PC Magazine (British magazine)

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There are several different versions of PC Magazine. The UK edition was taken over by VNU in 2000 and ceased publication in 2002, although they still maintain a website. The columnists moved to Personal Computer World.

PC Magazine UK's launch edition was dated April 1992, and the launch event, in March of that year, was on a scale that no other technology magazine had experienced before, or has experienced since.[citation needed] It was typical of the way that publisher Ziff-Davis conducted its business over the nine years of its presence in the UK.[citation needed]

Prior to the launch, Ziff-Davis UK, headed by MD David Craver, started recruiting technology journalists and columnists nine months before the launch. Star columnists - they were called Fellows - were Peter Jackson and Guy Kewney, and the launch editor was Steve Malone.