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They're tough for everyone :( But when coronavirus hit here in the UK, the museum had to close its doors to the public, and we lost practically all our income overnight.

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PC Pro

 

PC Pro is one of several computer magazines published monthly in the United Kingdom by Dennis Publishing.

PC Pro is a magazine for "IT professionals, IT managers and power users." It contains information on many different aspects of IT (such as cheap hardware, extreme hardware, software, business, home, retailers) rather than just one of these areas like many UK PC magazines. While it is primarily Windows-focused, it does contain some open source and Apple content

The magazine was launched in November 1994. The website was launched in December 1996.

Each issue comes with a coverdisc - either a CD in the 3.99 version or a DVD in the 4.99 edition. The CD contains complete commercial software products (usually older versions) and commercial software trials. The DVD contains these and also a selection of applications which feature in every issue. These regular applications are usually freeware or open source.
 
Thanks to Jon Haneyball for donating every copy of PC Pro from Issue No 1 November 1994 to February 2010
PC Pro Magazine - 1994
PC Pro Magazine - 1995
PC Pro Magazine - 1996
PC Pro Magazine - 1997
PC Pro Magazine - 1998
PC Pro Magazine - 1999
PC Pro Magazine - 2000
PC Pro Magazine - 2001
PC Pro Magazine - 2002

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