Peachtree Complete Accounting 8.00 (DOS)

Peachtree Accounting was originally created in 1975 by an Altair dealer, The Computer SystemCenter, in Atlanta, Georgia to help sell Altair computers. That possibly would have made it the first accounting package for personal computers.

It was marketed as a complete accounting solution for small businesses.

In 1981, IBM chose the Peachtree accounting software as one of the titles that it would brand with the IBM logo and sell alongside their IBM Personal Computer. This instantly increased the product's popularity.

Originally, Peachtree Accounting consisted of separate software modules such as General Ledger, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Invoicing, and Order Entry. In 1986 Peachtree merged its 8 different accounting modules in to one package, and renamed it to "Peachtree Complete Accounting".

Peachtree software also created a number separate products, such as Preachtree Home Accounting.

Wanted: Earlier versions, manuals.


Release notes

8 Accounting Modules: General Ledger, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Payroll, Inventory control, Sales Invoicing, Job Cost, and Fixed Assets. Purchase Orders.

Installation instructions

serial # 9035687

System Requirements: Dos 3.1 or higher 640k memory Hdd requirements vary

Multi-User System Requirements: dos 3.1 or higher 2mb memory 40 mb hdd space on the file server

Workstations require 640k memory. for use with Novell, Lantastic, and other netbious compatible lan's

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Download name Version Language Architecture File size Downloads
Peachtree Complete Accounting for DOS Ver 8 8.00 for DOS English 5.39MB 0


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