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In case you missed it... (Miscellaneous)

posted by bocke(R), 27.03.2014, 10:28

> Microsoft
> MS-DOS 2.0 source code

It's funny seeing people getting excited about this. Even it had an open license (which it hasn't), it's an ancient version from the times PCs were much simpler machines and MS-DOS was still pretty much CP/M like. It would be pretty much useless for any modern DOS clone. Good place to research the history of MS-DOS "possibilities" is Ralph Brown's Interrupt List. You can see how many functions have been added since DOS 2.x.

TL;DR: This is only interesting to computer history buffs.


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