JaC64 - The Java C64 Emulator: Commodore 64 emulator written
(coded) in Java.
Jeff Vavasour's TRS-80 Emulation Page: TRS-80 emulator written
(coded) in Java.
environment for Unix or Unix-like systems.
KDE on Cygwin: running KDE on a Windows
just because it can be done (installation of Cygwin needed), with a
Knoppix: Linux live disk with KDE.
Lightspeed's Reference Page: links, links,
Linux: Unix-like OS
written (coded) by Linus
Torvalds, based on Minix.
Scratch: instructions for building your own Linux
LinuxISO: Linux .ISO images.
beginners' guide for Linux.
miniature Linux-based GNU Linux
Lynx: text-based web browser.
Mathematics Archives MS-DOS Software: math
tutorials for DOS.
Malektips: the site that my C++ professor told me about to get nice computer
of MS-DOS and Windows.
MiniArcade: on-line portable game museum.
MiniMusic: software to make music with your Palm
Minix: the OS that Linux
MirOS: fork of OpenBSD.
e-bookstore (all PDAs and e-reader formats);
programs to read and publish e-books on your PC, PDA or e-reader.
Munchi: DOS emulator for Palm
(Japanese site; download
N1 Computer Resource
Page: nice site on Windows.
Technology Page: site with information on
NeoOffice: Mac version of OpenOffice.
NetBSD: low-resource version of BSD.
Nintendo: not really a computer systems,
but cool games (NES and especially SNES).
operating system for Windows and
old computers since 1971.
Old Version: old versions of
One Laptop Per Child
(OLPC): project to bring
laptops to school children worldwide.
OpenBSD: version of BSD.
OpenOffice: free of charge office suite compatible with MS Office.
open source project of Solaris.
OpenSUSE: open source
project of SUSE Linux.
Open Watcom: open source C
and C++ ANSI as well as Fortran
Opera: free of charge web browser and
OS/2 eZine: downloadable library
and source code.
OS/2 Headquarters: very
informative site on OS/2.
OS/2 Warp: the
official site and OS/2 fixes.
OS/2 World: news, information.
Developers Network: best resource for open source programming.
OS Developers: OS programming and projects.
Palm Gear: where you can download
the best shareware programs and games.
Palm Tree: more nice Palm
VNC version 1.4 (Harakan
Software): Palm version of Virtual Network Computing (VNC), developed by ORL.
PC-BSD: personal computer BSD distribution, based on FreeBSD with the KDE desktop
PicoBSD: version of
Planet MVS: resources for MVS.
PortableApps.com: portable Windows installations of open source applications without administrator rights.
Project Odin: software to run Win32 applications on OS/2.
Qt Project: framework
and mobile device
ReactOS: a Windows clone.
Really Linux: beginners'
distribution with low specifications.
Slack/390 Linux: Linux
distribution for IBM 390.
OS for i686
Shelf: very nice Australian site with lots of information and
version of Unix; acquired by Oracle.
Star Trek: my favorite science fiction show and movie
Star Wars: my favorite science fiction
movie and toy collection, so much Force.
favorite movie as a Java applet only with ASCII.
SUSE Linux: Linux
distribution currently owned by Micro
Symbian: OS for portable devices,
commonly used in mobile
TealPoint: Palm programs to watch movies, write
documents and more.
Team OS/2 Online: lots of
Ubuntu: currently one of the most
distribution, which I used for several years.
Unix: one of the best and most reliable
systems ever created.
Unix Review: everything you
always wanted to learn from Unix (or any Unix-like OS) and
Unix Tutorial: 11 lessons to
learn Unix (or any Unix-like OS).
Viewable With Any Browser: support your
right to use any web browsing
that you want (Firefox, Chrome Opera, etc.), not only IE.
VIM: visual interface the vi text editor.
Assembler: information on
16-bit and 32-bit assemblers.
Virtual OS/2 International Consumer
Education: self explanatory.
VirtualBox: application to create virtual disk images (VDIs, sandbox machines).
vMac: Mac emulator for DOS, Windows, OS/2.
Links: system security links.
Web Archive (Wayback Machine): old
versions of your favorite sites; including current and
old versions of VintageOS (vintageos.org,
Wikipedia: on-line encyclopedia in
several languages, which I am currently using for all
Windows only forum with the motto
"Windows Problem Solving
WinRAR: compression utility
for .RAR, .ZIP,
.ARJ, .LZH, .TAR, .GZ, .ACE, .UUE, .BZ2, .JAR, .ISO, .Z and 7-Zip compressed
files; for Linux, Mac, DOS, OS/2 and
X: protocol developed to provide a network
for Unix and Unix-like systems.
XEmacs: variation of Emacs.
Zone Alarm: personal firewall for