ST-Computer

ST-Computer

Das Computermagazin ST-Computer aus dem Heim-Verlag (bis 1996) und dem falkemedia-Verlag war das langlebigste Computermagazin für den Atari ST, Atari STE, Atari TT und Atari Falcon. Die Erstausgabe erschien im Januar 1986, erst mit der Ausgabe 1/2004 wurde das Magazin eingestellt. Während dieser Zeit erschien es elfmal im Jahr.

Im Jahre 1993 wurden die Zeitschriften TOS Computer und ST Magazin übernommen. Ab 1995 kamen auch der Macintosh-Rechner zum Themenstoff hinzu, da viele ST-Anwender ihre nun langsam aussterbenden Rechner auf dem Macintosh emulierten. Im Jahre 1996 wurde der Macintosh-Teil aber wieder abgetrennt und der Verlag gewechselt. Bei falkemedia wurde die ST-Computer zusammengelegt mit der Atari Inside aus demselben Verlag. Seit dem Sommer 2003 erschien die ST Computer nur noch als Beilage der PC-Welt beim IDG-Verlag.

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