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FamilyPC was a monthly American computer magazine published from 1994 to 2001. The collaboration between Walt Disney Publishing and Ziff-Davis was a brainchild of Jake Winebaum,[1] with Robin Raskin serving as its first Editor-in-Chief.[2]

The magazine itself covered a wide varieties of topics that applied to families. In software, it tended to cover education software, further going into Edutainment software, applications, and creativity tools.

Ziff-Davis shut down the magazine in 2002. When FamilyPC was discontinued, Ziff-Davis switched FamilyPC subscribers to PC Magazine.


  1. ^ "Kids take to computers like fish to water. New magazines help tap that interest". LA Times. September 7, 1994. 
  2. ^ "Robin Raskin Named Editor-in-Chief of FamilyPC". The Free Library. May 30, 1995. Retrieved July 22, 2012.