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TRS-80 Magazine: 80 Microcomputing (Main Page)

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NOTE

Please note that these are covers only. The ever extending copyright code has ensured that the TRS-80 and many other items will, regrettably, be lost to the ages. These magazines are NOT downloadable at this site.



Table-Of-Contents Search

You can search through the Tables of Contents of all 102 issues of 80 Microcomputing (101 Issues + the 1983 Special Anniversary Issue) here. Make sure the check box for “80 Microcomputing” is selected when searching.



80 Microcomputing – 1980

80 Microcomputing
January 1980 (Vol. 01)

80 Microcomputing
February 1980 (Vol. 02)

80 Microcomputing
March 1980 (Vol. 03)

80 Microcomputing
April 1980 (Vol. 04)

80 Microcomputing
May 1980 (Vol. 05)

80 Microcomputing
June, 1980 (Vol. 06)

80 Microcomputing
July, 1980 (Vol. 07)

80 Microcomputing
August, 1980 (Vol. 08)

80 Microcomputing
September 1980 (Vol. 09)

80 Microcomputing
October 1980 (Vol. 10)

80 Microcomputing
November 1980 (Vol. 11)

80 Microcomputing
December. 1980 (Vol. 12)


80 Microcomputing – 1981

80 Microcomputing
January 1981 (Vol. 13)

80 Microcomputing
February 1981 (Vol. 14)

80 Microcomputing
March 1981 (Vol. 15)

80 Microcomputing
April 1981 (Vol. 16)

80 Microcomputing
May 1981 (Vol. 17)

80 Microcomputing
June 1981 (Vol. 18)

80 Microcomputing
July 1981 (Vol. 19)

80 Microcomputing
August 1981 (Vol. 20)

80 Microcomputing
September 1981 (Vol. 21)

80 Microcomputing
October 1981 (Vol. 22)

80 Microcomputing
November 1981 (Vol. 23)

80 Microcomputing
December 1981 (Vol. 24)


80 Microcomputing – 1982

80 Micro
January 1982 (Vol. 25)

80 Micro
February 1982 (Vol. 26)

80 Micro
March 1982 (Vol. 27)

80 Micro
April 1982 (Vol. 28)

80 Micro
May, 1982 (Vol. 29)

80 Micro
June/July, 1982 (Vol. 30)

80 Micro
August 1982 (Vol. 31)

80 Micro
September 1982 (Vol. 32)

80 Micro
October 1982 (Vol. 33)

80 Micro
November 1982 (Vol. 34)

80 Micro
December 1982 (Vol. 35)


80 Microcomputing – 1983

80 Micro
January 1983 (Vol. 36)

80 Micro
February 1983 (Vol. 37)

80 Micro
March 1983 (Vol. 38)

80 Micro
April 1983 (Vol. 39)

80 Micro
May, 1983 (Vol. 40)

80 Micro
June 1983 (Vol. 41)

80 Micro
July 1983 (Vol. 42)

80 Micro
August 1983 (Vol. 43)

80 Micro
September 1983 (Vol. 44)

80 Micro
October 1983 (Vol. 45)

80 Micro
November 1983 (Vol. 46)

80 Micro
December 1983 (Vol. 47)

80 Micro
Special Anniversary Issue


80 Microcomputing – 1984

80 Micro
Jan. 1984 (Vol. 48)

80 Micro
Feb. 1984 (Vol. 49)

80 Micro
Mar. 1984 (Vol. 50)

80 Micro
Apr. 1984 (Vol. 51)

80 Micro
May 1984 (Vol. 52)

80 Micro
Jun. 1984 (Vol. 53)

80 Micro
Jul. 1984 (Vol. 54)

80 Micro
Aug. 1984 (Vol. 55)

80 Micro
Sep. 1984 (Vol. 56)

80 Micro
Oct. 1984 (Vol. 57)

80 Micro
Nov. 1984 (Vol. 58)

80 Micro
Dec. 1984 (Vol. 59)


80 Microcomputing – 1985

80 Micro
Jan. 1985 (Vol. 60)

80 Micro
Feb. 1985 (Vol. 61)

80 Micro
Mar. 1985 (Vol. 62)

80 Micro
Apr. 1985 (Vol. 63)

80 Micro
May, 1985 (Vol. 64)

80 Micro
June, 1985 (Vol. 65)

80 Micro
Jul. 1985 (Vol. 66)

80 Micro
Aug. 1985 (Vol. 67)

80 Micro
Sep. 1985 (Vol. 68)

80 Micro
Oct. 1985 (Vol. 69)

80 Micro
Nov. 1985 (Vol. 70)

80 Micro
Dec. 1985 (Vol. 71)


80 Microcomputing – 1986

80 Micro
Jan. 1986 (Vol. 72)

80 Micro
Feb. 1986 (Vol. 73)

80 Micro
Mar. 1986 (Vol. 74)

80 Micro
Apr. 1986 (Vol. 75)

80 Micro
May. 1986 (Vol. 76)

80 Micro
Jun. 1986 (Vol. 77)

80 Micro
Jul. 1986 (Vol. 78)

80 Micro
Aug. 1986 (Vol. 79)

80 Micro
Sep. 1986 (Vol. 80)

80 Micro
Oct. 1986 (Vol. 81)

80 Micro
Nov. 1986 (Vol. 82)

80 Micro
Dec. 1986 (Vol. 83)


80 Microcomputing – 1987

Jan. 1987 (Vol. 84)

Feb. 1987 (Vol. 85)

Mar. 1987 (Vol. 86)

Apr. 1987 (Vol. 87)

May. 1987 (Vol. 88)

Jun. 1987 (Vol. 89)

Jul. 1987 (Vol. 90)

Aug. 1987 (Vol. 91)

Sep. 1987 (Vol. 92)

Oct. 1987 (Vol. 93)

Nov. 1987 (Vol. 94)

Dec. 1987 (Vol. 95)


80 Microcomputing – 1988

Jan. 1988 (Vol. 96)

Feb. 1988 (Vol. 97)

Mar. 1988 (Vol. 98)

Apr. 1988 (Vol. 99)

May 1988 (Vol. 100)

June 1988 (Vol. 101)


Misc.


How To Write for 80 Micro

4 Responses to “TRS-80 Magazine: 80 Microcomputing (Main Page)”

  1. I can’t believe how many covers I remember so clearly. Great memories. I remember when a friend introduced me to 80 Micro. I got so excited going through the pages, I was shaking. I couldn’t believe all the things I didn’t even realize was possible with my TRS-80.

  2. Brett Turner says:

    Hi world, I just stumbled over this site after years of lost hope with my old TRS-80 equipment (which I reluctantly threw out 6 months ago – a model III, two printers, cables, bla bla bla). I loved that thing. 80 Micro – I have probably three or four boxes full of them in original condition, as well as boxes of disks, books, and plenty of other stuff. This 48K powerhouse was a big part of my development when my Father bought it for my 16th birthday – that was 30 years ago. Amazing times and amazing equipment for those times.

  3. John D. Wolfskill says:

    I was the Technical Editor for 80 Micro from 1986-1990, when the magazine was rolled into a new mag called PC Resource — An IDG publication. I was shocked to find this website, and the considerable wealth of info that’s still available for the old Tandy machines. My favorites were the Model III and the Model 100 – A computer that was way ahead of its time.

  4. Ivan Kennedy says:

    Like the TRS80 computers, 80-Micro is part of the fossilised remains of the late 1970s/80s. While I only joined the TRS80 club after 1986, I continued to use a Model 4P for ten years before going to a Toshiba (by necessity, though not by preference or even utility). In the late 80s, I used to look forward to each treasure-trove issue of the magazine with bated breath, although its diminishing size was less than impressive. I have a full collection of 80 Micro, bar issues 1 and 10. At its peak in 1983, it contained about 600 pages. Despite Tandy’s introduction of MSDOS computers at the end of 1983, for true devotees, 80 Micro was nearly all about TRS80′s (with Z80 and 8080 CPUs). I have a full set of working TRS80 computers, with Ian Mavric’s technical support, so 80 Micro is still a live issue for me. For those of us born in the 1940s, 50s and 60s, we’ll never again see the likes of those halcyon years!

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