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Byte April 1993

First Impressions: Easy Does It with MS-DOS 6.0
Photoshop now does Windows
                     Seeing is believing - see the meaning of numeric data
                     Navigating the Data flood
                     Image Building
                     The Difficulty with Data
                     Visualisation Software

Shrink To Fit - Byte Lab tests on-the-fly data compressors for Mac's and PC's
Ultraportable PC's: Subnotebook or Palmtop?
PowerBook Peripherals - Apple
OS/2's Multimedia Extensions - IBM
Two Ways to Say VL Bus
Macs and Windows PC's Share Control - Timbuktu
A Beefier MKS Toolkit
Pioneer's Super CD-ROM Drive

Hummingbird Communications Ltd
Commodore Amiga



Publication Date : April 1993

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH2722. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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