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Reply 20 of 29, by Cyberdyne

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In reality Volkov Commander is better, totally assembler programmed and smaller, faster, and have all the needed functions.

I am aroused about any X86 motherboard that has full functional ISA slot. I think i have problem. Not really into that original (Turbo) XT,286,386 and CGA/EGA stuff. So just a DOS nut.

Reply 22 of 29, by gerry

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modplug among others, generally windows circa 2000 software often does what I want and is stable when used as standalone applications. Anything that might need to create data compatible with newer software or go online will be forced to 'upgrade' continuously

using old software isn't just something quirky or 'hipster', sometimes there is a piece of software that one learns very well, masters even, and can actually be more productive on it than on more modern software equivalents, even when objectively the modern one has potentially more productivity benefits

its a bit like learning to race one model of car - sure the new cars are better but you are actually slower in them because you're not used to it

that's one of the reasons, if you've ever worked in offices or trained office workers, there was always a moan with a new release of their most used applications - they all new that for a few weeks the new version would slow them down while they got used to it

Reply 24 of 29, by texterted

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Macromedia's Fireworks MX. It works on all my machines, 98se through to win 7 64 bit.

Cheers

Ted

98se/W2K :- Asus A8v Dlx. A-64 3500+, 512 mb ddr, Radeon 9800 Pro, SB Live.
XP Pro:- Asus P5 Q SE Plus, C2D E8400, 4 Gig DDR2, Radeon HD4870, SB Audigy 2ZS.

Reply 25 of 29, by fyw321

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does emule count? it's pretty much old and not much changed through every update releases.
my favorite site stoped releasing anything with ed2k link anymore. but I just autostart it everyday with empty task list, and hope i can still share something to help some cyber stranger by doing this.

Reply 26 of 29, by Shagittarius

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ZDir for all your DOS directory needs. I always rename it Z. Im so use to it I try to use that command on others machines.

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Reply 28 of 29, by winuser_pl

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I use Microsoft Visual Studio 2005. Borland C++ 5.02, Paint Shop Pro 6 and the others 😁 Actually I like that software.

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PC1: Highscreen => FIC PA-2005, 64 MB EDO RAM, Pentium MMX 200, S3 Virge + Voodoo 2 8 MB
PC2: AOpen => GA-586SG, 512 MB SDRAM, AMD K6-2 400 MHz, Geforce 2 MX 400

Reply 29 of 29, by Oetker

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winuser_pl wrote on 2021-01-19, 08:55:

I use Microsoft Visual Studio 2005. Borland C++ 5.02, Paint Shop Pro 6 and the others 😁 Actually I like that software.

I was also always a big fan of PSP 6 and hated later versions. Now I use Paint.net.