FreeDos 1.0 released



After 12 years of effort FreeDos has reached the milestone 1.0 released. It can be found here. I’ve really found freedos to be quite usable for quite some time as a drop in replacement of MS Dos environments. I’m struggling to remember any dos-based prorams that it wouldn’t run well. *(Possibly some games?)

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