100 pages dedicated to retro technology

When you think of all the technological advances that exist in the computing world today, it’s amazing to think about the age of the first versions of these devices, as well as their operating systems and hardware.

Many have had the opportunity to test every improvement in computers over time, but not young people, who are mostly unaware of what these devices looked like in the past.

in this direction, PC Magazine Review took the initiative to publish a free special issue 100pages Called Retrograde, for which they have put together a series of interesting articles that will be part of their Retrotechnology section.

Thus, the youngest and those who are nostalgic Technology of the 80s and 90s They will have the opportunity to see the hardware and software of the time. Also, from this release, people will be able to learn How to Create a Retro Team using raspberry pi or emulate back,

As for the layout of this one, it is simple and functional, although without hyperlinks, and can be downloaded in pdf format,

You are likely to see occasional ads throughout this release, but these are not annoying, while photo and screenshot They are presented in good quality.

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As for the content, it is classified as 286 to 486 afterwards amd Athensgraphics card cover From CGA to Nvidia GeForce,

Next comes the soundtrack section where you can have the opportunity to take a look at the mythology soundblaster and the roland m,

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go to next topic Processor (T-32) and part of the operating system Windows versions 1.0 and 1.3,

In addition to this, you will find a section on IBM PC 5150First PC which contains many practical articles which give you the steps to build a PC with a modem, to emulate DOS on Raspberry Pi or to install FreeDOS.

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Although the edition can be obtained for free, those interested can donate or subscribe to the print edition to receive it monthly.

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