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Command line interface

A Command Line Interface (CLI) is a type of software that allows users to interact with a computer or software application through a text-based interface, using commands entered via a keyboard. Instead of using a graphical user interface (GUI) with buttons and menus, users interact with the system by typing commands into a terminal or command prompt.

Most popular command line applications

applicationWindows XP/98/95, Linux

Command line applications

  • arj-1

    ARJ is a file compression utility and file format created by Robert K. Jung. The name "ARJ" stands for "Archived by Robert Jung." It was popular in the late 1980s and early 1990s as a compression tool for MS-DOS and other systems. ARJ offered high compression ratios and various features, such as archive encryption and error recovery.

  • at-slow-1
  • dosbox-1
    Windows XP/98/95Linux2002freeware4.2/5
  • lha-1
  • moslodeluxe-1
    DOS1990protected4.2/5 Dr.David's Super Crispy Software

    The previous file hosted here was put online by mistake (it was the deluxe version, not the basic one). Copyright holders kindly allowed Abandonware DOS to link directly to their website where you can buy the deluxe version of Mo'Slo.

  • pkunzip-1
    DOS1989protected4/5 PKware
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