Fxaa Post Process Injector
Posted 21 November 2012 - 08:41 AM
1. click on " View full product specs » "
2. click on the big red button that says " try it for free "
3. wait for your down load to start.
4. if it don't start then click on the blue hyper link text that says " click here. "
Posted 21 November 2012 - 12:53 PM
Good info, but...
Gotta agree with the tone of the first comments on this subject though....
The link "View full product specs" is not what you would call very intuitive for someone looking to download the file, nor is it prominently displayed like it should be. The big red "try it for free' button should be at the top of the articles main page where it can be instantly seen by anybody reading the article.
Basically, the recent make-over of the PC World web site (along with their email articles) suffers from some poor web page design. A little thought on the matter should have told the web page designer what most people would probably be most interested in after reading the article, i.e. downloading it rather then reading product specs that, generally speaking, aren't all that informative. Too much concern over adding more advertising at the expense of readability I suspect. It's one of the ways you lose readers.
Posted 21 November 2012 - 03:22 PM
i do have to agree with what you said.
Posted 21 November 2012 - 10:29 PM
They probably get a certain amount of money, per redirect, and have thrown the readers to the wolves, in favor of revenue by mis-clicks.
I have stopped coming to pcworld as my main source, because of this horrible page layout, believing they knew exactly what the results would be.