Web sites by computer companies
Updated March 2, 1998
(March 2, 1998): Link to new OS/2 unofficial FAQ
(September 5, 1997): Added link to AMD
(August 21, 1997): Updated Toronto OS/2 User's Group link
(January 31, 1997): Added Service Track Inc.
(December 3, 1996): Added AVR Corporation
(September 3, 1996): Updated Linfield's Favourite OS/2 Freeware link
I do a lot of shopping for computers and computer components.
Here are some links that I've found useful.
If you live in the Toronto area, be sure to see
a list of webs sites I found in advertisements in Toronto Computes! and
The Computer Paper. It includes an extensive listing of local
ISPs, and a pointer to someone else's ISP listing.
Another good place to look is the BYTE online archive.
Toronto, Ontario, computers, retail, sales, world wide web, WWW, sites,
software, hardware, shopping.
- Corporate main pages and main computer products pages.
- Business Services
- Personal computer systems
- Printers and imaging
- AVR Corporation -- Solutions in Experiential Computing.
(See my Linux page as well.)
- Lotus SmartSuite (OS/2, Windows 95, and Windows 3.1)
- Information from IBM:
- E-zines by user groups:
- Information presented by end-users:
- SOMware at the Club -- IBM's SOM web page. SOM stands for
System Object Model, which is, umm, something that makes umm,
object-oriented-work nicer. And it's being used by OpenDoc.
SOM solves the ``fragile base class'' problem.
- SPG -- graphics software (available in OS/2-native versions)
- Willows -- they make a source-and binary- level compatibility
library and environment for
the Windows API. They are giving it away for free for non-commercial
use! Of course, they also sell it for money to businesses.
- Windows95 Help Site If you're running Windows95, God knows
you need help. This is run by volunteers.
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