RUN was one of the most popular Commodore 8-bit magazines. It had a pretty long run from the beginning of 1984 until the end of 1992. The September 1985 issue includes:
- Meet the Amiga – The scoop on Commodore’s exciting new business and personal computer.
- Fraction Action – Practice fractions with your own personal math tutor.
- Commodores in the Classroom – An interview with Commodore’s Manager of Educational Marketing.
- Commodore Launches A New Program – Commodore supports the Young Astronaut Program.
- Short-Order Typist – This typing-tutor program is the toast of the town.
- Are You Prepared for the SAT? – A look at the role that some available software may play in helping students to improve their scores.
- Computers in Education – A stimulating discussion of the issues surrounding computer-assisted instruction.
- UltraQuiz – Create and print out quizzes, questionnaires and other such goodies.
- Telecommunications…TeleLearning – Find out about this on-line educational network through which you can even earn a college degree.
- Commodore Helps Pay the Bills – Print professional-looking checks, a record of each entry and a running balance of your transactions.
- 64 Perfect Typist – RUN’s long-awaited checksum program is finally here to ensure that all the programs you type in from RUN will work the first time without error.
- Easy Assembler – This month, learn how to use some tools that simplify writing assembly language programs.
- Keep Your Remarks To Yourself – For those times when you need a little more space and room, here’s a program that removes all those non-essential, memory-consuming REM statements.
- RUNning Ruminations – Education, the Amiga and RUN’s checksum.
- Magic – Hints and tips that help you perform computing wizardry.
- Software Gallery
- Master of the Lamps
- Kid Pro Quo
- Mig Alley Ace
- Trivia Plus
- Racing Destruction Set
- Sixth Sense
- Hardware Gallery
- Quick Data Drive
- Hush 80 Printer
- Commodore’s Service Network – Concluding the list of dealers in Commodore’s newly established network that brings service closer to home.
- Mail RUN
- New Products RUNdown
- How to Type Listings
- Coming Attractions