Hardware: TOS-/GEMDOS- and AES-version-number and -date,
about this specific OS version. Additional infos about CPU and Blitter.
Hardware now: Informations about the TIMER, time, VBL
videosystem, country code and multitasking.
Cookies: Cookies are brief informations installed by the TOS
other programs. INFOMAT shows you their meanings. They describe the CPU
and FPU, the machine type, the sound- und video system and installed
Memory: Infos about the whole and the free memory.
Adresses: List of important memory adresses of the operating
(e.g. screen memory)
Pointers: Important TOS pointers for exception handling , OS
Screen: All about graphics: screen resolution, number and
of colors, text- and graphical functions of the VDI.
Keyboard: Informations about the keyboard and the used font.
Drives (all): Which drives are connected, boot drive,
Drive...: Infos about clusters and sectors of the chosen
about the FAT, plus about free and used drive capacity (with graphics).
Printer: Is the printer ready? Preferences for the printer
Other things: The current state of INFOMAT in the system,
Blitter Speedup Test: compares the speed of massive
with the Blitter switched on and off. So it can find out how great the
speedup is that the Blitter brings to YOUR system. Seems to have been a
world premiere when coded years ago, but still this
is only available through INFOMAT.
Cookie Interpreter: There are many programs that show you
given by the installed Cookies. But what can you do if you want to know
something about Cookies installed on other computers, encountered in
past or if you want to know if a cookie already exists or which program
one is related to? But this Cookie is not installed on your system?
ask the Cookie Interpreter and INFOMAT will do its best to show you
this Cookie means!!! This feature is part of INFOMAT for years now, but
is still unique!
Signature: The third world premiere by INFOMAT on Atari? Not
useful as the other two but nevertheless nice to look at: you can view
the author giving a signature to thank you personally for your use of
New mouse shape: Bored of this same old black Atari mouse
INFOMAT gives you the possibility to change it.
Invert the screen: Sometimes crashed programs leave your
colors inverted. Or you might want to have inverted screen colors. You
can do that with INFOMAT (in ST-mid and ST-high resolution).
Preferences: Of course you can set the preferences using the
CONTROL.ACC, but also by using INFOMAT. You can change time, date,
"keyboard click" and repeat speed and switch the Blitter on and off.
having to use an accessory slot and resident memory. Need I say it's much
Output: Last but not least you can also output all
to a text file or to the printer to have it available anywhere and
anytime and to compare it
to other computers.
INFOMAT should run on every Atari computer under all TOS versions
MagiC in each screen resolution above 320 pixels screen width.
It also runs on Windows PCs with all tested Atari emulators:
TOS2WIN, TOSBOX and MagiC PC. Running on MagiC PC and the Atari with
there should also be no problem to run INFOMAT on MagiC Mac. The
given will be the informations the emulator gives to all programs about
the emulated Atari, of course. Don't be surprised if it reports a
("Ouch, at the store they told me it was a Core2 Duo!").
INFOMAT has not been tested on Atari clones. If you use INFOMAT on
There are no problems with multitasking environments like Geneva,
with MultiTOS and sometimes with alternative VDIs (like NVDI). This is
a problem of the programming language used and I can not do anything
There are no problems with the Falcon-Speeder "Skunk" anymore.