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How to keep running DOS 16 bit applications when Windows 11 drops NTVDM

Why even bother upgrading to Windows 11 (or 10). Why not buy a new PC (with Windows Licence), and downgrade to Windows XP or 7 or even just stick with 10. You obviously don't need the latest version ...
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How to keep running DOS 16 bit applications when Windows 11 drops NTVDM

I know you already have accepted an answer, but maybe consider 86Box instead, running a full copy of MS-DOS (or FreeDOS) and your application. It supports networking and can print to a PostScript file,...
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How to keep running DOS 16 bit applications when Windows 11 drops NTVDM

In absolute terms yes, migrating to a current accounting system would be better. However, that will not be easy. Migrating away from a Windows NTVDM-based solution won’t be easy either, but there are ...
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How to make an audio CDROM for a(n emulated) Playstation?

Create an audio cdrom image.bin/image.cue pair using brasero; replace the MOTOROLA value with BINARY in the FILE cue command in image.cue. The reason you need to do this is because duckstation-qt (...

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