Linked by Kroc Camen on Mon 22nd Jun 2009 12:16 UTC
OSNews, Generic OSes Software moves on at a break-neck pace these days--version numbers clock up ever quicker as vendors try to market their apps as the latest and greatest. Software generally ages badly, falling into a state of looking grossly out of date, lacking new functionality that we've come to depend upon as well as compatibility problems. Dear OSNews readers, what old software (5+ years) do you still use, why, and what problems do you come across in sticking with it? Read More for my own contribution to the list
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Sheep Screenmate (POO)
by werfu on Mon 22nd Jun 2009 13:20 UTC
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I mostly play old games using DosBox. Other than that... hum, I still have that screen mate sheep called poo. I've dumped the ressource from the executable a while ago in the goal of recoding the sceenmate, but I didn't had the time.

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RE: Sheep Screenmate (POO)
by arbour42 on Mon 22nd Jun 2009 13:55 in reply to "Sheep Screenmate (POO)"
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You still have that little Sheep? that's amazing you mentioned it. I still let it walk around at times. The timestamp on mine says 1997 - i think i first ran it on a Win95 system.

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RE[2]: Sheep Screenmate (POO)
by werfu on Mon 22nd Jun 2009 14:39 in reply to "RE: Sheep Screenmate (POO)"
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I first run on 16 bits version of it on my old IBM PS/1 under Windows 3.0. The current version I have is a 32bits apps though. I think the author have updated it after 95.

Thinking of it, used to run the Sierra Screenantics Johny Castaway screen saver. They never made a 32bit version of it though. I could try to export all the ressources and recode it, or I could even decompile it. Win16 applications were far from complicated.

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