The new Windows version of 1-2-3 is a serious challenger to Microsoft Excel.
[author : NICHOLAS JOHN DELONAS]
The Pen Pad PDA600 may not offer the dazzle of Newton, but it's affordable and it works.
[author : DICK POUNTAIN]
You may already have a PostScript Level 2 printer, but now you can take advantage of it with Level 2 drivers.
[author : TOM THOMPSON]
With a powerful new graphics processor, Silicon Graphics' Indigo2 was born for data visualization.
[author : BEN SMITH]
Hewlett-Packard's DeskJet 1200C meets the demand of users who covet color.
[author : ANDY REINHARDT]
It's taken WordPerfect more than three years to update its DOS word processor, but version 6.0 may be worth the wait
[author : PATRICK WAURZYNIAK]
The first PowerPC chip may not equal the Pentium's performance, but at one-fifth the price, you may not care.
[author : TOM R. HALFHILL]
The newest version of Visual Basic inherits Microsoft's Access database engine.
[author : TOM R. HALFHILL]
Local programmers wait for a break.
[author : D. BARKER]
The Paperless 1 imaging system reduces paper consumption, the Raidion LT provides fault-tolerant disk-array storage for OS/2, and more.
[theme : COMPUTING ENVIRONMENTS]
Microsoft wants you to someday use a version of Windows for every computing platform. The unique demands of each platform, however, might make this goal unrealistic.
[author : JON UDELL]
Off-the-shelf products help you meet the needs of disabled workers.
[theme : ADAPTING TECHNOLOGY] [author : JOSEPH J. LAZZARO]
BYTE readers name their favorite products
[theme : PRODUCTS]
[theme : CLIENT/SERVER COMPUTING]
[theme : OVERVIEW] [author : ELLEN ULLMAN]
Client/server brings data to your desktop.
Market forces complicate the search for a database access standard. While vendors pitch their versions of SQL, users suffer.
[author : MARK CLARKSON]
Middleware-such as remote procedure calls and message-passing systems-invisibly aids data exchange. With it, you can save development time implementing your client/server applications. Programmers don't have to modify applications to accommodate network protocols.
[author : PAUL KORZENIOWSKI]
Client/server computing revolutionizes executive information systems. EISes can help you find and analyze your data, but it's not always as easy as it might sound.
[author : RAN DALL D. CRONK]
Benchmark results and hands-on experience with two of Apple's newest Macs, the Centris 650 and PowerBook 165c.
[theme : SYSTEMS] [author : TOM THOMPSON]
Is Visual C++ a more powerful Visual Basic or a more graphical C++? Jim Hurd checks out its new tools and capabilities.
[theme : PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT] [author : JIM HURD]
Paradox and FoxPro migrate to Windows: Borland's Paradox for Windows wraps its powerful features in an object-oriented package. Microsoft's FoxPro 2.5 for Windows maintains its solid Xbase underpinning and is built for speed.
[theme : DATABASES] [author : STAN MIASTKOWSKI AND MARC SCHNAPP]
HP's new LaserJet 4L brings laser-quality output to the desktop, along with low cost and simple operation. The BYTE Lab examines the speed, quality, and expansion trade-offs of the 4L series.
[theme : PRINTING] [author : HOWARD EGLOWSTEIN]
Zedcor's FutureBasic provides a powerful development environment for the Macintosh that's actually easy to use. Thompson builds a project with Future Basic and a helpful add-on, PG:PRO.
[theme : PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT] [author : TOM THOMPSON]
Kodak hopes to change the way graphics professionals process electronic images with Photo CD and supporting software. BYTE examines two of Kodak's flag ship Photo CD software products, Photo Edge and Renaissance.
[theme : GRAPHICS] [author : RAYMOND GA CÔTÉ]
The Windows user interface isn't for everyone. The BYTE Lab examines 12 accessory packages that plug the gaps in the Windows user interface, including NewWave, Power Launcher, and Norton Desktop for Windows.
[theme : UTILITY SOFTWARE] [author : STAN WSZOLA]
We tested 116 50-and 66-MHz 486s to tell you which is best for your DOS, Windows, and Unix applications.
[theme : HANDS-ON TESTING] [author : RICHARD FOX, ALAN JOCH, LEONARD PRES BERG, AND LESLIE REISZ]
Multiprocessor architectures lead the charge to improve I/O performance.
[theme : TECHNOLOGY] [author : DICK POUNTAIN]
IBM delivers a full-featured successor to OS/2 2.0.
[theme : OPERATING SYSTEMS] [author : BARRY NANCE]
The CSprite class forms the foundation for adding animation to Windows programs.
[theme : PROGRAMMING] [author : MICHAEL J. YOUNG]
[author : JERRY POURNELLE]
Unix Power Tools, Things That Make Us Smart, and other titles.
[author : HUGH KENNER, RAYMOND GA CÔTÉ, HOWARD EGLOWSTElN, AND ROB MITCHELL]
Five years after a hacker broke into a computer at Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, the repercussions still echo across the Internet.
[author : CLIFFORD STOLL]
[author : DENNIS ALLEN]
Readers respond on E-mail, Mac accelerator boards, computing in Italy, and other topics.
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