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Star Commander works with Windows DOS.
I've used it on computers running Windows 95, 98 and 98SE.
It does not work on my Windows XP (or later) computers.
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Emulators etc
CCS64 Emulator
C64 Emulator
CCS64
Commodore 64
Emulator
 
D64 File Editor
File Management
D64 Editor
Edit .d64 files
for your emulator
 
HOXS64 Emulator
C64 Emulator
HOXS64
Commodore 64
Emulator
 
D64 File Lister
File Management
D64 Lister
List contents of .d64 files
just like a disk drive
 
The VICE Emulator
Commodore Emulator
WinVice
Emulator for most
Commodore models
 
Star Commander
File Conversion
Star Commander
Create your own
files for emulators
 
Support
Toronto PET Users Group
(Canada)
TPUG
TPUG was founded in 1979 and is based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, with members across Canada and in other countries.
TPUG supports nearly all Commodore computers, including the PET, SuperPET, CBM, B128/256/1024, VIC-20, C64, C128, Plus/4, C16, C65 and Amiga.
Commodore Computer Club
USA
Vancouver, WA Portland, OR
If you have an interest in the Commodore 64 (C64), SX-64 and Commodore 128 (C128) and all the various hardware that comes with that, like 1541 disk drives, modems, 1702 monitors, etc, then the Commodore Computer Club and Users Group of Vancouver, Washington is for you.
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Website Links Page
 
How about visiting
My Acorn Museum
My Sinclair Museum
    Emulators and Support
CCS64
Commodore Computer Club
D64 Editor
D64 Lister
HOXS64
Star Commander
Toronto PET Users Group
WinVice
 
    History
Binary Dinosaurs
Commodore Canada
Commodore Info Page
Commodore 128D Computer
Commodore PET FAQ
Commodore Retro Place
Computer & Video Game Heaven
History of Commodore
Larwe (Museum)
Obsolyte
Old Computers dot com
Old Computers dot net
Old Software
PC History
The PC Museum
 
    Others
Commodore 16
Commodore 64 Software
C64 .com
Game Base 64
Games, Tapes C64
Lemon 64
Minstrel's Commodore Page
Project 64
64 Apocalypse
 
Quantum Link was a U.S. and Canadian online service aimed at home users that operated from November 5th 1985 to November 1st 1995. It was available for the Commodore 64 and Commodore 128.
 
Quantum Link was not connected to the internet. It was its own standalone system based on the Play Net software.
 
This website demonstrates Q-Link's services and operation.
 
Quantum-Link
 
From 1988 Q-Link was available on Apple and IBM compatible PCs.
 
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