Testimonials For DOS: The Deluge Begins
J. Archibald Dortmunder, business director for a leading New York
"We tested Vista on one of our systems, and it ran, but just barely," Dortmunder says.
Then a lightbulb went on. Dortmunder remembered that there were perfectly good DOS-based PCs in the basement.
The results were spectacular, he said. "Those
Even gamers see the obvious benefits of DOS.
"Before I tried gaming on DOS, I preferred the Xbox 360," says L337 PwNX0Rz, 31,
DOS in the 21st Century...and Beyond
Conventional wisdom says that in 1981, Microsoft founder Bill Gates quipped, "640k [of RAM] ought to be enough for anybody." Actually, there's no such evidence he uttered those words. But he should have.They still ring true today.
And there's no reason why a
In short, DOS is poised to reassert itself as the perfect operating system for 2008 and beyond. The ahead-of-its-time product that Microsoft introduced in 1981 represents not software's past but a bright, enticing future--and we can't wait for it to return to its rightful dominance.
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