What it is, why we're doing it.
Sixty-three of the most creative and influential people in the industry discuss their perspectives on the microcomputer industry of the future.
A look at key events in BYTE, the computer industry, and world history during the last 15 years.
Late-breaking technology and industry reports from the BYTE news staff.
Product snapshots of recent hardware and software announcements.
RasterOps Accelerator, speeds up Macintosh graphics
Backpack, MicroSolutions lets you add a drive easily
Legacy, a word processor for Windows 3.0 from NBI
Norton Utilities 5.0, a new version with mixed blessings
HardFacts, information on 6000 hardware products
This 13-pound laptop can double as a powerful desktop system.
The BYTE Lab evaluates 15 WYSIWYG word processors for the Mac and the PC.
Digital Equipment makes a play for the serious workstation user with its revved-up DECstation.
Asymetrix's TooLBook lets you create Windows 3.0 applications without learning C.
The Mac Ilfx is a powerful number cruncher in the Mac or Unix environment.
The Outbound and Dynamac take opposing approaches.
SCO's Open Desktop may be the shrink-wrapped Unix that DOS users have been waiting for.
Lotus finally gets graphical with 1-2-3/G.
Thanks to its Apple Talk connector, Shiva's NetModem V.32 can serve as a shared network modem and an internetwork router.
Q/Cor's new floppy disk drive leads the 20-megabyte vanguard.
A roundup of seven personal information managers shows that there is a way to get organized.
Object-1 speaks to OS/2's Presentation Manager in object-oriented terms.
New high-resolution monitors from Cornerstone and Radius aren't just for desktop publishing.
Digipro's Flashdisk plugs up to 8 megabytes of nonvolatile memory into any available 16-bit slot.
Behind the crumbled Iron Curtain lie lands of high-technology disarray-and opportunity.
Design choices that culminated in the machine that conquered the microcomputer world.
When you're building a real-time operating system, it helps to start small.
Professional sound capabilities, once the exclusive domain of high-end recording studios, are now available to PC users.
What's being done about magnetic fields from monitors?
A memory management system for MS-DOS that lets you break the 640K-byte barrier.
A look at the future and a stroll down memory lane.
We've thrown you a party.
BYTE readers predict the future.
Visualization is a volume that challenges our notions of visual reality.
Mitch Kapor argues against litigation as a business tactic.
Jerry looks back at 15 years of BYTE.
[author : Jerry Pournelle]
Looking at business software from the last 15 years and the next 15.
[author : David Fiedler]
Talking to professional desktop publishers reveals surprising facts about desktop publishing on the Macintosh.
[author : Don Crabb]
Powerful decision-support systems, once used only on mainframes, are now migrating to micros.
[author : Wayne Rash Jr.]
Mastery of OS/2 threads taxes developers but rewards users.
[author : Douglas A. Hamilton]
Three developing application areas must unite before LANs can become a part of everyday life in the 1990s.
[author : Mark L. Van Name and Bill Catchings]