Here's what's in this month's issue of PC Pro magazine
March 2021 - issue 317
- 2021’s most dangerous scams: With a UK-wide upswing in homeworking, the conditions are ripe for dastardly cybercriminals. PC Pro’s resident security expert Davey Winder reveals the threats you need to watch out for – and how to avoid them in the first place.
- Labs - Desktop PCs for every budget: One of the great joys of producing a Labs is that you see the whole market in a cross-section. Especially in a Labs such as this one, where prices start from a humble £399 and steadily rise to almost £2,000.
- Side hustle: how to make extra money from your skills: From online data lessons to lifestyle newsletters and even Football Manager scouting, Barry Collins speaks to three people who used their technology nous to turn an interest into an income stream.
- How much RAM do you really need? Should you always fork for out the maximum memory possible? Darien Graham-Smith sheds light on this thorny issue and explores Windows10’s in-built tools.
- Review of the month - Porsche Design Acer Book RS I7:
Is this the most stylish laptop we’ve ever tested? We’ll let you judge from the photos, but it’s certainly one of the most striking. With Acer and Intel’s help, there’s power to match the panache courtesy of an 11th-generation Core i7 processor, and it’s wrapped up in a compact 1.2kg package.
- And a lot more...
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