Apple redefines top-of-the-line with the speedy IIfx.
LaserJet III HP's trailblazing printer
Photoshop, Adobe eases image manipulation
Toshiba T1200XE, impressive notebook computing
R:base 3.0, many new features from Microrim
Lotus 1-2-3/G, three dimensions for PM
Microsoft's long-awaited 32-bit OS/2 forges ahead, with DOS and windows in tow.
IBM's RISC System/6000 family sets a new standard of performance.
Find out if your favorite product has been honored.
[author : Jerry Pournelle]
Our columnist details how to set up UUCP communications.
[author : David Fiedler]
CD-ROM databases can provide your business with valuable information in a hurry.
[author : Wayne Rash Jr.]
A bright side with education, a darker side with software development.
[author : Don Crabb]
Life with OS/2 1.2 is a lot like life with version 1.1, with some welcome changes.
[author : Mark J. Minasi]
You don't have to be in the office to take advantage of the office LAN.
[author : Mark L. Van Name and Bill Catchings]
The BYTE Lab examines 23 25-MHz 80386 motherboards.
NEC brings color to a laptop, but is it worth it?
Sharp's low-cost scanner delivers high-quality color images to those who can afford to wait.
Ami Professional, Legend, and Word for Windows are the first WYSIWYG word processors for Microsoft Windows, but are they fast enough?
FoxPro may have outdone all other dBASE systems, including dBASE IV.
With NewWave, Hewlett-Packard expands Windows, but it's not easy.
Apple and Symantec bring object-oriented C compilers to the Mac.
A compilation of brief reviews and updates to previously published evaluations.
By providing a consistent framework, applications architectures let software run on different machines and operating systems.
Frank Hayes discusses the past, present, and future of user-interface design.
Understanding your programming interface can help you decide which user interface to support in a heterogeneous environment.
Thriving in a diverse computing environment is a lot easier if you have the right tools.
IBM's SAA versus DEC's NAS how do they compare?
With its new Distributed Applications Architecture, Data General challenges IBM and DEC.
A sampling of products and organizations involved in applications architectures.
A program called Spawn uses auctions to fairly allocate precious computer time.
Using object-oriented techniques to convert existing applications has its advantages.
Who owns the copyrights on independently developed programs? An attorney discusses recent developments.
ISO standards signal that network management help is on the way.
DOS extenders deliver 16-bit compatibility and 32-bit performance.
Armed with a few general concepts, you can make assembly language improvements without knowing assembly.
A 286/386SX/386 debate goes on.
This is a serious business, but it has had its funny side.
The tortuous evolution of copyright law in the computer world.
To Boldly Benchmark New meaning for the term "high-level benchmarks."