This valuable on-the-job reference shows technical and non-technical business or power users how to upgrade and improve the performance of their own PCs. Shows in detail: how to add more hard disk space for storage, more RAM for modern programs, modems and faxes for communications and exchanging data, the variety of devices for input, and much more.The 386 architecture, including the 486 processor, runs software written for DOS, Operating System 2 (OS/2), 32-bit OS/2, and UNIX and XENIX 386. The 286 ... Windows 3.0 needs a minimum of 4M RAM. ... ALRa#39;s PowerFlex 20CSX has good performance for a 20-MHz machine, but it has a 5MB limit on CPU-speed RAM.
|Title||:||Upgrading the IBM PC Family 8088 to 486|
|Author||:||Michael F. Hordeski|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall - 1993|