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Windows 3.1 @ 20

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Poll: Windows 3.1 Poll (47 member(s) have cast votes)

How long have you used the operating system for?

  1. Never (12 votes [25.53%] - View)

    Percentage of vote: 25.53%

  2. Less than 1 year (10 votes [21.28%] - View)

    Percentage of vote: 21.28%

  3. 1 to 5 years (14 votes [29.79%] - View)

    Percentage of vote: 29.79%

  4. More than 5 years (11 votes [23.40%] - View)

    Percentage of vote: 23.40%

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I have one from that era that could switch between 8086 and Z80 so it could run CPM80 as well.
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Is it a NEC-V20 (or V30) machine?



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Possibly. I don't remember. I know it wasn't Intel. I would have to dig through a lot of stuff to find the answer.
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Well, just for the record, dosbox's Ctrl+F11/Ctrl+F12, are very handy:

http://www.dosbox.co...low_down_DOSBox

 

And for Qemu there is Qemu brake:

http://www.miroslavn...mu-brake_en.php

 

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Well, just for the record, dosbox's Ctrl+F11/Ctrl+F12, are very handy:

http://www.dosbox.co...low_down_DOSBox

 

And for Qemu there is Qemu brake:

http://www.miroslavn...mu-brake_en.php

 

jaclaz

 

Well, your just-for-the-record links are not just for the record, they are actually quite good :yes:



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Well, your just-for-the-record links are not just for the record, they are actually quite good :yes:

 

Happy you found those useful, and now, for no apparent reason:

http://sourceforge.net/projects/vdos/

 

 

Description

vDos derived from the DOSBox project (http://sourceforge.n...rojects/dosbox/).

DOSBox is targeted at gaming and available for many operating systems.
If you consider using DOSBox for a database application in a multi-user setting, DON’T, you’ll mostly end up with corrupted data.

vDos is for serious (mainly text mode) DOS applications, Windows 32/64 bits (XP and later) only.
It lacks many of the hardware emulations of DOSBox (no joysticks, basic VGA...).
Instead it adds a live file system, file/record locking, Windows printing, a scalable screen font and more.
You should be able to run your DOS application quickly in a safe and convenient way.

 

 

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