This article is about the magazine. For the Canadian rewards program, see PC Points.
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PC Plus was a Computer magazine published monthly from 1986  until September 2012 in the UK by Future plc. The magazine was aimed at intermediate to advanced PC users, computer professionals and enthusiasts. The magazine was specifically for users of PCs and related technologies so features articles were undiluted by coverage of other platforms.
Each edition of the print magazine was centered around four main sections - news, reviews, features, and tutorials.
Under Pearman's editorship, the magazine was characterised by the inclusion of irreverent off-the-wall features and content including Huw Collingbourne's Rants and Raves, a serialisation of a fictional office entitled Group Efforts and the Bastard Operator From Hell. The magazine frequently drew on images of Bath, its office base, during multimedia tutorial articles.
Future plc. no longer publishes PC Plus as a print publication although the on-line domain is still serviced by parent brand TechRadar.com.
- "A belated goodbye to PC Plus magazine". TechnologyTales.com. 13 October 2012.
- "PC Plus magazine closes". BC Forums.