An original, working Commodore 64 is might be considered a collector's piece, a souvenir from a bygone era of computing. However, there are tens of thousands of people all around the world who are still actively using them. New games are being made all the time, the demo scene never went away and is still thriving, new hardware is still being produced and retro-gaming in general is experiencing an unprecidented boom. But as the original hardware is getting older, keeping a C64 in good working order can be a challenge.
Over the last few years, I have seen the same questions asked and answered over and over again. I felt a set of pinned posts might be useful, which I was happy write myself. Then I thought I might as well just create them as good old web pages all about these lovely old machines, and to help make the experience as enjoyable and trouble-free as possible.
You're currently looking at a placeholder. Some proper content will be added shortly, promise. I have lots!