Post by reinhardtlaw on Nov 25, 2019 23:38:34 GMT 1
So our small law office is being forced to move from Windows 7 32-bit to Windows 10 64-bit, due to the loss of MS support for Windows 7. We have two computers that are networked peer-to-peer with Windows 7, one machine being a "server" as well as a workstation. On both machines, we run two DOS-based programs: 8-bit Alpha Four v.4 and 16-bit Wordperfect 6.1. Each workstation uses mapped drives to the "server" machine, and our printers are both networked and local. It looks like vDOS is the solution to allow us to continue using these two programs like we did in Windows 7.
Our long-time IT folks, who will help us make the transition to Windows 10, have no familiarity with vDOS. My plan is to test vDOS on a standalone Windows 10 64-bit machine, and if it works, to then install it to the new environment.
I need instructions, as well as cost of license, to have these two programs transition easily to Windows 10 64-bit in our networked environment.