Paragon has relaunched its computing title Windows Made Easy under the new name Windows Made Easy: XP Essentials. Stuart Tarrant, long-term editor of Windows Made Easy will edit the magazine which hopes to target men aged 30 to 60 from beginners to experienced XP users.
Paragon said the relaunch was driven by the “mass adoption” of Windows XP. The magazine intends to give readers an unbiased view of the Microsoft operating system with reviews on the latest software and hardware including digital cameras, MP3 and home cinema.
It will also cost less than the official XP magazine with a cover price of £1.