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SoftAT 2.5

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For System 6.x - System 7.0 - 7.6
Guides on emulating older applications

SoftAT for the High Performance Macintosh

Designed for use on any high performance Macintosh, SoftAT emulates an IBM PC/AT and is ideal for more demanding PC applications including graphics programs and number crunching.
SoftAT can also be used with Insignia's SoftNode to run PC applications which require Novell Netware.

What is SoftAT?
Insignia's SoftPC family are the best selling software solutions for running off the shelf and customized PC programs on Macintosh computers. As part of this family, SoftAT brings the vast world of PC software to your Macintosh. For example, SoftAT can run Lotus 1-2-3, Agenda, dBase, SideKick, Wordstar (and thousands more).

Copy the contents of the Program Disk to your hard disk. Copy the SoftPCData file from the Data Disk to the SoftPC folder on your hard disk. If using System 6 the fonts from the Insignia Fonts Disk must be installed with the Font D/A mover utility to your System file. Under OS 7 drag them to the System Folder.

Archive contains three floppy disks in DiskCopy 4.2 format, in friendly pre-5.x StuffIt format.

Architecture: 68k

Macintosh computer with 68020, 68030 or 68040 processor.
4 MB of RAM (5 MB with OS 7) and 2 MB of hard disk space.
A SuperDrive or other suitable floppy disk drive is required to load PC application software.
There's a patch folder that needs to be used in case you need to run this software under System 6.0.5 or earlier.


macjames's picture
by macjames - 2014, January 6 - 3:30am

I'm not finished 0)

MikeTomTom's picture
by MikeTomTom - 2014, January 5 - 12:03pm

And I thought your SoftPC Pro upload was impressive Wink