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PC GEOS (graphical user interface, Breadbox Ensemble 4.13) open sourced at GitHub

“The basement of this repository is the source code used to build Breadbox Ensemble 4.13 reduced by some modules identified as critical in regard to the license choosen for the repository.”

HX DOS extender, JEMM386, and JWasm are available again on GitHub.

Japheth’s DOS programs are now available again under Following programs are included:

  • HX
  • Jemm386
  • JWasm

“HX DOS extender” was renamed to HX.

FreeDOS 1.2 has been released!

Good news everybody!

FreeDOS 1.2. has been released. Download and change log are at Stay updated on Twitter - Freedos goes like hot cakes ( A video tutorial for installing FreeDOS in Virtual Box with network support is at

DJGPP 2.05 released!

Thanks to Andris Pavenis, DJGPP 2.05 has been released 2015-Nov-03!

Release notes:!topic/comp.os.msdos.djgpp/O4kITfKkGYk (may not work on all browsers)…Changes-in-2_002e05 (not much)…Changes-in-2_002e04 (much) Slightly outdated history page

You don’t know DJGPP? You are able to cross-compile Linux programs in 32-bit protected mode DOS! Assuming a loaded driver for long file names under FAT32 formatted drives, programs compiled by DJGPP support them. See Main.DJGPP

Use ZIP picker at

Do you want to contribute to Dr-DOS Wiki?

Club Dr-DOS (Wiki) needs contributers and coauthors. If you want to post news or be able to edit pages please contact flox

You will find the news items in the sidebar (left). This Wiki supports RSS news feeds (RSS feed icon should appear in the browser bar).

Necromancer’s DOS Navigator v2.31.5461 released

Necromancer’s DOS Navigator is still alive. See following announcement and latest changelog at:

There is even a 64-bit version for DOS!

RxDOS (kernel) 7.24 released

I am happy to see another DOS kernel still alive. Find more info and a changelog at:

Updated list of DOS programs

The web page “Interesting DOS programs” is still alive and moved to


MPXPLAY 1.61 beta 5 released 2016-Jul-25.

What’s new:

  • DOS: added new devices to Intel HDA soundcards, extended chip infos
  • fixed problem with playing sound from some old MPEG files with video
  • bugfixes

Discussion and download:

Note: for OPUS support you have to download the DOS4G version of MPXPLAY named “MPXP160G.ZIP” and DOS4G and the OPUS DLL package named “” .

Please test (HDA sound chips, FTP and HTTP, OGG Vorbis, OPUS, …).

Previous news (note that older news including MPXPLAY 1.58 and 1.59 are no longer available due to accidental deletion):

NCONVERT 6.88 2016-May-01

NCONVERT 6.88 was released 2016-May-01 (says Apr-29), for many systems including Win32 and DOS. NCONVERT can convert graphic file formats and perform various effects on images. WebP support is still available only in the Win32 version via a hacky plugin.

See GraphMediaTech.

SudoBIOS - a completely transparent 32 bit protected mode BIOS extender

A nice “little” project at


The TCP stack PicoTCP has been ported to DOS:


A new version - 2.11 - of the Links browser is available.

More Information: Main.Browsers#toc6


MPXPLAY 1.60 final released 2015-Feb-08. - Main.Mediaplayers#toc2

What’s new:

  • ???

Forum discussion:

Note: for OPUS support you have to download the DOS4G version of MPXPLAY named “MPXP160G.ZIP” and DOS4G and the OPUS DLL package named “” .

Kickstarter for FreeDOS 2.0 (32-bit)

Do you want to spend some money to develope a 32-Bit version of FreeDOS? The FreeDOS project tries to raise at least $2,500 by Thursday, January 29 2015 to be able to hire a developer.

Go to the Kickstarter’s homepage for more info:

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