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    Abandonware - old software requested

    Abandonware
    "Welcome To Dan's 20th Century Abandonware
    Dan's 20th Century Abandonware is a representation of my collection of legacy software, computer systems and memorabilia. There are screen shots, photos, and a wealth of information. Many of the software titles are still used today!"


    Or go straight to the Screen shot gallery.

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    Re: Abandonware - old software requested

    I've got two flat file db's that I can't find on that site. One has been abandoned (a DOS application called Cardbox) but the other (Idealist) is stil in use.

    edited to add - I think I've got a copy of Word for DOS v3 on some floppies at home.

    Ken

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    Re: Abandonware - old software requested

    >I've got two flat file db's that I can't find on that site.
    I suspect that I should go through my collection. Right now a great deal of it is just ballast to stop a bookcase from falling over.
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    Re: Abandonware - old software requested

    A source for Abandonware. Appears to be primarily DOS programs.

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    Re: Abandonware - old software requested

    >Appears to be primarily DOS programs.

    Neat site. I see AmiPro and Word6.
    Are these legal downloads?
    I had no idea that major software manufacturers "turned 'em loose" after a while.
    AmiPro 3.1 taught me styles, after which I turned back to Word and became a keen proponent of styles.

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