Category Archives: Windows

SuperChocChip is my FOSS (Free Open-Source Software) emulator for the CHIP-8 range of systems, written from a completely blank project. It is one of the most complete and most accurate emulators out there for these architectures: CHIP-8 CHIP-8 — Double-height … Continue reading

Asylum was a popular, surreal, and incredibly addictive platform game first released in 1994 for the Acorn Archimedes range of computers. It was written in ARM assembler by Andy Southgate. A long time ago, I also used to program in … Continue reading

When you change motherboards, monitors, or even just moved a USB device to a different port, several entries can be added in the Windows Device Manager, without it clearing previous entries up.  Motherboard changes produce the highest number of obsolete … Continue reading