Links to Web sites I consider interesting, sorted by title.
Bret Johnson's Home Page
Contains the USBDOS package of USB drivers for DOS and several other useful TSR programs.
Web site of Michael Brutman, featuring projects such as mTCP, a small and efficient TCP/ IP stack for DOS.
Coding 2 Learn
Education and technology ramblings with a little politics for good measure. Recommended articles (unordered):
Web site of musician and retrocomputing enthusiast John Ames.
Blog by Ville-Matias Heikkilä on computers, civilization, aesthetics, and more. Recommended articles (unordered):
Instant Wisdom Worth What You Paid; blog by ex-Atari, ex-Apple programmer Landon Dyer. Recommended articles (unordered):
Web site of retrocomputing enthusiast Cameron Kaiser.
Anecdotes about the development of the first Macintosh and the people who made it.
Fun with virtualization
Exactly what it says.
A modern, fast, powerful desktop operating system inspired by BeOS.
Retrocomputing site and blog by David Simunič, mostly about pre-release versions of Windows 1.0.
A simple 16-bit operating system for x86 PCs, written in assembly language and intended for educational use. I learned x86 assembly by studying its code, so I recommend it to anyone who wants to learn x86 assembly.
Nathan's Toasty Technology Page
The Web site of Nathan Lineback, famous for its GUI gallery. Check out his Windows 8 review.
Blog by Michael Necasek on the history of OS/2 and random aspects of .
PC software and hardware history, with emphasis on the 1987-1997 period
Interesting bits of computing history.
Planet Virtual Boy
A Web site dedicated to a unique yet obscure 3D video game console, the Nintendo Virtual Boy.
Programming in the 21st century
Blog by James Hague. Recommended articles (unordered):
Web site of retrocomputing enthusiast Rob Braun. Contains interesting projects and software for 680x0-based Macintoshes.
Web site of emulator developer and QuickBASIC programmer Mike Chambers.
A small and simple C compiler by Alexey Frunze.
Web site of programmer Jari Komppa.
Nothing to say here.
The Old New Thing
Blog by Microsoft programmer Raymond Chen on Win32 programming. Contains many interesting stories on the history of Windows.
Windows 95 Tips, Tricks, and Tweaks
Operating system horror.
Last updated on January 29, 2019.
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