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That's why you should also start 2024 as a PCW Max – PCW subscriber

That's why you should also start 2024 as a PCW Max – PCW subscriber

Subscribers also receive a PCW magazine packed with exciting content in January as well as valuable giveaways.

Good riddance – as the learned French say, or we've just got rid of it. This is the thought that may come to many people's minds first regarding 2023 for several reasons. But as surprising as it is, we did not waste the first issue of the new year lamenting what happened, but rather devoting our attention to the present and the near future with a forward-looking view. With that in mind, we looked at what kind of configurations are worth building nowadays based on AMD and Intel, what we gain with the advent of Wi-Fi 7, and why a mechanical keyboard could be our friend for the long haul.

In the digital magazine 01/2024, the issue of optical data storage was also discussed in addition to the new Intel processors, but we also looked into why PC gaming has suddenly become more fattening. We also get treated to the amazingly revamped Paint, and take a look at the most promising games coming in 2024.

However, before we move on to the further description of the content, we would like to remind everyone that the PCW Max subscription offer runs until January 31st. As part of this, the basic package now costs only 11,990 Hungarian Forints for one year, and in return you get access to all content, you can browse publisher websites without ads, you can participate in PCW's quiz games, and you can enjoy customer service benefits PCW Helpline and IT and Antivirus Dictionary updated monthly. The package also includes 12 digital magazines along with 12 free programs. Alternatively, while stocks last, you can also opt for the final pieces of the HUF 19,990 PCW Max Ultimate or HUF 24,990 PCW Max VIP packages, which, in addition to those just listed, also include the Norton 360 security solution and a piece of hardware .



  • If you're just going to download a few new apps to your phone, these should be them
  • Curved monitors can get even more curved
  • Rest assured, the RTX 50 Series is being produced on schedule
  • It's time to ditch the PlayStation 4


  • intel vs. AMD – today it is useful to build a computer on these foundations
  • Wi-Fi 7 is on the way, but do we need it?
  • All about mechanical keyboards
  • Is optical data storage really dead?
  • Intel BTX standard – the failed computer revolution
  • Double GPU acceleration and a dedicated AI chip – new Intel Core Ultra CPUs are here


  • Why do PC games require so much storage space?
  • Four new features you should know about in the new Paint program
  • Top 5 window management solutions for Windows
  • Top 5 USB Boot Creation Software
  • Excire Foto Light Test (Gift Program)

The star of the game

  • The most anticipated games of 2024
  • Avatar: Testing Pandora's Limits – Navi, the flower, don't touch it, it's not allowed!
  • What led to the downfall of the Overwatch League?


  • Ten things you need to do immediately if you have an Android phone
  • Want to switch to Linux, but have reservations? We'll help you choose the perfect option for you
  • Helpline

PCW January's digital magazine can only be viewed with a PCW Max subscription.

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