It's a DOS Life




Hello and welcome to DOSLIFE where DOS is not dead and will continue to find new life. With newer operating systems and technology comes more problems and in some cases licensing restrictions.

We long for the days when computing was more simple and there were no 'Blue Screens of Death' or 'EULAS' telling us how, when, and where we can use our computers.

Check out the LINKS page for some additional DOS and older Windows resources. I also have some pictures of older computer systems on the PICTURES page.

If you have any questions, comments, or donations please post a message on the forum or email me at:


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