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Borland Reflex v2

Borland Reflex v2 is an abandoned text-based application developed by Borland Software Corporation and was released by Borland Software Corporation in 1986. Borland Reflex v2 runs on DOS. Download the application here.

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Input: keyboard, mouse

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  • ALEX CAMPBELL - 03/07/2021 02:58
    Wonderful program. Really well designed, very flexible and productive.
    I have a copy of Reflex 2.0 on a Windows XP. I am working on get it set up with DOSBOX.
    Any help would be appreciated.
  • Alex Campbell - 17/06/2021 22:50
    I have supporting dozens of PC software programs for close to 40 years. For me, Reflex was far and away the best for analysis I have seen. Does anyone know when it was released as freeware and by who? I am wondering if they would release it to open source so it could be updated.
  • reynaldos - 22/02/2021 04:10
    We've use this before in 1987 when I work in a semiconductor company to keep track of our engineering evals and QC reliabilty tests results. No problems encountered and never had a single crash. LOVE IT ! :)
  • RS - 12/10/2020 20:38
    I've used it since 1990 for keeping track of my inventory. Works really well. some graphics cards do not support the normal graphics mode, but you can work around that by choosing another graphics mode - creating an RF.Bat file to launch the program simplifies its use. I have it running on Windows XP (standalone machine, no internet) and I find that it will run under DosBox and VDosPlus using Windows 7. What I like about it is the easy to use intuitive design of the user interface.
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