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525 DOS Games From The 1980s
525 DOS Games From The 1980s One giant zip file containing all of the games in this list. Run on an old computer or in a DOS virtual machine. See Virtualization Software in our download section. 007 - Licence To Kill (1989) (Quixel) 10th Frame Bowling (1988) (Access) [v2] 20000 Leagues Under the Sea (1988) (Coktel Vision) 2400 A.D. (1988) (Origin Systems) 3-Demon (1983) (PC Research Inc) 4th and Inches (1987) (Accolade) 4x4 Off-Road Racing (1988) (Epyx) 8088 Othello (1985) (M.W. Bayley) A Mind Forever Voyaging (1985) (Infocom) A Nightmare on Elm Street (1989) (Westwood Studios) A-Maze (1989) (Wizard Games) A10 Tank Killer (1989) (Dynamix) Aaargh! (1988) (Arcadia) Ace (1987) (Cascade) Ace 2 (1987) (Cascade) Ace of Aces (1987) (Artech) Action Fighter (1989) (Core Design) Action in the North Atlantic (1989) (General Quarters) Adventure Construction Set (1987) (Electronic Arts) Adventures in Math (1983) (IBM) [v1.00] Adventures in Serenia (1986) (Sierra) African Raiders-01 (1986) (Tomahawk) Afterburner (1989) (Unlimited Software) Air Trax (1983) (Presearch Incorporated) Airball (1987) (MicroDeal) Airborne Ranger (1988) (MPS Labs) Aldo Again (1989) (David & Benjamin Ibach) Aldo's Adventure (1987) (David & Benjamin Ibach) Alf (1988) (Alien Productions) Alice in Wonderland (1989) (Robin Johnson) Alien Syndrome (1987) (Sega) Alley Cat (1984) (Synapse) Alter Ego - Female (1983) (Activision) Alter Ego - Male (1983) (Activision) Amazing Maze (1983) (Donovan W. Foster) [v1.2] Amnesia (1986) (Cognetics Corporation) Ancient Land of Ys (1989) (Kyodai) Andromeda Conquest (1982) (Avalon Hill) Annals of Rome (1986) (PSS) Antarctic Adventure (1984) (Friends Software) Anti-Ballistic-Missile (1982) (Davis Disk) AntiXonix (1985) (D. Pavlovsky) Apache Strike (1989) (Activision) Arcade Volleyball (1988) (Vladimir Zakharov) Archipelagos (1989) (Logotron) Archon (1984) (Mission Accomplished) Arctic Fox (1986) (Dynamix) Arkanoid (1988) (Taito) Arkanoid 2 - Revenge of Doh (1989) (Taito) Arnhem (1985) (Cases Computer Simulations) Aspar GP Master (1989) (Dinamic) Astro Blaster (1988) (Rolf Franzon) Astrotit (1987) (Rudeware) Autoduel (1988) (MicroMagic) Avoid the Noid (1989) (BlueSky Software) [cga] Avoid the Noid (1989) (BlueSky Software) [ega] Axe of Rage (1989) (Palace Software) Backgammon (1987) (ShareData) Bad Cat (1988) (Rainbow Arts) Bad Street Brawler (1987) (Beam Software) Ballyhoo (1986) (Infocom) Barbarian (1989) (Mastertronic) Barbarian 2 (1989) (Palace Software) Batalia (1986) (The Right Brothers) Batman - The Caped Crusader (1988) (Ocean) Battle ...
5/5 2,103 Nov 13, 2017
Various <img src=""border="0">
BestPractice 1.03
BestPractice 1.03 BestPractice is a musician's practice tool, to slow down or speed up music, either from an MP3 file or directly from a CD. Ordinarily the sound is distorted when slowed down our sped up - you get the effect like when playing a 33 rpm record on 45 rpm speed (remember the Chipmunks?). BestPractice tries to correct this, so you can slow down and speed up music, while keeping the original pitch. It is also possible to change the pitch of the music without affecting its tempo. Play along with for instance Eb tuned guitars without retuning your own, or slow down that high-speed guitar solo on a CD that you like to learn. Why? Small screenshot This splits up in two parts: "why is BestPractice made?" and "why would I use it?" To start with the first: I saw that there were programs available on the internet that do this, and you have to pay for them ($20 to $50). Since I thought: 'I can do that', I had to prove it, right? And for part two - well, there are probably more reasons, but those I can think of are: Your favorite musician plays a solo that you want to study, but you can't figure it out on normal speed You'd like to transcribe music, but need to slow it down to hear it right You can tune the song to your instrument instead of the other way around You'd like to sing along, but you need to change the key to match your voice You're learning a foreign language and you'd like to slow down the spoken examples You're like me and like to fool around with audio and/or digital signal ...
5/5 504 Jul 20, 2016
Robert Moerland <img src=""border="0">
Cherrytree 0.38.4
Cherrytree 0.38.4 A hierarchical note taking application, featuring rich text and syntax highlighting, storing data in a single xml or sqlite file. Written by Giuseppe Penone (aka giuspen). A complete user manual, created by Robert Boudreau: ONLINE MANUAL The following languages are supported: Armenian (Seda Stamboltsyan, up to date) Chinese Simplified (Channing Wong, TO BE UPDATED) Czech (Pavel Fric, up to date) Dutch (Patrick Vijgeboom, up to date) English (default) French (Klaus Becker, up to date) German (Frank Brungräber, up to date) Italian (Vincenzo Reale, up to date) Japanese (Piyo, up to date) Lithuanian (Zygis, up to date) Polish (Marcin Swierczynski, up to date) Portuguese Brazil (Vinicius Schmidt, up to date) Russian (Andriy Kovtun, up to date) Slovenian (Erik Lovrič, up to date) Spanish (Daniel MC, up to date) Turkish (Ferhat Aydin, TO BE UPDATED) Ukrainian (Andriy Kovtun, up to date) features : rich text (foreground color, background color, bold, italic, underline, strikethrough, small, h1, h2, h3, subscript, superscript, monospace) syntax highlighting supporting several programming languages images handling: insertion in the text, edit (resize/rotate), save as png file embedded files handling: insertion in the text, save to disk multi-level lists handling (bulleted, numbered, to-do and switch between them, multiline with shift+enter) simple tables handling (cells with plain text), cut/copy/paste row, import/export as csv file codeboxes handling: boxes of plain text (optionally with syntax highlighting) into rich text, import/export as text file ...
5/5 822 Dec 04, 2017
Giuseppe Penone <img src=""border="0">
fre:ac - Free Audio Converter 1.0.32
fre:ac - Free Audio Converter 1.0.32 fre:ac is a free audio converter and CD ripper with support for various popular formats and encoders. It currently converts between MP3, MP4/M4A, WMA, Ogg Vorbis, FLAC, AAC, WAV and Bonk formats. With fre:ac you easily rip your audio CDs to MP3 or WMA files for use with your hardware player or convert files that do not play with other audio software. You can even convert whole music libraries retaining the folder and filename structure. The integrated CD ripper supports the CDDB/freedb online CD database. It will automatically query song information and write it to ID3v2 or other title information tags. Features Converter for MP3, MP4/M4A, WMA, Ogg Vorbis, FLAC, AAC, WAV and Bonk formats Integrated CD ripper with CDDB/freedb title database support Portable application, install on a USB stick and take it with you Multi-core optimized encoders to speed up conversions on modern PCs Full Unicode support for tags and file names Easy to learn and use, still offers expert options when you need them Multilingual user interface available in 40 languages Completely free and open source without a catch Changelog: fre:ac version 1.0.32 has been released on 13th March 2018. This release includes some changes to improve usability and fixes several minor issues: changed default output pattern to <artist> - <album> - <track> - <title> improved behaviour of bitrate selection controls show joblist duration in hours if longer than 1 hour fixed issues with encoding to single file when suggested file name becomes too long fixed handling of empty track metadata field fixed handling of invalid ...
5/5 225 Mar 14, 2018
Robert Kausch <img src=""border="0">
KORO File Shredder
KORO File Shredder KORO File Shredder is a program to erase sensitive data in a way that a recovery will be impossible. Data will be overwritten several times e.g. using the US DoD 5220.22-M ( ECE ) erasure method. Using File Shredder you can delete files and documents from your hard drive and must not worry about that they could be recovered anytime later. Software tools offered for retrieval of deleted files under Windows, usually called "file recovery" software, are taking advantage of the shortcoming of the Windows "delete" command we are normally using to delete files. In fact, the "delete" operation in Windows only removes some bits of information from file directories so that the files disappear from thefile manager view. To undelete such a file, it is just necessary to repair the entry in the file directory. To remove files permanently from your system, like a shredder does with your paper documents, you have to use a program that is capable of overwriting the files with a series of random generated binary data for multiple times. Thus, the current contents of the files will be overwritten in a way that a recovery is practically unpossible. Wiping out method Before deletion all files are overwritten using one of the following algorithms Zero (1 Pass): Overwrite the files with zeros. DoD (7 Passes): Overwrite files in accordance with the US Department of Defense regulation DoD 5220.22-M(ECE). Gutmann (35 Passes): Overwrite files using the method developed by Peter Gutmann.. This method is considered to be the most secure, but slow. KORO File Shredder will operate on the following versions of Microsoft Windows: Windows 8.1, 8, 7, Vista, XP, 2000 32-bit és 64-bit Operating system. Special features Easy to use interface Multiple preset shredding methods Support for internal and external drives Support for removable media (SD Flash, Compact Flash, USB drives) Fool proof warnings before deleting any files Custom shredding settings to fit your needs Protects system files ...
5/5 836 Jan 14, 2016
Robert Kovacs <img src=""border="0">
Sonos 4 6.8.0
Sonos 4 6.8.0 Sonos 4 is a software real time multiband FM processor for broadcasters. With a suitable sound card it is possible to turn a Windows PC into a broadcast limiter. The processor achieves its loudness through the use of a unique distortion masked final clipper (a distortion cancelled clipper). The sound quality and loudness is close to industry standard Optimods and Omnias. Sonos 4 introduction Sonos 4 is a software real time multiband compressor limiter for radio broadcasters. With this software and a suitable sound card it is possible to turn a Windows PC into an radio broadcast processor. The processor achieves its loudness through the use of a unique distortion masked final clipper. Computer requirements Windows XP, Windows Vista or Windows 7.(Windows XP needs to be fully updated via Windows Update). The CPU needs to be SSE/SSE2 capable. Most recent CPUs meet this requirement. To check for this capability download this program and run it. There are so many different CPUs the only way to check if yours is powerful enough is to download Sonos 4 and try it. As a guideline a dual core 2GHz CPU is recommended. The amount of memory is not critical.1-2GB is sufficient. A 192kHz sample rate sound card is needed to use the built in stereo multiplex and RDS encoders. Use of a 'pro' sound card with balanced inputs and outputs is recommended to minimize noise pick up. Some possible choices for a 192kHz sound card are the M-Audio Audiophile 192, ESI Juli@, EMU 0404 (PCI version). If you need to interface Sonos 4 to other audio applications this can be achieved with Virtual Audio Cables. General features Sonos 4 interfaces to sound cards using either ASIO or the Windows native multimedia sound interface.If the ASIO interface is used then low latency mode can be used.Use of ASIO is ...
5/5 764 May 04, 2016 <img src=""border="0">
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