As the 32-bit, scalable Windows NT inches closer to reality, Novell is clearly concerned about the long term. The solution: Novell is throwing in its lot with Unix.
Hewlett-Packard again sets a standard for workstation price and performance.
The C market leaders slug it out.
a color notebook that destroys the $5000 barrier
Twiddler, a typing alternative that fits in your hand
System Sleuth Professional 4.0 and WinSleuth Professional 2.0, advanced system diagnostics keep up with technology
Bravado, Truevision's new live video/VGA card
Grammatik V for DOS, it sports interesting new features but won't cause corporate wordsmiths to fear for their jobs
Mobius gives you the Mirage IPS system for Unix; Xircom connects you to Token Ring; and more.
Distributed object management systems can fuse diverse distributed applications and data into seamless information systems.
The 32-bit EISA and Micro Channel buses are not living up to their potential.
On the twentieth anniversary of its introduction, a retrospective.
Despite its educational roots, this language has become the most widespread and most commonly used on microcomputers.
Memory and mass-storage subsystems traditionally lag behind the theoretical performance limits of CPUs. Systems designers are minimizing the performance penalty by organizing storage in a hierarchy of speed and capacity.
Today, caching is a must for high performance. Now, the questions are: What type, and how big?
A new class of products eases the burden of the LAN administrator's job.
Demands for higher storage performance are being answered by disk designers: They're adding intelligence to drives to boost speed and accuracy.
The BYTE Lab tests portable systems and pointing devices with a flair for Windows.
The top spreadsheet programs for DOS, Windows, and the Mac.
Nine products that make more memory available to your DOS programs.
Net Ware Lite. 1.0 earns high marks for simplicity and interoperability with server-based NetWare.
QuickC for Windows brings GUI integration to Windows program development.
Apple's lightweight notebook computers are heavycduty champs.
The big-selling word processor is finally running under Windows. Has it been worth the wait?
SoftNode brings a different kind of Net Ware to the Mac, Stacker 2.0 squeezes out space, and Telebit's tiny modem blazes.
Use TCP/IP sockets to write portable client/server applications.
How to make a laser printer act like a phototypesetter.
Network utilities for the Mac and PC; an E-mail utility for Unix.
Watcom and MetaWare deliver 32-bit Windows programming toolkits.
[author : Martin Heller]
AI is redefining the role of LAN analyzers.
[author : Barry Nance]
Setting up your PC Unix for the X Window System.
[author : David Fiedler]
Don works up some Mac hardware upgrade strategies.
[author : Don Crabb]
The best number crunchers; Windows environment space problems; PC-to-Mac connectivity; and other issues.
Jerry configures a new 486 computer.
[author : Jerry Pournelle]
Better notebook computers make traveling with Windows a workable proposition.
[author : Wayne Rash Jr.]
Pen software developers and systems designers debate the future of pen computing.
David Gelernter's Mirror Worlds puts the universe in a shoebox.
All the information search-and-retrieval services still remain islands to themselves.
Sending a Message to Congress
Reader reactions to OS/2 2.0 and other issues.