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Archive magazine is available only on subscription; it is not sold through newsagents. It was founded when the Archimedes computer was new by Paul Beverley, who edited it every single month for 20 years. Jim Nagel (of Abbey Press Glastonbury) succeeded him in August 2007, when Paul's "last and final" issue (20:12) went to press.
The magazine is published in support of the RISC OS computer operating system and it is aimed at both users and developers. Topics in the magazine include news, hint & tips, articles for beginners, the latest technical information, free small adverts for subscribers, comments from readers and a digest of the Archive-online forum where members request and offer help. The magazine also has the occasional puzzle to rack readers’ brains.
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Click on the cover image above of the most recent issues to see larger versions in which you can read the contents lists.
To see linked cover images for all twelve issues of the most recent complete volumes, see Volume 22 and Volume 23.)
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