Microsoft Windows Customer Support and Diagnostic Tools Windows

The Microsoft Windows 2000 Customer Support Diagnostics package consists of important tools and data for diagnosing in-depth Windows 2000 system problems. debugger software, and related debugging tools. This CD was shipped with server versions of Windows 2000.

Microsoft WinPad SDK Windows

WinPad is a Personal Information Manager designed for part of a "non-dos" x86 based PDA operating system with a Win API set. The WinPad project was later abandoned in favor of the 32-bit Windows CE.

Mix C DOS

Mix C, from Mix Software, is a small and simple C compiler. It was sold alongside a well-written book on the C programming language. Later versions were known as Power C

MKS Toolkit DOS

MKS Toolkit for DOS is a Unix interoperability package for MS/PC-DOS. It provides Unix tools and commands that run natively under MS-DOS.

MSDN Windows

MSDN (Microsoft Developer Network) is the documentation for Microsoft's development tools, API's and SDK's.

Multiscope Debuggers DOS

Multiscope Debuggers for Windows is a debugging system for Windows 3.0 and 3.1 that features a GUI debugging interface, C++ debugging, a crash analyzer, execution control, advanced breakpoint capability, message spying, and remote debugging. There were also versions for DOS and OS/2.

Novell Network Support Encylopedia DOS

The Network Support Encyclopedia Professional Volume (NSEPro), was Novell's high-priced technical knowledge base on a CD-ROM. Intended for Novell support professionals, it contained up-to-date product support documentation in a searchable hypertext system.

ObjectVision Windows

ObjectVision is a forms-based programming environment from Borland. It is different from others in that all "programming" is done using decision trees rather than a programming language. ObjectVision can read and write Paradox, Btrieve, Dbase III, and III Plus databases.

Open Genera Unix

Genera is a commercial operating system and integrated development environment for Lisp machines developed by Symbolics. It is essentially a fork of an earlier operating system originating on the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) AI Lab's Lisp machines which Symbolics had used in common with Lisp Machines, Inc. (LMI), and Texas Instruments (TI). Genera is also sold by Symbolics as Open Genera, which runs Genera on computers based on a Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC) Alpha processor using Tru64 UNIX. the programming language Lisp. software using a mix of programming styles with extensive support for object-oriented programming.

Oracle Server Developer OS2

These are development tools, mainly SQL Plus, for use with an Oracle Database.

OS/2 Developer Connection OS2

IBM's semi-often correspondence for OS/2 development.

Paradox DOS Windows

Originally released in 1985 by Ansa Software and later sold to Borland, Paradox is a high-speed relational database product that integrates with Borland's "Turbo" products. It was notable for its Query By Example feature, and its Paradox Application Language. It was popular in the late 80s and early 90s, and competed against database product such as dBase, Symantec Q&A, Foxpro, Clipper, Clarion, DataEase, R:Base, and DataFlex.

Pascal/MT+ DOS CPM

Pascal/MT+ is an ISO 7185 compatible Pascal compiler sold by Digital Research as part of their CP/M product line. There were versions for CP/M-80, CP/M-68k, CP/M-86, and MS-DOS.

PDC Prolog DOS

PDC Prolog, by Prolog Development Center, is an enhanced implementation of the Prolog language (a language associated with artificial intelligence development). Some early versions were marketed and published by Borland under the name "Turbo Prolog".

Phase3 Windows

Phase3 is a collection of design tools you can use to build a complete database application to run under Windows 3.x. From your design, Phase3 will generate code in C or Pascal to create a complete, stand-alone source program in your target language. Phase3 will then execute your nominated compiler to compile the final stand-alone Windows-executable EXE file. time and to re-generate the source code as required. You can also write your own Pascal of C code at any point in the application. You can do this directly within Phase3 without having to modify the generated source code. (RDBMS) for storing and manipulating your application's data.

Platform Builder Windows

The SDK for creating Windows CE and Windows Mobile applications.

PowerBASIC DOS

PowerBASIC is a continuation of Borland TurboBasic maintained by its original author, Robert S. Zale. It was originally notable as a BASIC compiler, when most BASIC environments were interpreted.

PowerBuilder Windows

PowerBuilder, by Powersoft and later Sybase, is a development environment for building business application that uses the object-oriented "Powerscript" programming language.

PowerC DOS

Power C, from Mix Software, was a low cost DOS-based C compiler targeted at the educational market. Earlier versions were known as Mix C

QBasic DOS

Microsoft QBasic, not to be confused with QuickBasic, is a stripped down version of the Microsoft QuickBasic product that replaces GW-Basic in MS-DOS 5.0 and later. QBasic is an interpreter only, and can not compile standalone executables. QuickBasic sources can be compiled into binary EXE files with QuickBasic or Visual Basic for DOS.

QuickBasic DOS MacOS

Microsoft QuickBasic, not to be confused with the lesser QBasic, was a Basic interpreter and compiler product loosely based on GW-Basic. Version 2.0 for DOS and later included an Integrated Development Environment. Microsoft also produced QuickPascal and QuickC with similar integrated environments. Professional Development System](/product/microsoft-basic), and competed against language products targeted at hobbyists, such as those from Borland.

QuickC DOS Windows

Microsoft QuickC is a C compiler with an Integrated Development Environment, designed to compete with Borland Turbo C. It was targeted at home/hobbyist users with a much lower price tag than Microsoft's corporate-oriented professional products. Microsoft also produced QuickPascal and QuickBasic with similar integrated environments.

QuickPascal DOS

Microsoft QuickPascal was a short-lived dialect of Pascal created specifically to compete with Borland Turbo Pascal. It incorporated many Borland-specific features at the expense of backwards compatiblity with the earlier Microsoft Pascal product.

Quicksilver DOS

Quicksilver, originally named WordTech dBIII Compiler, is a dBase III Plus application compiler that produces high-speed ready to run standalone executables. It boasts assembler level speeds often faster than competing compilers. Plus clone. Both of these add a number of features such as Windowing, user defined functions, EMS memory support, graphing, and networking capability.

Repertoire for Logitech Modula-2 DOS

Provides additional libraries for Logitech Modula-2.