Re: How workable is Vista?

Joerg wrote:

So far I have never had a DOS app that would refuse to run on the XP
machine. Some won't do a DOS windows and the whole PC switches to
low-res DOS fulls screen. You can hear the relay clicks in the monitor.

If you ever do run into a a DOS app that won't run on XP, or
you want to run the app in a window instead of full screen,
or you want to run your DOS apps on OS X, Linux, BSD, PalmOS,
PlayStation Portable, OS/2, BeOS or Risc OS, just run DOSBox:

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Guy Macon


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