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Abandonware applications

Abandonware DOS is not only about games. Some of the most fondly remembered software for old PCs is an application. These applications, both for DOS and early versions of Windows, played pivotal roles in shaping the personal computing landscape. They introduced users to various productivity tools, multimedia experiences, and the potential of GUI-based interfaces.

Recently added and trending applications

Turbo Pascal 7
applicationDOS, Windows 3.x, Mac
Bank Streek Writer Plus
After Dark
applicationDOS, Windows XP/98/95, Mac


  • thepatcher-1
    DOS19934.2/5 utility
  • the-draw-02
    DOS19863.3/5 graphics editor
  • turbo-pascal-7-01
    DOSWindows 3.xMac19923.5/5 programming

    Turbo Pascal 7 (TP7) is a programming language and integrated development environment (IDE) that was popular in the late 1980s and early 1990s. It was developed by Borland as an evolution of their earlier Turbo Pascal versions. Turbo Pascal 7 was released around 1992.Turbo Pascal 7 gained popularity in educational settings and among hobbyist progra...

  • prolog_001
    DOS1986protected4.1/5 programming
  • 3d-construction-kit-2
    DOS19913.9/5 gaming
  • 3d-construction-kit-2-08
    DOS19924.4/5 gaming
  • ibm-visicalc-1-01
    DOS1979freeware4.3/5 spreadsheet

    VisiCalc was the first spreadsheet software for personal computers, and it played a pivotal role in the early history of personal computing. It was developed by Dan Bricklin and Bob Frankston and first released in 1979 for the Apple II computer. VisiCalc is often considered the first electronic spreadsheet, and its success had a significant impact ...

  • volkswriter3-02
    DOS19823.7/5 word processor
  • winfrotz-1
    Windows XP/98/952002freeware4.1/5 gaming
  • word-perfect-5-02
    DOS19894/5 word processor
  • wordstar4-01
    DOS19864.2/5 word processor

    WordStar 4 was a popular word processing software program during the early days of personal computing. WordStar 4 included features typical of word processors in that era, allowing users to create, edit, and format documents. It used a command-driven interface, where users would enter specific commands to perform various tasks. The software wa...