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Thread: PC Anywhere

  1. #1

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    Please help me find a download for PC Anywhere Ver 10.5 or earlier.

  2. #2

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    I found it. All those interested may note:
    http://www.idilis.ro/downloads/idl/pcATrial.exe

  3. #3
    Kanna
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    I require PC Anywhere any old version, please help !

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    Grandma (moderator)
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    I only found one link to an older version of PC Anywhere, version 8.0, 30-day trial.

    ftp://ftp.univ-montp2.fr/pub/pc/win95/Dem...ERE32%208.0.exe

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    Jakolien
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    I am looking for a download of "pc anywhere"9.2.
    I need it for a DOS program,so please,no 30-days-trial..

    Thanks

  6. #6
    reggieleewolf21
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    Here is a link to pc anywhere 9.2

    URL edited by Therese

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    Originally posted by Jakolien@Jul 7 2003, 05:42 PM
    I need it for a DOS program,so please,no 30-days-trial..
    this is not a warez site.
    go buy the full version if you must have it.
    else, look for a free alternative. there are plenty to find.

  8. #8
    Jakolien
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    I'd already been there,but I can't find anything to download.Every mouseclick he telling me,i'm not registered,but that was the thirst thing I did...

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    try this out instead, it is free.
    File Maven 3.5a
    File Maven is an advanced DOS freeware file manager with high speed PC-to-PC file transfers via serial or parallel cable. The user interface features a dual directory display with pull-down menus, mouse support, hot keys, 50-line video support, and a choice of 10 pre-defined color schemes.

    and if you want to remotely control the PC, try VNC - free also

    http://www.uk.research.att.com/vnc/

  10. #10
    Jakolien
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    Thanks for your reactions. The problem is,I have "pc anywhere" in Dos.
    I need to upgrade it now,because my new modem doesn't work with Dos.
    The only program I can buy is the newest,pc anywhere 10.5.

    Maybe,another, like vnc will work the same,but I know for sure pc anywhere does....(the rest of the programs is still DOS)

    Hope you all understand my "school English"...it's a long time ago!!


 

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