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    FreeDOS is an open source DOS-compatible operating system that you can use to play classic DOS games, run legacy business software, or develop embedded systems. Any program that works on MS-DOS should also run on FreeDOS.
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    You can play your favorite DOS games on FreeDOS. And there are a lot of great classic games to play: Wolfenstein 3D, Doom, Commander Keen, Rise of the Triad, Jill of the Jungle, Duke Nukem, and many others!
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    Need to recover data from an old business program? Or maybe you need to run a report from your old finance system? Just install your legacy software under FreeDOS, and you’ll be good to go!
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    Many embedded systems run on DOS, although modern systems may instead run on Linux. If you support an older embedded system, you might be running DOS. And FreeDOS can fit in very well.
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    FreeDOS is open source software! It doesn’t cost anything to download and use FreeDOS. You can also share FreeDOS for others to enjoy! And you can view and edit our source code, because all FreeDOS programs are distributed under the GNU General Public License or a similar open source software license.

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    Download FreeDOS 1.2 »

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    Wolfware Assembler (WASM) by Eric Tauck is an assembler for the 8086 and related microprocessors. It takes a standard ASCII text file of instruction mnemonics for input and produces an executable COM file and an optional list file for output. The previous version of WASM was released under a license that was essentially "copyrighted freeware, with source code." Eric has now re-released WASM under the MIT license, which makes this officially open source! Thanks to Eric! (And thanks to Robert Riebisch for reaching out to Eric.) Eric has posted his software under the new MIT license on his website at Shoeless Computers.

    Eric's software includes more than just WASM. You can also find TODDY v6.15 (A DOS command line editor), CLONE v2.10 (A floppy disk duplicator), WARP v2.31 (A fast ANSI.SYS replacement) and several other tools for DOS or Windows. The new license is mentioned in the README.TXT and LICENSE.TXT files. We've also mirrored the MIT-licensed WASM at ibiblio.

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    If you're an Assembly programmer, you may be interested in the latest release of NASM, the Netwide Assembler. The latest stable version 2.15.02 includes a bunch of new fixes including: Fix miscompilation when building with clang. Add "db-empty" warning class, see section 2.1.26. Fix the dependencies in the MSVC NMAKE makefile (Mkfiles/msvc.mak). Some documentation improvements and cleanups. Fix the handling of macro parameter ranges (%{:}), including with brace-enclosed original arguments. You can find the new release on the NASM website. We've also mirrored the DOS version and source code at ibiblio. NASM is open source under the Simplified (2-clause) BSD license.

    Update: On 17 July 2023, the NASM development team released version 2.15.03. This adds several new features, including: Add instructions from the Intel Instruction Set Extensions and Future Features Programming Reference, June 2023; Support for bfloat16 floating-point constants; Fix explicit token pasting; Fix macro label capture; Much better documentation for the MASM compatiblity package; and others. Also mirrored at ibiblio.

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    MGRX is a 2D graphics library derived from GRX. It supports four platforms: DOS using DJGPP (with EGA, VGA, VESA and memory drivers), Win32, Linux framebuffer and Linux X11. It includes GrGUI, a mini Graphics User Interface specifically designed for MGRX. There's a long list of changes since the last version, which you can read in the Changes file. For installation instructions, follow the Readme. You can get the sources from 浏览外网的免费加速器 or from our mirror instagram如何国内使用.

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    Did you know we have a FreeDOS channel on YouTube? Jim has been sharing videos there for over a year, including "Let's Play" videos to experience classic DOS games, videos that show off FreeDOS features and utilities, and videos to highlight favorite DOS applications. More recently, Jim has posted a series of videos about C programming, including a recent video about interesting bugs if you don't follow good programming habits. You might like these other videos too: Let's play - Oregon Trail, DOS applications - Quattro Pro, Let's play - ins加速器苹果, Using FreeDOS - Edlin, Let's play FreeDOS - Dr Mind, Using FreeDOS - Listening to music, and DOS applications - Microsoft Word for DOS. Please subscribe to follow more FreeDOS videos!

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    Jack has again updated UHDD. From Jack's announcement: "To include DMA/Caching Overlap, which along with Read-Ahead gives UHDD up to 20% faster speed than UIDE on his V6.22 MS-DOS and similar good speed increases for FreeDOS. UHDD now matches the closed source XHDD in speed." Thanks Jack! We've mirrored this newer version at ibiblio as drivers-2023-07-14.zip
    -There was an error when mirroring this to ibiblio. Please download the drivers-2023-07-14a.zip file instead. This is the fixed version.

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    DOjS is a JavaScript programming environment for systems running MS-DOS, FreeDOS or any DOS based Windows (like 95, 98, ME). It features an integrated editor, graphics and sound output, mouse/keyboard/joystick input and more. You can type in a JS script with the builtin or your favorite text editor and then run it on a DOS command prompt. New in the 1.1.0 release: * Improved MIDI support * Added COM port access * Added LPT port access. You can find it at the DOjS Github or mirrored at ibiblio.

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    XMGR, UIDE, UHDD/UDVD2 and RDISK are open source DOS device drivers for a PC system with an 80386+ CPU and using FreeDOS. XMGR is an "XMS manager" for up to 4-GB. UIDE is a disk caching driver. UHDD is an improved disk-only caching driver. UDVD2 is a CD/DVD driver for up to 4 SATA, IDE, or old PIO-mode drives. RDISK is a RAM-disk driver. Jack Ellis has updated the drivers. From the readme: "UIDE now updated with all UHDD updates and 'bug fixes' from 15-Feb-2023 onward. It now offers 10-MB and all 20-MB+ cache sizes for old small-memory systems. UHDD fixed to run 9 controllers and "LBA48" disks (> 128-GB) correctly. It now does Read-Ahead with all 10-MB+ caches. See the driver .ASM source files for full notes on these changes." We've mirrored this release at ibiblio as drivers-2023-07-07.zip

    Looking for more FreeDOS news? See also: FreeDOS in the news | timeline of FreeDOS history

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