I’m trying out UTM, a new virtual machine app compatible with Apple’s new M1 architecture on newer Macs, to emulate an operating system from my childhood.
Note: This test focuses on the desktop version for macOS.
Continue reading UTM Emulator testing: Windows XP
After several failed attempts, I finally found a way to get modern TrueType fonts to work on my trusty 1991 Macintosh Classic.
Continue reading Tidbits: TrueType on vintage hardware?
During MARCHintosh 2021, I planned to take a closer look at the early days of desktop publishing by looking at Aldus’ PageMaker software – one of the early successful desktop publishing software titles that would later heavily influence Adobe InDesign – the modern de facto standard in desktop publishing.
Continue reading Aldus PageMaker: A Look At Early Desktop Publishing
The SuperSE’s boards have returned with fresh caps… will it all work?
Continue reading 1988 Macintosh SuperSE Project: Part 2
When people think of vintage computers, they see something relatively useless in the high-tech modern world where even the most basic computers can connect to the internet and browse the web. However, you can still do quite a bit with a 30-year-old computer.
For instance: basic productivity, such as word processing and spreadsheets.
Continue reading MARCHintosh 2021: General Productivity on a “minimal” 1988 SE
Throw away your Yamahas, Rolands, Synclaviers, and other synthesizers – because you can create music with your Macintosh computer.
Continue reading Tidbits: MusicWorks – Making Music with Classic Macs