Windows Terminal combined with DSZ

DSZ can be an inexpensive alternative to the few (but growing!) number of comm programs out there that run under Windows. As on now, the only comm programs that run under Windows are Palantir's InTalk and the commercial and public domain versions of Proteus. Proteus will not even run under Windows 2.03 so that is out. Palantir's powerful InTalk is quite expensive, even though it has the ability to create script files. You could of course run Qmodem or ProComm Plus Test Drive under Windows, in a window, but these are DOS applications and therefore will not background too nicely... Those are out. The answer? Windows Terminal combined with DSZ!

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  • AT.PIF