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

There is another software solution not mentioned in the existing answers: winevdm. It's supposed to be a drop-in replacement for the old NTVDM that works on x64 Windows. It hooks itself in the native ...
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Is there a simple way to display ANSI art and animation files in a modern terminal window?

Ditto for the color palette utilized on old EGA and VGA displays. I think both 16-color and 256-color palettes were common. I am not aware of any 256-color ANSI art editors from back in the 90s, nor ...
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