PocketDOS for the PocketPC

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Does anyone here have it, and what are your impressions of it?

Is it stable, easy to use, and would you recommend it? I'm sure there are
thousands of DOS apps for free know on the net. I wouldn't mind setting up
Word Perfect 5.1 again. I setup many DOS PC's using this Word Processor in
High School in the computer lab where I worked. It was limited, but I kinda
miss it...

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On Thu, 22 Apr 2004 18:44:54 +0200, Leo wrote
(in message <20040422124454.22635.00000275@mb-m03.aol.com>):

> Does anyone here have it, and what are your impressions of it?

I've used PocketDOS extensively, and it worked without any flaws
for me. The nice thing is that you get to use DOS programs, but
the bad thing is that keyboard input is a bit awkward, using a
Software Input Panel that takes some getting used to.

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<< I've used PocketDOS extensively, and it worked without any flaws
for me. The nice thing is that you get to use DOS programs, but
the bad thing is that keyboard input is a bit awkward, using a
Software Input Panel that takes some getting used to. >>


I see. Perhaps for this, it may be better to own a HPC. But thanks for your
input.

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