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Computerra #706 cover
Editor-in-Chief Vladislav Biryukov
Categories Computer magazine
Frequency Weekly and online (before December 15, 2009); online-only (after December 15, 2009)
Circulation 64,000 / week (December 2009)
Publisher C&C Computer Publishing Limited
First issue December 21, 1992
Final issue
— Number
December 15, 2009
#47–48 (811–812)
Company C&C Computer Publishing Limited
Country Russia
Based in Moscow
Language Russian
ISSN 1815-2198

Computerra (Russian: Компьюте́рра) was a Russian computer weekly publication. The first edition was released on December 21, 1992 and was published by C&C Computer Publishing Limited (Computerra Publishing House).[1] Later, it received the online counterpart at [], which supplements the contents of the publication; due to the financial problems and lack of advertisement material, the issue 811–812 on December 15, 2009 was announced as the last issue to be published offline, with only the online version remaining active. The last issue cover lacks a usual cover image, with only the black rectangle instead and the words roughly translatable as "now you can shut down your computerra", as a pun on the shutdown image of Windows 95.

The founder was Dmitriy Mendrelyuk. The magazine was headquartered in Moscow.[1] There are some other magazines founded by him like Business-Journal (Russian: Би́знес-Журна́л).

The typical audience of Computerra magazine includes the working men 25–34 years old, who have high social status, high or medium income level, and use computers.[2]

The difference of Computerra from the most of other computer magazines is that this magazine not only writes about computer hardware and software, but writes philosophical thoughts about life, "computer people" life above all. traffic rank for official website is 36,816 as of January 2016.[3]




  1. ^ a b Russian Mass Media Directory Volume 1 Strategic Information and Contacts. 7 February 2007. p. 119. ISBN 978-1-4330-4173-0. Retrieved 26 November 2016. 
  2. ^ ""Computerra" audience" (in Russian). Computerra. March–July 2006. Retrieved 1 December 2008. 
  3. ^ traffic rank at

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