|Circulation||28,298 Jan-Dec 2016|
|First issue||22 March 2001|
WebUser is a fortnightly magazine originally published in Britain by IPC Media, but currently owned by Dennis Publishing since 2010. The magazine was launched in March 2001 covering topics relating to the Internet and computing.
Webuser was started by IPC Media in 2001. The first issue appeared on 22 March. The bulk of the magazine's content consists of internet news, website reviews and features on web-related topics. It also features product reviews, free software, free apps, step-by-step workshops, and hints and tips for using computer software, hardware, and websites. The magazine is complemented by a website, launched in tandem in 2001.
Topics covered include free software; PC security and maintenance; browser add-ons; the best Google tools; and the latest web trends and developments, such as Web 2.0 and social networking.
- Matthew Cowen (9 March 2001). "IPC Media seeks shop for Web User business". Campaign. Retrieved 10 February 2016.
- "Dennis Publishing acquires Web User magazine and website". Dennis Publishing. 7 October 2010. Retrieved 10 February 2016.
- Jessica Hodgson (6 March 2001). "IPC to launch Web User magazine". The Guardian. Retrieved 10 February 2016.
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