[author : Phil Lemmons]
The Pc, PC XT, Jr, Portable, XT/370, 3270 Pc, and S9000.
A wide range of IBM products followed the PC's well-timed market entry.
[author : Michael Killen]
The virtual machine of the XT/370 at work with PC-DOS.
[author : Charles Daney and Tom Foth]
UNIX is running on the PC XT, but how soon will it be available?
[author : Ralpn A Phraner]
You may be ready for window-management software, but is it ready for you?
[author : Jonn Markoff]
IBM's Logo compared with a version from Digital Research
[author : Morton Goldberg]
PROLOG uses the techniques of a database manager in a programming language.
[author : James L. Weiner]
High-level languages are easier to learn if you understand assembly language
[author : William J. Claff]
Spreadsheet packages can improve the looks of any business presentation
[author : Jack Bishop]
A review of five new versions of popular word processors for the IBM Pc.
[author : Janet Cameron]
Six popular databases have been updated on the IBM Pc.
[author : David Kruglinski]
The 8087 coprocessor for your IBM can save you time and money.
[author : Stepnen S. Fried]
IBM has put a virtual machine on everyone's desk.
[author : Ernest Sabine]
The S9000, from IBM's instrument division, may be the first micro for the scientist.
[author : David J. States]
Faster communications and windows make the 3270 a bridge to IBM's mainframes.
[author : Larry Augustin]
Smart interfaces and new software are making modems easier to use.
[author : Mark Klein]
Moving data between computers and terminal software can be a problem.
[author : Jay Siegel]
Trying to stretch your PC budget may mean searching for a compatible machine.
[author : Robert A. Stillman]
BYTE looks at some of the latest products to boost the productivity of your Pc.