Posts From PCQ Bureau

The Many Flavors of Unix

by January 4, 1999

Licensing of early Unix code led to its mutation under different labels

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CEO

by January 4, 1999

A simulation game as trying as its memory needs

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Caldera DR-DOS 7.03

by January 4, 1999

This version of good old DOS can multitask, and is meant for embedded systems

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Bull Power 600

by January 4, 1999

A high-priced but average offline UPS

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AMI LT-600

by January 4, 1999

A 600 VA offline unit that performs well, but has a low backup time

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Albit 500 C

by January 4, 1999

A 500 VA offline with reasonable performance but low backup time

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Speeding up RAMpeeding

by January 4, 1999

What’s the fastest RAM around? Static RAM is still too expensive. But extending its caching role, vendors are putting it into DRAM chips

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Using IRC

by January 4, 1999

Make friends and influence people across the globe with chat and messaging services

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The Smallest Webserver

by January 3, 1999

A matchbox-sized machine that uses an AMD486 SX, 66 MHz CPU, and runs Linux

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Linux has a GUI

by January 3, 1999

Not a cryptic commandline-only OS, Linux has several graphical interfaces, like KDR, to choose from

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Drives Reviewed

by January 3, 1999

Sony CRX 100E emerges winner with a higher CD-RW capacity, performance being almost same for all

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Care for your CDs

by January 3, 1999

Tips for protecting your CDs

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Your Monitor

by January 2, 1999

It’s a color-only world now, and 15

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Selecting Your Motherboard

by January 2, 1999

Super 7 or Slot 1, choose a 100 MHz board

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Identifying your Processor

by January 2, 1999

All processors have external markings which help you identify their specs

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Halloween IV

by January 2, 1999

When software things were rotten

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Hard Disk

by January 2, 1999

A fast hard disk can boost system performance considerably

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Display Cards

by January 2, 1999

Resolution and color depth determine the quality of what you see

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The Right CPU

by January 2, 1999

You have a wide range of processors to choose from,
to fit your pocket and performance needs

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CD-ROM Drives

by January 2, 1999

Essential today. Drives rev up their speed,
and DVD is around the corner

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