In September 1989, the second magazine on disk support was released on the Spanish market for users of the Amstrad PCW range. After the failure of the first Spanish magazine on disk, dedicated entirely to the Amstrad PCW called “Tu Amstrad PCW”, an attempt is made once again to keep the PCW afloat by attracting the attention and demand of the users of these machines.
The magazine focuses solely on the PCW range, whose acceptance by PCW users is enormous, so the Auser Club decides to go ahead with future releases. Many users demanded an exclusive magazine for PCW, since the main magazines of the time, spoke and contained articles and very little dedication for this range, with reference to other Amstrad computers, as was the case of the CPC's that occupied almost the entire of the pages.
The collection consists of 5 issues, whose output was as follows:
It was one of the most interesting collection of software for PCW 8256, PCW 8512 and PCW 9512 for PCW users. The magazine was maintained thanks to the programs and information that users contributed to it.
It was one of the most complete magazines on 3“ disc support, with double-sided and single-density CF2 format recorded on both sides, with unique and exclusive content for PCW. Its content was very varied and extensive, causing more addicts and making that it was one of the most important magazines for this range of computers.
Some of its contents were: the pokes or chargers for some games (very necessary for the difficulty of some of them to finish them), programs between utilities, graphics, educational, etc, programming languages, games and programs in Mallard Basic, logo, information on the latest news, mail, books, applications, and much more.
Number 1 - September 1989
Number 2 - November 1989
Number 3 - January 1990
Number 4 - April 1990
Number 5 - June 1990