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PC Pro January 1995

This PC Pro Issue 3 January 1995 was very kindly donated by Jon Honeyball. Jon is one of the UK's most respected IT journalists and a contributing editor to PC Pro since it launched in 1994. He specialises in Microsoft technologies, including client/server and office automation applications. Jon has kindly donated every copy of PC Pro from its launch up to February 2010.
 
Features of this issue include:
90MHz pentium PCs
Windows 95
 
Adverts:
Apple Macintosh System 7.5
Olivetti Modulo
Olivetti Echos Poertable PC
 
Review/Testing:
Amstrad PC486
Viglen Genie PCI-5/100
Apricot Xen PC 590
ICL ErgoPRO D5/90P

Publication Date : 1st January 1995



Creator : Dennis

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH6837. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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