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While 10-year-old computers can happily accommodate most DOS applications, including real estate management, Windows requires the latest 386 or 486 hardware, the faster the better.
In Enhanced mode you can run the DOS application in a window, but only in text mode.
DR Multiuser DOS enables a single 386SX, 386 or 486-based computer to host multiple DOS applications and multiple multitasking users on terminals and PCs linked through a standard serial port connection.
Windows can support DOS applications to a greater or lesser extent, depending on the CPU in the computer.
New features include an improved installation program; the ability to minimize the program to the system tray instead of to the taskbar; sending keystrokes to DOS applications and Citrix Windows, as well as MS Windows applications; a re-written user's manual and help files with new examples for using WinWedge Pro with the latest Windows application programs, such as the newest versions of Excel; and the ability to work with all versions of Windows, including Vista.
If you are a computer novice and you yawned, I advise you to pay attention now because partitioning gives you the option, among other things, of installing an additional operating system such as Linux or even DOS (yes, there still are some useful DOS applications around you may want to use).
The Allegro, which runs Windows CE and DOS applications, is sealed to withstand temperature and moisture extremes of outdoor working environments.
Historically, the property management user base was quite proficient at the DOS applications," Cummings said.
X, 95, 98 Windows NT, UNIX and DOS Applications simultaneously
The company has previewed the SunPCi(TM) card, which will enable users to run Microsoft Windows and DOS applications natively on their Sun(TM) Ultra(TM) workstations.
It can serve as the guide to all of the library's digital resources, including CD-ROMs, card catalogs, and other Windows or DOS applications.
Back then, Windows was not a user interface as much as it was a cool way to launch DOS applications.