Date: Sat, 2 Oct 2021 19:54:02 -0700
From: "Ali" <cctalk at ibm51xx.net>
Procomm was the first terminal program I used
that was easy to
understand and work with. Of course I was using it mainly to dial BBSes
I also started with ProComm Plus for DOS. Just like WordPerfect of the
time (5.x) I sure had all of those key sequences memorized....
I think I still have a copy on my old DOS workstation that I used to use.
Need to fire that up this winter.
With windows I actually started using ZOC which
seemed to run better and
Thank you for this tip. I had an old IBM NetVista all-in-one workstation
that I wanted to resurrect, finally did so within the last month (running
eComStation!) , and of course needed a way to connect to other things on
the network here. A terminal emulator is a must. :)
Installed ZOC, and now replying to this message connected to my Alpha in
the house. (the NetVista workstation is in the back garage....because who
doesn't need a workstation in the garage just in case?)
Now I need to see if I can find a halfway usable web browser...