Several websites were reviewed to find out which ones provided the most objective and thorough reviews of desktop publishing software. The top three sites are listed below.
About.com was helpful in allowing me to easily navigate to other pages within the site. These links pertained to the information sought after. Most of the links were relevant. However, some of them were advertisements which sent me to retailers to buy products from. This can be useful if you're looking to buy the software, but can also be quite annoying if you are just doing research.
CNET.com is recognized as one of the best sources of information having anything to do with electronics or computers. They have won several hundred prestigious awards since 1995.
PCMag.com is a resource much like the others, although I'd have to recommend CNET.com the most. It has the most informative reviews.
There are pros and cons to each site regarding desktop publishing. About.com has over 600 experts working for the site to provide accurate and objective information. CNET.com has several experts as well, although I don't believe they are quite as staffed as About.com. CNET.com provides the most thorough articles without having to jump to other related sites or articles. PCMag is helpful although it comes in last of the three websites.
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