Internet Advisor Reviews
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Customer Internet Advisor Reviews (16)
by - written on 20/05/01, updated on 23/11/01 (Very useful, 35 readings)
I suppose Computer magazines have been around for many a year, from the crazy days of Spectrum magazines Crash and Sinclair User, to the current crop of PC magazines. Nowadays there seems to be a steady flow of Internet related magazines that are taking over the market, the great thing about Internet related magazines is they cover all formats of computers, so they get a bigger spread of the market. The latest of these Internet related magazines I have tried is “Internet Advisor”, and I have to say I was highly impressed with it, although I have only bought the one issue. So what is Internet Advisor? --------------------------- ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/02/01, updated on 28/02/01 (Very useful, 21 readings)
Here’s another magazine that I recommend to new users of the Internet. We all have to start learning somewhere and Internet Advisor is that somewhere! For £1.99 per issue, you just can’t lose out! <<<>>>**<<<>>> For your £1.99, you would wonder if the magazine had anything in it worth reading, let alone what the CD may have on it. Well, I hope to give you a good idea of what you can expect to find in Internet Advisor and hopefully my opinion will answer your questions about the magazine. <<<>>>**<<<>>> <<<>>>WHAT’S ON THE CD<<<>>> ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/10/00, updated on 07/10/00 (Very useful, 7 readings)
Internet Advisor is about the best value computer magazine I have come across. It costs just £1.99 each month and has a cover disc. (I have had to send the cover disc back on two occassions as it didn't work but that can happen to anybody! on both occassions the disc was replaced promptly.) The magazine is packed full of good, easy to understand advice for beginners and intermediate. Last months edition, for example, had a cover disc with 50 free Games, Xara3D Graphics, etc on it.It included a guide to the best 50 sites on the net. Articles on safety on the net for kids,and lots more. This a really good value magazine with something for all the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/08/00, updated on 05/08/05 (Very useful, 12 readings)
*** The following review was written in August 2000. I have left the review untouched but have placed an update at the end to cover any changes since it was written. *** The internet can be very intimidating to the beginner. Browsers, e-mail, ISPs and hyperlinks all conspire to give the impression that the internet is too complicated to get involved with but, with a little help, the reality is very different and you can soon be surfing the net with ease. Internet advisor is aimed squarely at the internet beginner and with that in mind it does an excellent job. It starts at the beginning, explaining how to connect to the internet ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/08/00, updated on 30/08/00 (Very useful, 30 readings)
I have been buying this mag since January of this year and every issue has pointed something out to me that I always wanted to know! One of these questions you always want to ask but think it is stupid! The magazine is broken up into clearly defined parts and has features on all sorts of things, from wiping out world debt, best buys and loads of reviews on new sites. You are guided through the book by a family who all join in the fun of the internet, the highlight of this I think is to show that the internet is fun for everyone, Doris (mum) and Ted (dad) even get involved, Doris normally reviews the best shopping sites and parenting sites and how to ... Read the complete review
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