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For questions regarding the Atari ST range of microcomputers.
For questions specifically regarding the Intel 8086 16-bit microprocessor
Questions related to the NTSC video standard (commonly used in North America and Japan).
For questions about recording, processing, producing or working with audio or audio hardware.
For generic questions about 8-bit microcomputers. For specific computers please use the appropriate specific tag.
For questions about which software could be or could have been used to accomplish a task.
For questions regarding file systems and software interfaces to them.
For questions regarding the operation of the Linux operating system on retrocomputers.
a 2nd generation home video game console by Atari, Inc. This tag should be used if the question is about the Atari 2600 hardware or cartridges.
For questions related to data preservation, archiving, and backups.
For questions about the creation and use of disk images - raw data from a storage medium that has been extracted into a file.
For questions about transferring data from one device to another
if you are enquiring about the cost of systems, either at a specific time-point in the past (such as when they were released) or now (if you're looking to purchase).
To be used when asking questions about the Basic Input/Output System found on many computers.
Use for questions regarding the z80-based Tandy Radio Shack computers, the TRS-80 Model I, II, III, and 4. Computers using another processor, such as the 6809-based TRS-80 Color Computer, should use a…
For questions regarding the hardware, software and peripheral products of DEC - The Digital Equipment Corporation.
For questions regarding the products of Acorn Computers Ltd. A British computer manufacturer founded in 1978.
For questions related to the Applesoft BASIC interpreter and language.
For questions regarding the RS232 serial interface standard - its control and usage.