The woz monitor, also known as WOZMON, is a pretty simple memory monitor and was the system software located in the 256 byte PROM on the Apple I. Wozmon is used to inspect and modify memory contents or to execute programs already located in memory. Steve Wozniak managed to squeeze all that functionality into 256 bytes. That’s right, bytes. Not megabytes, not kilobytes. Bytes. We already had attempted to get wozmon ported to our Steckschwein, but we did not succeed so far.