Turbo Pascal 4.0
XyWrite III Plus
Daily Wheel, Scientific Wheel, and Professional Wheel
Hauppauge 386 Motherboard
Colorizer 1 .0
The numbers are revealing... and deceiving.
[author : the BYTE Editorial Staff]
QuickBASIC finally delivers on the promise of its name.
[author : G. Michael Vose]
Products from Borland, Microsoft, and WordPerfect get set to take on the industry leader, Lotus 1-2-3 .
[author : Ezra Shapiro]
Apple's new multitasking operating system for the Macintosh computers.
[author : Gregg Williams]
Compaq's second-generation 80386 portable provides power in a small package.
[author : Tom Thompson]
A tower of power from IBM.
[author : Curtis Franklin Jr. and Richard Grehan]
Two 80386 personal computers that combine power and affordability.
[author : Ed McNierney]
Eleven products from three categories: replacement, switcher, and multiprocessor boards.
[author : Raymond GA Cote]
BIX users talk about what they want from accelerator boards (and accelerator-board manufacturers).
[author : Curtis Franklin Jr.]
Two 68020 plug-in boards that enhance the capabilities of the Mac SE.
[author : Laurence H. Loeb]
These two units pack all the standard features in a very small size.
[author : Pete White]
These compilers bring mainframe features to 8086-and 80286-based microcomputers.
[author : David W. Burleigh]
A C compiler for the 80386 world.
[author : Matt Trask]
Two finite-element programs for the IBM PC.
[author : Nicholas M. Baran]
A MIDI-based music sequencer for the Macintosh.
[author : Donald Swearingen]
A text-retrieval program that rivals the mainframes'.
[author : Rubin Rabinovitz]
A trip to Germany gives a new hard disk portable its first road test.
[author : Jerry Pournelle]
Mixed feelings about word processors.
[author : Ezra Shapiro]
An overview of the current crop of workstations.
[author : Phillip Robinson]
A look at four leading systems-two kernel-based and two networked-based.
[author : Hal L. Stern]
Providing a common base for graphics hardware and applications program developers.
[author : Martin Plaehn]
A look at two experimental operating systems : Carnegie-Mellon's MACH and Stanford's V.
[author : W. Anthony Mason]
This versatile tester can save you hours of troubleshooting.
[author : Steve Ciarcia]
Algorithms of interest for simulating the act of freehand painting.
[author : Dick Pountain]
Careful data-structure design can lead to considerable improvements in the performance of your programs.
[author : Mike Morton]
A table-lookup algorithm for calculating the XMODEM CRC.
[author : Jerry LeVan]
The TM is simple enough to describe on a single sheet of paper, yet it can mimic a modern computer.
[author : Isaac Malitz]
Easy access to the ANSI device services.
[author : Don F. Ridgway]