That was the reason I stopped writing software in around 1986. The software available then for MS-DOS was about 50x slower than that I had been using under CP/M.
I didn't have the heart to continue after that. Frank On 12 Jan, 2009, at 18:06, Peter K. wrote:
CP/M was an OS that never went anywhere. Poor marketing. MS teamed up with IBM and the rest is history. Kind of like Rollei v. Hasselblad.On Mon, Jan 12, 2009 at 4:30 AM, Ferdi Stutterheim <fstutterheim@xxxxxxxxx > wrote:MS? Wasn't there something like CP/M? Ferdi. ---- Ferdi Stutterheim, Drachten, Netherlands. Op 11-jan-2009, om 22:52 heeft Peter K. het volgende geschreven:Yes, good idea. This was back in the day when MS ruled....oh wait. Nothing really changed did it?--- Rollei List - Post to rollei_list@xxxxxxxxxxxxx- Subscribe at rollei_list-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with 'subscribe'in the subject field OR by logging into www.freelists.org- Unsubscribe at rollei_list-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with'unsubscribe' in the subject field OR by logging into www.freelists.org- Online, searchable archives are available at http://www.freelists.org/archives/rollei_list -- Peter K Ó¿Õ¬