What is your favorite WinWorld application program?

What is your favorite WinWorld application program (not operating system or game), and why? It does not have to be something you use, just something you find interesting.

Personally I like so many applications, it is hard to pick one or even just a few. I have mentioned Instant Artist / Print Artist before: https://winworldpc.com/product/instant-artist-print/10 It uses vector graphics, so cards and signs look sharp even on the highest resolution printers, and it has an excellent set of easily reusable and customizable generic artwork.

So, what application do you like?

Comments

  • It's hard for me to pick as well. I was about to install Print Artist after reading what you said about it!

    I like After Dark 4.0 and install it whenever I install Windows 9x. There's a very wide range of screensavers, some of which are interactive and deviate greatly from the ones that come with the OS.

    There are also Policies/Performance Now! which are kinda fun to mess around with.

    Adobe Acrobat 5.5 Professional is relatively brisk (compared to 6.0 and up), win95 compatible and has few issues with modern PDFs.

  • After Dark 4.0 also :D

    Also 3D Atlas 98 and Catz II. I've took a recent interest in Microsoft Golf as well :)

  • The Norton Commander. I used it for ages until I switched to Linux (midnight commander) and I missed the hell out of it when I started getting into tinkering with making DOS virtual machines.

  • edited November 9

    Microsoft Office 97, because it doesn't have a stupid 'ribbon', and I don't need to connect to the internet to use it.

  • edited November 9

    @robobox said:
    Microsoft Office 97, because it doesn't have a stupid 'ribbon', and I don't need to connect to the internet to use it.

    Personally, I don't bother with the ribbon interface, but I totally agree with the latest Office needing the Internet just for it to work, as with most "modern" software these days.

    Office 97 is my favourite too, just because it reminds me very much like Office 2000 that I fondly remembered from my early computing days :)

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