|Stable release||9.1.2 / April 20, 2006|
DOS/32 is an advanced 32-bit DOS extender created for replacing DOS/4GW extender and compatibles. This extender can be used in various environments, from embedded systems to DOS emulators, by both developers and end users alike.
The DOS Extender includes a built-in Advanced DOS Protected Mode Interface server supporting v0.9 of the DPMI specification and comes with a set of tools needed to create 32-bit protected mode applications. Like DOS/4G, it requires IBM PC compatible 80386 processor or better.
DOS/32 has been commercially available since 1996. As of May 2002, it was released to the public in the form of "Liberty Edition" which provides complete source code, allowing unrestricted, royalty-free distribution.
- "DOS/32A DOS Extender -- ChangeLog".
- About DOS/32 Advanced DOS Extender
- DOS/32 Advanced - Compatibility
- DOS/32 Advanced DOS Extender - Technical Information
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