more about APC, please visit its website. International readers can also download the magazine’s app from the appropriate app store to purchase individual issues digitally (UK price, £3.99).
The latest issue of Future’s best-selling title for Linux users is out now. It features the latest in my ongoing series of using the Terminal – this issue I look at time-saving ways that speed up the way you use it. For more details and to order, please click here.
The Autumn 2016 issue of MacFormat is available now, and features two new tutorials on reusing an old iPhone or iPad as a security camera, and encrypting and digitally signing email using a self-signed certificate (this is a follow-up to last month’s article). I also wrote two reviews, on the Arlo Q Plus Security Camera and Parallels Desktop 12.
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The latest issue of Future’s US title is on the shelves now, and includes my in-depth guide to reclaiming ownership of a shared Windows PC.
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I feature heavily in this month’s Windows Help & Advice, which is now on the news stands. There are three Anniversary Update themed tutorials for starters, covering tablets, the Start menu/Taskbar and Action Centre respectively. UK users also get to read my guide to making your PC hack-proof, and we round things off with my regular four-page Support Squad column, answering reader questions.
Individual issues now cost £5.49 each, and you can also subscribe from as little as £5/quarter (digital-only).
The latest issue of Future’s US title for PC owners features my eight-page feature on making yourself hack-proof. You’ll also find a reworked version of my ‘Make a Pi MusicBox AirPlay Receiver‘ guide. Find out more and order here, or click here to subscribe from as little as $9 a year (digital).
The latest issue of Future’s best-selling title for Linux users is out now, and aside from celebrating 25 years of the Linux kernel (it’s also 25 years since I passed my A Levels and started at university, gulp!) features my two-page project on manipulating your display from the Terminal using Xrandr. Please click here for more information and to order.
The latest issue of Future’s best-selling magazine for Mac users is on the newsagents’ shelves now. I’ve contributed two tutorials – a guide to recovering an old hard drive and a project explaining how to digitally sign and encrypt email. I also wrote a review on the Buffalo LinkStation LS520DE network hard drive, and a head-to-head comparing the Nest Cam Indoor with the D-Link DCS-8200LH security camera.
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I’ve contributed three tutorials to this Bookazine aimed at Windows switchers looking to try Ubuntu for the first time. These comprise guides to setting up a gamepad, recording and watching live TV through MythTV, and using an OpenVPN server to secure your web connection. The bookazine costs £9.99 in print, or £6.99 as a digital download and can be ordered here.