Originally an optional module for Concurrent CP/M-86 3.1, this version of Digital Research's CP/M provided basic compatibility with PC-DOS in 1983. Simple DOS applications that did not require hardware access can be ran on this. A stripped down single tasking version was released as DOS Plus and later DR-DOS.
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Disks: Concurrent PC-DOS 3.2 Startup 1/5 Concurrent PC-DOS 3.2 Utilities #1 2/5 Concurrent PC-DOS 3.2 Utilities #2 3/5 Concurrent PC-DOS 3.2 Applications 4/5 Concurrent PC-DOS 3.2 Reference 5/5
Note: The first disk is a 320k CP/M-86 formatted disk, and will not open in tools like WinImage.
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|Digital Research Concurrent PC DOS 3.2||3.2||411.66 KB||English||x86||5.25" Floppy|
|Digital Research Concurrent PC DOS 3.2 Maintenance Release||3.2 Maintenance Release||412.3 KB||English||x86||5.25" Floppy|