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Kelly/Grimes IBM PC compatible computer directory

by Brian W. Kelly

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Published by Wiley in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Microcomputers -- Directories.,
  • Computer software -- Directories.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesIBM PC compatible computer directory.
    StatementBrian W. Kelly and Dennis J. Grimes.
    ContributionsGrimes, Dennis J.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA76.5 .K3779 1985
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxii, 581 p. ;
    Number of Pages581
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2854925M
    ISBN 100471878197
    LC Control Number84017392

      The code name for the new computer was "Acorn." Twelve engineers, led by William C. Lowe, assembled in Boca Raton, Florida, to design and build the "Acorn." On Aug , IBM released their new computer, re-named the IBM PC. The "PC" stood for "personal computer" making IBM responsible for popularizing the term "PC."Author: Mary Bellis. With SuperNova she was able to continue using a computer with her choice of magnification level and speech. When she decided to write her book, Confessions of a Guide Dog, to raise money for Guide Dogs UK, she used Microsoft Word through SuperNova not only to write the book, but also to write her pitching letters to publishers.

    TUGboat Author/People list Most entries in these lists have links to the table of contents for the particular issue. If the entry you are seeking does not include a direct link to a PDF for the paper, try following the link to the issue's table of contents to see if the paper is part of a larger PDF. The copy can be installed on any IBM PC-compatible computer, although an IBM AT-level microcomputer or better is recommended for best performance. The ISI can be placed on local area networks, running either under Microsoft WINDOWS', or using the WordPerfect shell. The Macintosh version of the ISI is no longer available.

    the IBM PC/compatible. Create professional PCB layouts (with autorouting-requires EGA) and elec- tronic schematics (CGA) with these inexpensive shareware programs. Both for $ Suncoast Technologies, PO Box EH, Spring Hill, Flor- ida PROGRAM THE microcontroller in Basic with this PC/compatible shareware collection. ibm pc and xt owners manual [chertok, bl rosenfeld, d stone, jh] (sep84) ibm pcs and compatible: a business user's guide [lewis, c] (dec86) ibm personal computer handbook, the [dravnieks, de] (sep84) ibm personal computer, the [depace, md] (oct84) ibm personal system/2: a business perspective [hoskins, j] (jan88).


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