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Tom was the heart behind All Things DOS I was just the technical support. Tom had most of the computers and when he passed he left them to me. However, Tom lived in Springfield, Oregon and I live several states away. It has taken me months but this last week I transported everything back to […]
I’ve been out of town the last couple of weeks on an unplanned road trip back to Alabama. Long trip but that’s beside the point. Needless to say, I haven’t got much or to be honest anything done. I was hoping to go up in a couple of weeks to pickup the Computers Tom’s wife, […]
Ed here. Tom (Thomas) and I started All Things DOS many years ago. To be honest it was Tom’s idea he was the heart and soul while I was the technical guy. Tom was the keeper of all the toys. My job was to fix things and put them together. For the last couple of […]
I want to take this time to say “Thanks Much”. It is because of our members that All ThingsDOS has become known the world over for our content, and your feedback. It is Thea fact that’ we get new members almost daily on our FaceBook acct simply because of our varied content, and free. Software […]
During my time as a member of the Vintage Computer Forums, and of course, after learning about the existence of the IBM 5161 expansion chassis, or unit whichever you prefer, I have been fortunate enough to have made numerous friends. Most of the friends I’ve met have some knowledge of the expansion unit, but there […]
A couple of weeks ago Ed won two portable computer desks at action from the Clark County School District. He paid two dollars each for them. This weekend he has set the first up as a workbench. A place he can work on and repair vintage computers. He had installed a light with a large […]
Well, to answer that question, one must ask why the interest? Is it nostalgia? Or because you just like to collect old things, or are you into it for the money? Finally, is the collector attempting to obtain a particular computer from their past, but could never afford when new. Let’s answer each one of […]
Do your friends and neighbors come to you when they have computer problems? Does you’re significant other question your stock pile of old computer parts and systems. Are you considered an expert on one or more vintage computer systems? If so then All Things DOS may be looking for you. All Things DOS is looking […]
At All Things DOS we are pleased to announce the addition of our on-line store. Tom and Ed started All Things DOS with the idea of sharing their love for vintage computing with the world. We now have a growing membership and hope to see this continue to grow. We have added content including thousands […]
Lets face it Ed has gone a little far afield on his latest software collection. During the 1980s while living in England Ed had an Amstrad CPC system. When Ed discovered this collection he just had to add it. Of course, Ed no longer has his Amstrad so we have no way of testing these […]