Personal Computing Today

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Personal Computing Today was a monthly UK magazine that covered the home computing scene during the early to mid 80's.

It ran from August 1982 to somewhere around late 1985. They were published by Argus Specialist Publications and the price was 85p.

It covered almost every machine at the time and was full of game and computer reviews, general computing news, previews, hints, letters and user type-ins (games, utilities etc). Program listings were published every month. Amstrad CPC content appeared from September 1984 right through to the end of the magazine. Every month there was something for Amstrad users - type-in, game reviews and sometimes news. Other magazines by Argus were Games Computing and Computer Gamer.

Amstrad type-ins, game reviews, interesting news and content is shown below - not the entire magazines. This started in September 1984.

  • Note: If anyone knows anything more about this magazine, or has copies of them, please let us know (or edit this page to add content) *