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Acorn User - January 1995

Acorn in the USA and the 486SX card
World wide webbing on the Acorn
Studio 24 gets even better
The death of black and white ink-jets?
Public Domain
Latest software for schools
Subscriber's Page
The Moxon Interview
The men from Fabis Computing
Co-operative business packages
Game show
The pocket-sized column
Cover disc
Spelling book demo and more
Next month
Crystal ball gazing
C Tutorial
Pointers again
Questions and answers
Acorn customer hotline
Games reviews
Simon the Sorcerer, Arcturus and Floopy
Loadsa money
Personal accounting packages
Project planning
Double your memory
8Mb RAM upgrades for the A5000
Sliding about
Polaroid slide printer from Burden
The winning formula
Formulix, Computer Concepts' new equation editor
Making movies
Professional video editing from Eidos
BETT '95 preview
Educational show
Totally connected
Installing massive networks
Good foundations
Key Stage One resources
Schools' competition
Design a page for Acorn User
Catching up
How the classroom has changed

Publication Date : 23rd June 2009

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH4876. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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