PowerPC preview

Poole, Lon
February 1994
Macworld;Feb1994, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p102
Focuses on the future technological innovations to Apple Computer Inc.'s PowerPC Macintosh computers. Operating system; Software compatibility; Software performance; Add-on hardware; Upgrade options; Suggestions on buying PowerPC Macintosh computers; Reduced instruction set computer (RISC) processors; PowerPC line of products; Significance of PowerPC. INSETS: How tomorrow's Macs run today's software.;Five reasons the PowerPC is a better CPU..


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