Operating Systems

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DOS SYSTEMS

DOS 2.20 Old version of DOS. Very primitive. dos220.zip

One Zipped Disk

DOS 3.00 Improved version of DOS. dos30.zip

One Zipped Disk

DOS 3.21 Improved version of DOS. dos321.zip

One Zipped Disk

DOS 3.30 Improved version of DOS. dos33.zip

One Zipped Disk

DOS 2.20 Old Version of DOS. Very primitive. dos220.zip

One Zipped Disk

DOS 6.20 Recent version of DOS Disk 1 Disk 2 Disk 3

Three Separate Zipped Disks

DOS 6.22 Most recent version of DOS. dos622.zip

One zipped file. Will unzip into set of install disks.

DOS 6.22 Most recent version of DOS. dos622e.exe

One zipped file. WinRAR self extracting zip file.

DR DOS 6 Digital Research version of DOS. drdos6.zip

One zipped file.

DR DOS 7.03 Digital Research version of DOS. drdos703.exe

One zipped file. Self extracting file.

Free DOS Alternative version of DOS. freedos1.zip

One zipped file.

IBM DOS 3 Old version of DOS released by IBM. ibmdos3.zip

One zipped file.

MS DOS 1.10 Old version of DOS released by Microsoft. msdos110.zip

One zipped disk.

MS DOS 2.10 Old version of DOS released by Microsoft. msdos210.zip

One zipped disk.

MS DOS 4.0 Old version of DOS released by Microsoft. msdos400.zip

One zipped file.

MS DOS 4.01 Old version of DOS released by Microsoft. msdos401.rar

One zipped file.

MS DOS 5.0 Improved version of DOS released by Microsoft. msdos5.rar

One zipped file.

MS DOS 6.0 Improved version of DOS released by Microsoft. msdos6.rar

One zipped file.

MS DOS 6.2 Recent version of DOS released by Microsoft. msdos62.rar

One zipped file.

MS DOS 7 Beta version of DOS released by Microsoft. Used as a foundation for WIndows 95. msdos700-beta.zip

One zipped file.


Linux Systems

Linux 0.99 This is the first version of Linux that was released. All it really contains is the kernal source code which is up to the user to compile and install manually. linux099.tar.gz

One zipped file.

Linux in a Pillbox Check out Linux in a Pillbox. Good medicine for whatever ails your Linux box.
Each floppy has a name of a drug or kind of drug. There are two kinds of them. Kernel pills and root pills. Kernel floppy contains two compiled kernels prepared for some purpose. You boot it, and instert a root pill with a complete ramdisk
linuxinapillbox014.zip

One zipped file.


OS/2 Systems

OS/2 1.1 IBM release of an operating system designed to compete with Microsoft Windows. os2-11.rar

One zipped file.

OS/2 1.2 IBM release of an operating system designed to compete with Microsoft Windows. os2-12.rar

One zipped file.

OS/2 1.30.1 Server IBM release of an server operating system designed to compete with Microsoft Windows for Workgroups - networking capabilties. os2server1301.zip

One zipped file.


Windows Systems

Windows 1.0 First version of Windows. win10.zip

One zipped file. Requires DOS.

Windows 1.01 Improved first version of Windows. windows101.zip

One zipped file. Requires DOS.

Windows 2.03 First version of Windows. win203.zip

One zipped file. Requires DOS.

Windows 3.0 Popular version of Windows. windows30.zip

One zipped file. Requires DOS.

Windows 3.1 Popular version of Windows. win31.zip

One zipped file. Requires DOS.

Windows for Workgroups 3.1 Windows with some networking capabilities. wfw31.rar

One zipped file. Requires DOS.

Windows for Workgroups 3.11 Windows with some networking capabilities. wfw311.zip

One zipped file. Requires DOS.

Windows NT 3.10 First Version of Network Server Operating System. winnt310.zip

One zipped file. Requires DOS.

Windows 95 First Version of Windows to utilize 32 bit storage. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

Thirteen zipped disks. Requires Windows 3.1.


CP/M Systems

CP/M 86 CP/M, an acronym for Control Program/Monitor (or Control Program/Microcomputer), was an early operating system for Intel 8080 and Zilog Z80 based computers. It was created by Digital Research Inc. established by Gary Kildall. The combination of CP/M and these S-100 bus computers was the first "industry standard", and was widely used through the late 1970s and into the mid-80s. cpm86.zip

One zipped file.


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