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For questions about the TRS-80 Color Computer, including peripherals and software.
For questions about the 7-bit ASCII character set, including its control codes. Not for binary-coded-decimal (even if some Intel instructions call it "adjust for ASCII").
For questions seeking identification of retro software.
For questions related to the IBM Color/Graphics Adapter signals, sources, or receivers.
For questions regarding the DEC PDP-10 Computer.
For questions about copy protection techniques used on retro software.
For questions about retro devices from the Soviet Union (USSR)
For questions about the MSX standard or about computers, hardware or software conforming to the MSX standard.
The process of determining how a device was made. Usually for the purposes of replication.
For questions regarding the Commodore Amiga 1200 microcomputer.
For questions on Universal Serial Bus cables, connections, and communication protocols related to retrocomputing hardware and software
For questions on the MOS Technology 650x family of processors. For questions about the 6502 use the "6502" tag.
for questions about retrocomputing screens or terminals
for questions about the Commodore Amiga CDTV home computer
For questions regarding the DEC PDP-8 minicomputer.
Punched cards were an early method of digital computer data storage, using cards made of stiff paper with holes punched in specific locations to represent data. They could be punched manually or autom…
for questions about shell interfaces on retrocomputers
For questions on batteries and battery technology in retrocomputing hardware
Questions about connectors, particularly those used to connect computer peripherals.
for questions about homemade or homebrew retrocomputing hardware and software
For questions about Software Development Kits and their usage for retrocomputing hardware and software.
For questions about processors in the Motorola 68k (68000 series) range. Commonly used in Amiga, Atari ST, Macintosh, Sinclair QL and Sharp X68000 computers.
Questions on retro-related books (contemporary or historic)
For questions regarding the use or installation of the Pascal language on retrocomputers.
For questions regarding Microsoft products (hardware or software). If more specific tags exist, please use those instead; in particular, MS-DOS and Windows have their own tags.
DRAM Dynamic Random Access Memory
For questions about compression. May refer to lossless or lossy compression, and may refer to algorithms or utilities.
For questions regarding the TRS-80 Micro Computer System Model III computer sold by Tandy Corporation
a backplane standard introduced in 1975 supporting configurable card types.
For questions specifically regarding the Millennium Edition of the Microsoft Windows OS.