Category Archives: Retro

Software developed for vintage computers


By | February 3, 2019

trsnic is a general purpose WiFi TCP/IP network interface for the TRS-80 line of microcomputers. The name is an amalgamation of “TRS-80” and “NIC”, which is commonly used shorthand for “network interface card”. It is a fork of and therefore derived from and inspired by Arno Puder’s amazing RetroStoreCard. The product will initially support the TRS-80… Read More »


By | November 11, 2017

TRS-Box XENIX Beta TRS-Box is now available for your Tandy XENIX system. All you need in addition to a working Tandy XENIX system is a serial-IP adapter. Tandy 6000 running TRS-Box XENIX with the ATC-1000 Serial-IP converter. TRS-Box XENIX has been successfully tested on the following platforms: Tandy 6000 with XENIX 3.2 and 1MB RAM… Read More »


By | November 26, 2016

TRS-Pic is a Google Images browser for your MISE equipped TRS-80 Model I or your M3SE equipped TRS-80 Model III or Model 4 with a broadband internet connection.   Watch the video You can download TRS-Pic here Once you unzip, you can copy the appropriate commands for your TRS-80 using the MISE/M3SE FTPD service.… Read More »

TRS-Box Serial

By | July 31, 2016

TRS-Box Serial Beta You can now use TRS-Box without the need for a MISE or M3SE. All you need is a serial-IP adapter and a RS-232 interface in your floppy or hard disk enabled TRS-80. Many TRS-80s already have an RS-232 interface installed. You can find them on eBay or from TRS-80 specialists if you… Read More »


By | January 2, 2016

TRS-Box now runs on the Model II and 16! Finally, a modern file management solution for the big 8″ Tandys! You can now use TRS-Box Serial on your Model II/12/16/16B/6000 microcomputers. You’ll need to be running LS-DOS 6.3.1. Check out TRS-Box Serial for more information. TRS-Box now supports Encryption! Use the new ENCRYPTION setting with… Read More »

TRS-80 Model II Family

By | December 30, 2015

After the initial overwhelming success of the TRS-80 Model I in 1977, Tandy-RadioShack quickly decided to capitalize on their good fortunes and proceeded with the design and development of a serious business class computer. Their initial offering was the Tandy 10 which was built by Applied Digital Data Systems and released in 1978. The Tandy… Read More »


By | April 13, 2015

TRSWiki now runs on the Model 4 with LS-DOS 6! The Model 4 running LS-DOS 6 provides a 80×24 character screen size which makes Wikipedia browsing even more enjoyable. The TRSWiki splash screen on a Model 4 with the M3SE and Hi-Res graphics card 80 column Wikipedia entry for Star Wars as rendered by TRSWiki… Read More »