In Partnership with AOL
  • Arachne - Full screen graphical web browser for DOS, supports HTML 4.0, built-in clients for FTP and e-mail; downloadable packages add support for MPEG, AVI, MP3, Telnet, IRC and USENET. Open source under GNU GPL.
    [!]
  • Arachne web browser. Installing and setting up for internet connection via Ethernet - Arachne web browser: how to install and set up for internet connection via Ethernet network adapter.
    [!]
  • DosLynx Quick Start - This site offers DosLynx, a version of the Lynx text-based web browser for MS-DOS.
    [!]
  • FDISK DOS Internet Page - Many links to various DOS Internet resources.
    [!]
  • Net-Tamer, Inc. - Makes text based (graphics for WWW) multifunction internet client browser for DOS with integrated dialup PPP packet driver. Shareware.
    [!]
  • Rubbermallet DOS Networking Resources - Offers network related open source software such as a Web server, an IRC client and a package for developing QuickBasic TCP/IP enabled applications.
    [!]
  • Sioux - Basic Web server for DOS, based on packet driver and Trumpet NTCPDRV. By Georg Potthast. Free.
    [!]
  • SurvPC Mailing List - Mailing list for old or low resource PC and DOS Internet. Posting archives, links to resources, related WebRings.
    [!]
  • TCP/IP for MS-DOS - Details and example concerning TCP/IP and how to implement it and use it on a computer running MS-DOS.
    [!]
  • Tvdog's Internet Archive - DOS programs to access Internet via SLIP or PPP using XT-class PCs: 8088, 8086, 80286.
    [!]
  • VE3LGS Lynx and Bobcat Tools - A collection of useful tools and utilities for the Lynx386 and Bobcat DOS text-based web browsers including a TSR for Mouse support, Trace Route, Telnet and MICQ, an ICQ client.
    [!]
  • WebBoy - A DOS based web browser and mail client created by IBM and marketed by third parties.
    [!]
Volunteer to edit this category.
[Matrix Mozilla]
Copyright © 1998-2014 AOL Inc. Terms of Use
Visit our sister sites  mozilla.org | MusicMoz | Wikipedia

Last update: July 17, 2014 at 5:24:08 UTC - edit