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Updated Jun 4, 2022
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Classic Windows Wallpaper
01-31-22 - Original, unmodified wallpapers from previous Windows versions
The Adobe Flash Archives
05-26-22 - An archive of previous versions of Adobe and Macromedia Flash to help keep those games and toons alive in this post-Flash world.
Computer Stuff - 12/05/21
MS Paint Classic Edition
Progman and Pifmgr icons
Boot Floppies (Windows, DOS, Utils)
IDE CD-ROM Driver for DOS/Win3x
Firefox Legacy Starterpack
Tips & Resources
Batch File Graphics
Activating Windows XP after EOL
Connect to Internet through another PC
Setting up an FTP server for transferring files
Restoring Windows 98 Registry Manually
Unofficial GTInstall usage page
How to setup the Elgato Video Cap
SCT: Classic Theme on Windows 10
Programs that I use (useful utilities!)
VB6 Internet Browser
Floppy Disk Calculator (online)
My Old Visual Basic Programs
TextWall Pixel Art Maker (twPAM)
Dell Dimension 3000 Front Panel Removal
A Collection of my Ugly Tech Hacks
Keyboards have fuses!
Canon Starwriter "C" Clip Art
Windows 3.1 in DOSBox
The Fonts Disk!
NCSA Mosaic Adventures
drawn by zydeko75 on irc
Our world of technology, it's constantly changing, evolving, upgrading to the next big thing that everyone just has to have...
Sometimes it's nice just to boot up an old system and enjoy it. With all the social media drama, tracking and spyware, vulnerbilities and hacks going on all the time, sometimes you need to escape the noise and relax.
Modern technology makes it seem like Windows XP is beyond obsolete, but if I can still sit down at a Windows XP system from 2003, and get any old day to day tasks done, is it really obsolete?
Web Radio Stations (listen on winamp!)
Fun with SSTV (send pics using sound)
2 Color Bitmaps
The Messages You Never Want to See
90's PC Builder builds a modern PC
Dumb Computer Questions
A Warning to Computer Users
I think I can hear my computer think
Diary of an AOL user (textfiles)
How to use your Computer (hello?)
90's Computer Illiteracy
Site Structure and Organization
Accessible Web Design
Web Design & Style Freedom
Web code PHP and JS snippets
old WYSIWYG test page
DerekWare HTML Author
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this is my website! and where I've been collecting my internet happenings off and on since 2014.
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