1st Word/1st Word Plus 1st Word and 1st Word Plus are word processors developed by GST Computer Systems in the 1980s.
Atari ST BASIC Atari ST BASIC (or ST Basic) was the first dialect of BASIC that was produced for the Atari ST line of computers.
Borland Turbo C Turbo C is an Integrated Development Environment and compiler for the C programming language from Borland.
Calamus (DTP) Calamus is a desktop publishing application, built for the Atari ST computer.
Contiki Contiki is an open source operating system for networked, memory-constrained systems with a particular focus on low-power wireless Internet of Things devices.
Cyber Studio Cyber Studio CAD-3D is a 3D-modeling and animation package developed by Tom Hudson for the Atari ST computer platform and published by Antic.
DEGAS (software) DEGAS and DEGAS Elite (Design & Entertainment Graphic Arts System) are bitmap graphics editors created by Tom Hudson for Batteries Included.
EmuTOS EmuTOS is a replacement for TOS (the operating system of the Atari ST and its successors), released as free software.
Fleet Street Publisher Fleet Street Publisher was a desktop publishing program produced by Mirrorsoft in the United Kingdom.
GFA BASIC GFA BASIC is a dialect of the BASIC programming language, by Frank Ostrowski.
Graphical Environment Manager GEM (Graphical Environment Manager) was an operating environment created by Digital Research, Inc. (DRI) for use with the CP/M operating system on the Intel 8088 and Motorola 6...
Lattice C The Lattice C Compiler was released in June 1982 by Lifeboat Associates and was the first C compiler for the IBM Personal Computer.
Megamax C Megamax C was a K&R implementation of C for the Atari ST, Apple IIGS (APW C) and Macintosh computers.
Microsoft Word Microsoft Word is a word processor developed by Microsoft. It was first released in 1983 under the name Multi-Tool Word for Xenix systems.
Microsoft Write Microsoft Write is a basic word processor included with Windows 1.0 and later, until Windows NT 3.5. Throughout its lifespan it was minimally updated, and is comparable to early versions of MacWrite.
MiNT MiNT is a free software alternative operating system kernel for the Atari ST and its successors.
NeoChrome NeoChrome was an early bitmap graphics editor for the Atari ST computer family.
NEOchrome NeoChrome was an early bitmap graphics editor for the Atari ST computer family.
Pro-24 Cubase evolved originally from Steinberg's 16 track MIDI recording software called Pro-16 for the Atari ST. The last version before Cubase was Pro 24 designated "Pro-24 III" and offered 24 track...
Replay Professional Replay Professional was a sound sampling product for the Atari ST. This was released in 1988.
SMSQ/E SMSQ/E is a computer operating system originally developed in France by Tony Tebby, the designer of the original QDOS operating system for the Sinclair QL personal computer.
SpareMiNT SpareMiNT is a software distribution based on FreeMiNT, which consists of a MiNT-like operating system (OS) and kernel plus GEM compatible AES (Application Environment Services).
Spectre GCR The Spectre GCR was a hardware add-on to the Atari ST computers that plugged into the cartridge port.
Steinberg Cubase Cubase is a music software product developed by German musical software and equipment company Steinberg for music recording, arranging and editing as part of a Digital Audio Workstation.
STellar Chaos STellar Chaos is an Atari ST Bulletin Board System (BBS) online multiplayer strategy game that is ran as a BBS Door, an external program to a compatible BBS. Written in GFA Basic by Roger M...
STOS BASIC STOS BASIC is a dialect of the BASIC programming language implemented on the Atari ST computer.
Superbase database Superbase is an end-user desktop database program that started on the Commodore 64 and was ported from that to various operating systems over the course of more than 20 years.
Timeworks Publisher Timeworks Publisher was a desktop publishing program produced by GST Software in the United Kingdom.
Trip-a-Tron Trip-a-Tron is a light synthesizer written by Jeff Minter and published through his Llamasoft label circa 1988.
WordPerfect WordPerfect is a word processing application owned by Corel with a long history on multiple personal computer platforms.