After the ancient OS appeared on an Apple Watch last month, you can now witness the spectacle of 'Duke Nukem 3D' running on Windows 95 through a DOS emulator converted to a UWP app on the Xbox One.
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D-Fend Reloaded provides everything you need to run old DOS games (D-Fend Reloaded GUI, DOSBox, language files, FreeDos commandline tools).
The first version of Windows that regular users would recognize as a familial member of the ubiquitous operating system turned 25 today, originally launching May 22, 1990.
A bug with e-voting machines in Belgium has raised havoc with the country's election process, causing a temporary halt until the developers can find and fix the flag in the DOS-based machines.
GitHub, a major sharing site for developers, has been targeted for a Denial of Service attack. At present there is no clear evidence on what individual or groups are responsible for the action.
Trivia Tuesday is back, so join us as we delve into the history of one of Microsoft's more obscure products, the mysterious MSX platform that took Japan and South America by storm in the mid-'80s.
Long before Duke Nukem was famous for killing pigs and tipping strippers, he was famous for... hopping around colorful 2D environments? Retro Wednesday explores the obscure origins of Duke Nukem.
25 years ago today, IBM and Microsoft announced OS/2, the PC operating system that was designed to replace DOS but failed to do so, thanks mostly to Microsoft's efforts to improve Windows.
A blogger who has been slammed for the attacks against Twitter and Facebook has told the BBC that he blames Russia for the assault. Known more famously by his net name 'Cyxymu', the alleged cyber...
Microsoft has issued an advanced security bulletin for August 2009 with five of the nine bulletins marked as "critical" and four are labelled as "important". These five critical patches are to patch remote code execution...
Twitter was hit with a Denial of Service (DoS) attack earlier today, causing the site to go down for about 2 hours. Services were restored by 11:30 a.m. EST. A DoS attack is an attempt...