The category contains software designed for the DOS operating system.
A free command processor, materials, batches, aliases, functions.
A hobbyist project that provides various open source programs for 80x86-based computers running DOS-compatible operating systems.
An open source mouse driver for DOS. It's completely written in assembly for speed and small memory footprint. (Included with FreeDOS; works with others.)
A replacement for COMMAND.COM designed to make DOS faster and easier to use.
DOS Driver Page
Collection of drivers and utility software to help with running DOS and DOS applications on modern hardware. Includes several sound card and video drivers.
An Open Source GUI and multitasking system for DOS. Will run on 8086 and takes up very little memory.
Filename completion for DOS, Windows 95/98/Me. At the command line prompt, type the first few letters of a filename, then hit Tab; FileC fills in the rest of the name.
Flashback to Command Prompt
Links to batch files and utilities to take advantage of 4DOS and Take Command.
Small hexadecimal editor with turbo vision style interface, which is consistent on all platforms. DOS version listed under the "old" downloads section.
Interesting DOS programs
A collection of links to mostly freeware DOS programs. Includes sound, graphics, screen savers, utilities, programming tools, and DOS alternatives.
JHB: My Programs
DOS programs written by J.H. Bass: ASCII reference table, Browser to search for and uncompress Zip files, electronic calendar, electronic piano, math tutor, games: Hangman, Ludo, Rescue, Five in a Row.
A utility to sort Windows' long filenames on a disk.
Nansi and NNansi
Enhanced versions of ANSI.SYS. Purported to be faster than ANSI.SYS and includes extra features.
PCOS Development HQ
Presents this open source project whose goal is to release a shell (command.com replacement) for any flavor of DOS.
A DOS GUI similar to GEM, OS/2, and Windows. Designed for DOS programmers and users alike. If you do much programming for DOS, this GUI makes it easier for you.
Last update:January 5, 2016 at 13:15:02 UTC