Microsoft File Compare
In computing, fc (File Compare) is a command line program that compares multiple files and outputs the differences between them. The fc command has been included in Microsoft operating systems since M...
Citadel (software)
Citadel is the name of a bulletin board system (BBS) computer program, and of the genre of programs it inspired. Citadels were notable for their room-based structure (see below) and relatively heavy...
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The Print Shop
The Print Shop is a basic desktop publishing software package developed in the early 1980s by Brøderbund. It was unique in that it provided libraries of clip-art and templates through a simple interfa...
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PabloDraw
PabloDraw is a cross-platform text editor designed for creating ANSI and ASCII art, similar to that of its DOS-based predecessors; ACiDDraw (1994) and TheDraw (1986).A notable feature of PabloDraw is ...
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StarDoc 134
StarDoc 134 is a Dos/Linux hybrid BBS running EleBBS maintained by Andrew Baker aka "RamMan, Dotel and Dotelpenguin".StarDoc 134 is a Bulletin Board System that started in the 1990s by Andrew Baker as...
Harvard Graphics
Harvard Graphics was a pioneering presentation program developed for DOS and Microsoft Windows by Software Publishing Corporation (SPC). Harvard Graphics, Inc. released the first version in 1986 as Ha...
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JAM Message Base Format
The JAM Message Base Format was one of the most popular file formats of message bases on DOS-based BBSes in the 1990s. JAM stands for "Joaquim-Andrew-Mats" after the original authors of the API, Joaq...
ATTRIB
ATTRIB is a command, in DOS, OS/2 and Microsoft Windows that allows the user to change various characteristics, or "attributes" of a file or directory.
The several Microsoft operating systems prov...
Corel WordPerfect Office
WordPerfect is a word processing application owned by Corel with a long history on multiple personal computer platforms.The program was originally developed under contract at Brigham Young University ...
Replace (command)
In computing, replace is a command used on DOS, Microsoft Windows and related computer operating systems that is used to replace one or more existing files or add new files to a target directory. The ...
WordStar
WordStar is a word processor application that had a dominant market share during the early- to mid-1980s. Formerly published by MicroPro International, it was originally written for the CP/M operating...
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DataEase
DataEase is a relational database management system (RDBMS), and is considered a rapid application development tool for developing relationally-organized, data-intensive software applications for pers...
Skyglobe
Skyglobe is an astronomy program for DOS and Microsoft Windows first developed in the late 1980s and early 1990s, and originally sold as Shareware but now available as closed-source freeware. It plots...
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Renegade (BBS)
Renegade is a freeware bulletin board system (BBS) written for IBM PC-compatible computers running MS-DOS that gained popularity among hobbyist BBSes in the early to mid 1990s. It was originally writt...
McBBS
McBBS was a Bulletin Board System developed by Derek E. McDonald and distributed by DMCS Technologies between October 30, 1989 and May 30, 2000 and operated over 18 versions.
McBBS started out as ...
Commo
Commo is a telecommunications program which was written and maintained from 1989 to 1998 by Fred P. Brucker. It was a macro-driven package and could be customized by the user. The program, written i...
XTree
XTree was a file manager software originally designed for use under DOS. It was published by Underwear Systems (later Executive Systems) and first released on 1 April 1985, and became highly popular. ...
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XBase
xBase is the generic term for all programming languages that derive from the original dBASE (Ashton-Tate) programming language and database formats. These are sometimes informally known as dBASE "clon...
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OpenGEM
OpenGEM is a non-multitasking 16-bit graphical user interface (GUI) for DOS. Technically, it is in part a distribution of FreeGEM, but OpenGEM also includes features of the original Digital Research G...
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PCBoard
PCBoard (PCB) was a bulletin board system (BBS) application first introduced for DOS in 1983 by Clark Development Corporation. Clark Development was founded by Fred Clark. PCBoard was one of the first...
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HyperACCESS
HyperACCESS is a family of terminal emulation software by Hilgraeve.
It was the first software product from Hilgraeve, and it was initially designed to let 8-bit Heath computers communicate over a...