MegaMate, the little drive that could
MKS Make and MKS Lex and Yacc, Unix tools for DOS
Wordbench, a writer's word processor
DataSentry, inexpensive data security
Language Systems FORTRAN, for the Mac forces
Sourcer, a machine code disassembler
Borland's DBMS is serious competition for dBASE IV.
[author : Stan Miastkowski and Nick Baran]
The newest version of the Mac SE runs rings around its predecessor
[author : Nick Baran]
Jerry's COMDEX report and more.
[author : Jerry Pournelle]
Ezra's friends are Framework III, the Canon Cat, and The Perfect Career.
[author : Ezra Shapiro]
As your office grows, a traditional central server LAN becomes the obvious choice.
[author : Wayne Rash Jr.]
The time has come for a portable Mac that doesn't strain arms or credit lines.
[author : Don Crabb]
An inexpensive OS/2 workstation that runs Presentation Manager.
[author : Mark Minasi]
XMODEM has spawned a host of file-transfer protocols, and each has its merits.
[author : Brock N. Meeks]
Optimizing C compilers combine speed, high-level convenience and low-level power.
[author : Steve Apiki and Jon Udell]
The Zenith SupersPort 286 and Mitsubishi MP-286L have desktop computing power and convenient laptop size.
[author : John Unger]
The Tandy 5000 MC combines PS/2 compatibility with traditional PC features.
[author : Mark L. Van Name]
Borland's TASM and OPTASM challenge the long-dominant MASM.
[author : Michael Blaszczak]
Ashton-Tate's spreadsheet for the Mac features presentation graphics.
[author : Diana Gabaldon]
An improvement over dBASE III Plus in functionality, power, and ease of use.
[author : Malcolm Rubel]
The personal workstation: what you get when you cross a user-friendly workstation with a powerful personal computer.
[author : Nick Baran]
Depending on where you start and what you spend, you can turn your personal computer into a workstation.
[author : Bill Nicholls]
The RISC chips now on the market deliver powerful performance at low cost.
[author : Trevor Marshall and Jane Morrill Tazelaar]
The best way to predict how well a system will perform is to test it yourself.
[author : Bill Kindel]
Surveying the state of the art in personal-work station graphics.
[author : Phillip Robinson]
NFS and RFS are feasible choices for creating a shared Unix workstation environment.
A new breed of write-once optical media that can store up to a gigabyte on floppy disk-size cartridges.
[author : Dick Pountain]
TWindows lets you add windows to all your Turbo Pascal programs.
[author : Charles J. Butler]
The interface you pick can dramatically affect your system's performance.
[author : Brett Glass]
Continuing last month's look at keyed file systems, Rick takes a closer look at the data file.
[author : Rick Grehan]