Software DownloadsDosbox Software
DOSBox Portable emulates an Intel x86 PC, complete with sound, graphics, mouse, modem, etc., necessary for running many old DOS games that simply cannot be run on modern PCs and operating systems. While not restricted to games, the emphasis has been on getting DOS games to run smoothly, which means that communication, networking and printer support are still in early developement.Release notes: New ReleaseTE Support for more graphics modes and...
DOSShell is an x86 applications launcher plus convenient Explorer-like entries manager that works in tandem with the outstanding DOSBox emulator. Use this a so called frontend for the DOSBox emulator and forget about typing-in boring commands at the DOS-Prompt: you can run your favorite old games and programs by one click. It's so easy as you run applications with the Windows Explorer! Key Features: * You can add new records into the...
Free high quality lossless codec for video captured from screen. It has the best compression ratio and speed among free lossless video codecs (on this kind of video). Can be used to make software presentations, videolessons and tutorials. Good for compressing videos from old games (captured in DOSBox for example). Works in RGB24 colorspace.
Pure nostalgia: play over 190 songs with the small DOS program Music Menu over PC speaker, while the appropriate lyrics are shown on the screen. The lyrics can also be printed out or stored in an external file. The tempos are freely selectable and a German, English and Spanish help is contained. The Music Menu contains: - 193 songs (English: 93; German: 85; Spanish: 3; French: 2; other languages with 1 song each: Egyptian, Israelite, Yiddish,...
Verid is a collection of software for flash drives with software that does not require
installation. The program was developed by LBAPSP as a game Wexed part of the program.
In total, it consists of 16 programs.
List of programs:
5) Explorer + +
8) Image Viewer
DosPrint allows you running DOS programs on modern Windows computers (64 bit too) and printing to Windows printers (including USB, GDI and PDF) by installing specialist third party programs specifically designed to solve these common DOS problems.
It checks if you've a 32/64 bit Windows version (in the last case a DOS emulator is needed to run a DOS program, otherwise Windows itself is enough), and selects the best additions for you to...