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Before the internet was a practical reality there were entrepreneurs who set up multiple computers and dialup telephone lines for people to dial into what was termed BBS (Bulletin Board System), I was one of those pioneers and these files are from my Shareware CD collection, enjoy if you like to tinker with old software & have a working Windows XP (or below) system

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Here you will find truly ancient applications and programs that will NOT work with Windows7 or above, they should function adequately with Windows XP and below however and give excellent examples of how we did things back in the day... in the years just before the internet was a practical reality, BBS's were the rage (Google it)

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